Vincent Phamvan is the founder of Vyten, an online coaching program that helps ordinary people get incredible jobs with the pay and purpose they deserve.
Talks covered by this speaker
Surviving the New Normal
Discovering Your Purpose: A Fireside Chat with Inc. Magazine’s Editor in Chief
Living on the Edge: ZOOM-ing out of Adversity
Preparing for the Future
The Hardest Part: Taking the First Step in a Job Search
Fireside Chat: Unexpected Career Pivots with an Adobe Executive
Working with Elon Musk: A Chat With Tesla's Recruiting Team
Fireside Chat: A Job Search Discussion with EY's Head of Campus Recruiting
Making Lemonade: Message to the Class of 2020
Networking in a Socially-Distanced World
Exploring Different Roles and Industries
Industry Panel: Consulting & Accounting
Topics covered by Vincent
About this Speaker
Vincent Phamvan is the founder of Vyten, an online coaching program that helps ordinary people get incredible jobs with the pay and purpose they deserve. He started his career in recruiting for a Fortune 100 firm, where he saw job seekers repeatedly making the same mistakes. Now, he helps job candidates avoid getting ignored, interview with confidence, and secure a job that pays what they're worth so they can enjoy the best that life has to offer.
Vincent was previously the Chief Marketing Officer at Simplr, a silicon valley-based technology startup; Sr. Director of New Ventures at Asurion, the largest global provider of technology support and protection; and District Manager for Services and Financial Services at Best Buy, the leading provider of consumer technology products and services.
Vincent and his innovative work has been featured in media outlets including Forbes, Entreprenuer.com, Fast Company, The Tennessean, Nashville Business Journal, and STORES Magazine. He is a 2020 award recipient of the Nashville Business Journal's 40 Under 40. Vincent holds a BA in Communication Studies from UCLA. His non-profit interests are supporting and fundraising for at-risk youth development through organizations like UCLA Unicamp and Big Brothers Big Sisters.