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As a voluntary initiative, the Global Compact seeks wide participation from a diverse group of businesses and other organizations. To participate in the Global Compact Network Vietnam (and also be members of UNGC), a company:
 
- Sends a letter from the Chief Executive Officer (and endorsed by the board) to the Secretary-General of the United Nations expressing support for the Global Compact and its principles;
- Sets in motion changes to business operations so that the Global Compact and its principles become part of strategy, culture and day-to-day operations;
- Is expected to publicly advocate the Global Compact and its principles via communications vehicles such as press releases, speeches, etc; and
- Is expected to publish in its annual report or similar corporate report (e.g. sustainability report) a description of the ways in which it is supporting the Global Compact and its ten principles
Joining the Global Compact is a widely visible commitment to the ten principles . A company that signs-on to the Global Compact specifically commits itself to:
 
  1. set in motion changes to business operations so that the Global Compact and its principles become part of management, strategy, culture, and day-to-day operations;
  2. publish in its annual report or similar public corporate report (e.g. sustainability report) a description of the ways in which it is supporting the Global Compact and its principles (Communication on Progress), and
  3. publicly advocate the Global Compact and its principles via communications vehicles such as press releases, speeches, etc.
In addition, the Global Compact offers many additional opportunities for companies and other organizations to engage, that can maximize the benefit and value of participation, including: local, regional and global policy dialogues, learning activities (production of case studies, resources and tools), Local Networks and multi-stakeholder partnerships .