RVi Group aims to develop people internationally by capitalizing on its unique and innovative training, consultancy and delivery systems in a network of companies across South East Asia, and partners around the world.
Founded in 1989, it has since established a reputable presence in the businesses of Business Publications Services, Management Development Consultancy, International Education Training & Placement, and Adventure Learning & Development. The group currently employs 100 associates and staff.
RVi CENTRE International Pte Ltd
RVi CENTRE International Pte Ltd (RVi) is a social enterprise aimed at making a difference to the world through providing education and training opportunities to students and other learners internationally.
As a social enterprise, our mission is to provide education services for social purposes. As an education specialist, we provid educational guidance, counselling for students so that they will be able to further or pursue their education goals.
Located at the Group corporate headquarters in Singapore , the company is the intellectual heart of the Group in the management of the group’s businesses. The company originally started out as a publisher involved in several successful joint-governmental projects such as the Vietnam Trade Directory 1995/96, the Myanmar Trade Directory 1997/98, the Singapore Packaging Industries Directory 1998/99 and 2000/01. In 2001, the publishing business of the company has been restructured under RV Media World Pte Ltd
Since 1997, the company has also embarked on a successful regionalisation strategy of bringing education development to developing countries. The education development business is instrumental in the development of RV Centres in the region. Today, the company is often seen as a credible education consultancy in Singapore and emerging markets through its network of regional offices and creative marketing.
RVi has a network that includes 30 education centres (RVi CENTRE) and six academies (RVi International Academy, RVi National Academy) in nine nations including Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Lao PDR and Sri Lanka and a history that dates back to 1996