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TVO participated in Vietnam – Japan network seminar and business

On 24/03/2015, at Sofitel Plaza Hotel (Hanoi), representative of Tinhvan Outsourcing Jsc., (TVO) attended in “Vietnam – Japan network seminar and business trade on digital content field” with participation of Japanese digital content business delegation.

Event was held by Agency of Trade Promotion in collaboration with the ASEAN – Japan Center of Trade Promotion, Investment and Tourism (AJC), Japanese Online Game Association JOGA and Vietnam Association of Software and IT Services VINASA, aiming to connect Vietnamese enterprises and Japanese enterprises in the field of digital content (software, games, mobile applications, graphic design, animation, television …).

At the meeting, TVO worked with enterprises in the field of software, mobile applications, graphic design, animation production, television and game studio from Japan to exchange experiences, market information, capacity of production and expressed their desire of cooperation in the near future.

tvo tham gia 1Mr. Phung Manh Hung, bridging engineer of TVO was at the Seminar

Mr. Phung Manh Hung, TVO bridging engineer said: “With all the professional and long-term investments in the field of applications/games on mobile phones, currently TVO has had a programmer team who are not only good at technology, but also has experienced in working with foreign customers – especially Japanese customers – TVO’s strategic market. This is one of the strengths that not all the businesses obtained. With the understanding of the market and the value accumulated during cooperating with large Japanese businesses, such as NTT Data, Panasonic R&D, NEC and Nissho Electronics VN, TVO can confidently meet the rigorous and characteristics requirements of Japanese customers.”

About the opportunity in Japanese market, Mr.Hung said: “The potential and demand from the Japanese market is extremely large. Vietnam enterprises currently meet only a small part of it. When meeting Japanese business, I always feel opportunities are being opened and TVO is attempting to do business more in this key market.”