IBM set up its business and operated in Vietnam from 1938 to 1975. In 1993, IBM returned to Vietnam for market evaluation and in 1996, IBM Vietnam Company Limited was established, becoming one of the first 100% foreign-invested companies in Vietnam.
Over the past 22 years, IBM Vietnam has grown from a few person operation to a few hundreds of talented employees across sales, technical and support functions with offices in Hanoi, Hochiminh City and Danang. We also grew from just a hardware company to a cognitive solutions and cloud platform company. IBM now possesses capabilities that are unmatched in our industry to address our clients’ most pressing needs.
In Vietnam, IBM has actively aligned both our business and corporate citizenship activities to the national agenda – including improving livability and sustainability in urban cities, from Hanoi through Da Nang to Hochiminh City, cultivating future-ready skills and talents, and helping to build inclusive communities.
For each strategy or investment, innovation remains at the heart of what IBM provides to our clients, and I believe that IBMers can pride ourselves on the commitment to Vietnam’s success.
Jee Toon Tan, General Director
Nguyen Thi Van Anh, Chief Finance Officer
Founded in 1999, Indochina Capital is an innovative leader in Vietnam’s rapidly growing real estate, capital markets and financial services. Through its subsidiaries, Indochina Capital has established itself as one of the country’s leading real estate developers (Indochina Land), most experienced capital markets investment managers (Indochina Capital Advisors) and real estate advisory and finance services firms (Indochina Strategic).
Indochina Capital has developed prominent commercial and residential projects in Hanoi and HCM City, including 63 Ly Thai To (Hanoi), Indochina Plaza Hanoi and River Garden (HCM City) and several resort and residential developments along Vietnam’s pristine coast, most notably the renowned luxury resorts, The Nam Hai (Hoi An), Six Senses Con Dao, and Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa.
Today the Company is engaged in a number of new real estate development and investment opportunities through ICC-Kajima, its Vietnam focused partnership with Kajima Corporation, one of Japan’s largest and most prestigious contractors and real estate developers. In addition, Indochina Capital has teamed up with Vanguard Hotels to create ICC-Vanguard and roll out, Wínk Hotels, a visionary hospitality brand redefining affordable luxury in the Indochina region, which blends modern, creative design and functionality with traditional Vietnamese values. The first Wínk Hotel, developed and owned by ICC-Kajima, is now under construction in HCM City at 75 Nguyen Binh Khiem and will open in early 2020. Additional Wínk Hotels in HCM City, along with properties in Hanoi, Danang and several secondary Vietnamese cities are in the pipeline. Indochina Capital has also taken a strategic stake in Toong, Vietnam’s leading co-working space company, which will manage a co-working space facility in each Wínk Hotel.
Peter Ryder, CEO
Michael Piro, Chief Operating Officer
Christopher Piro, Vice President
Nguyen Viet Ha, Vice President
Bui Anh Tuan, General Director
IIE Vietnam is a branch of the Institute of International Education, a private, non-profit organization headquartered in New York. IIE was founded in 1919 to promote peace and understanding through cultural and educational exchange. Open Doors and other Institute publications serve as resources for students, educators and institutions worldwide.
In Vietnam, IIE is best known for its U.S. Higher Education Fairs in Hanoi, Danang, and Ho Chi Minh City, which provide information about studying at American universities and colleges to Vietnamese students, parents and school counselors. The office also manages scholarship and fellowship programs, and administers academic admissions tests. It also offers a variety of services to U.S. universities and colleges that want to establish a presence in Vietnam and to Vietnamese institutions that want to forge closer partnerships with their U.S. counterparts. Besides, IIE Vietnam manage the PCD program, a five-year project that will provide participant training and capacity development services to USAID/Vietnam’s partner organizations to equip key organizations and individuals to better achieve program objectives in the areas of economic growth and inclusion, private sector partnerships and innovation, HIV/AIDS, climate change and disaster risk reduction, disability and vulnerable populations, avian and pandemic influenza, education, and environmental remediation.
Jonathan Lembright, Regional Director for Southeast Asia
Hoang Van, Project Manager
Nguyen Thanh Huong, Senior Program Officer
Ly Hue Phuong, Operation and Finance Manager
Towering over the New West Hanoi business district like a gleaming sharp of light, Intercontinental Hanoi Landmark72 boasts staggering, unparalleled, 360 – degree views of the city. The highest hotel in Vietnam also offers convenient passage to the National Convention Center, Hanoi Museum, and myriad entertainment options for any traveler.
Snag one of 359 luxurious taupe and teal-styles room, all with jaw-dropper outlook and modern touches: the airy “classic” comes with granite bath, the “executive” grants access to the perk – aplenty Club Intercontinental Lounge, and the elegant, ample, multi-room “Suite” ups the ante on all the above
Business visitors and high – fliers will be most taken by the hotel’s state-of-the-art meeting spaces, function rooms and the grandiose 1,000 capacity Ballroom, which will make any event stand out.
Or, why not enjoy one of the hotel’s vista-flanked restaurants and bars, including the sleek Q bar, compete with the innovative, expert mixologists and rhythmic lounge music, the lofty designed – led Hive Lounge, serving cocktails and high tea; global gastro –dome 3 Spoons for delightful all-day sustenance; and glam scene-stealer Stellar SteakHouse, offering private dining, teppanyaki grill and specialist sake and whisky bars.
Robbert Manussen, Hotel Manager
Lan Phung, Executive Director of Sales
Antonio Simoes, Director of Sales & Marketing
The InterContinental Hanoi Westlake is superbly situated on the serene waters of West Lake, the largest lake in the city and adjacent to the famous 800-year-old Golden Lotus Pagoda. Conveniently located just minutes from the old quarter, yet being able to offer an excellent retreat from the hustle of downtown Hanoi. The combination of the tranquil lake, spacious luxurious accommodations, facilities and attentive Vietnamese hospitality blend together to make this the perfect place to stay for both the corporate and leisure traveler. The hotel offers 293 stylish guest rooms and suites in a tranquil lakeside setting, with many rooms uniquely located in island pavilions on the lake. All rooms and suites are finished in a contemporary Vietnamese furnishings, feature wooden floors, private balconies and superb views over the lake or the Hanoi skyline. At a 43-square-meter minimum, the InterContinental Hanoi Westlake guest rooms rank as one of the most spacious in the city. The 25 premium residences starting from 86sqm feature all the amenities and services that you have come to expect from the InterContinental brand.
Restaurants & Bars
The hotel’s dining options range from Milan, a chic Italian restaurant, to Saigon, offering authentic Vietnamese cuisine, to Café du lac, an all day dining venue set over idyllic West Lake. The Sunset Bar, dramatically positioned on its own island in West Lake and reached in the evening by a stroll along a torch-lit bridge, is nominated as one of the best spots guests can enjoy sunset views, around the world, while the Diplomat Lounge is the place to enjoy indulgent afternoon teas while catching up with friends and colleagues.
Hotel Facilities and Services
The Grand Ballroom and four superbly equipped meeting rooms are ideal for gala events, seminars or weddings of 10 to 350 guests. The meeting centre is designed in contemporary Vietnamese style and offers the latest in business support facilities, including wireless internet and video conferencing. The hotel also features a dedicated building housing Hanoi’s finest Health Club and Club InterContinental, providing all the comforts with personalized service and superb amenities in an elegant setting.
Colin McCandless Maurice, General Manager
Ivan Scott, Director of Sales and Marketing
The Interstate Traveler Company’s product is a “Hydrogen Super Highway” (dubbed “HyRail”) or modular maglev rail system, laminated with solar-panels capable of creating enough power to operate all basic systems for transportation, communications, security, water and sewer, etc., facilitated by a large cluster of conduits contained within the central support beam of the rail. The conduit cluster can be used for virtually any liquid and vapor based materials.
In addition to transporting passengers and freight at 250mph, ITC offers additional sources of revenue such as from hydrogen, advertising, electricity, energy storage, fiberoptics, fuel pipelines, liquid waste, pure water, internet/telecom, etc.
Compared to traditional maglev systems, ITC offers more for less: reduced construction costs, quicker return on investment, more revenue and public/private partnership.
Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
11990 Market Street – Unit 312
Reston, Virginia 20190
United States of America
Tel: +84 91 263 1226
Andre Sauvageot, Partner, Director for Vietnam Southeast Asia, Washington, DC
InvestPro, a firm of lawyers and consultants, specializes in providing high quality end-to-end services in Business & Investment Consulting, Legal Practices, Financial Consulting and Intellectual Property Practices.
With a view to providing its clients with comprehensive, swift and reliable one-stop and non-stop services, tailored to the need of each individual client, InvestPro is staffed with a strong group of highly educated professionals who posses extensive local and international experience, and, most importantly, are always committed to clients’ best interests.
Its expertise in laws, business, finance, intellectual property and international trades, its experiences of advising world leading companies, understanding of international business practices as well as the local business environment and its commitment to close working relationship with competent agencies enable the firm to fulfill its mission of making its clients’ investment experiences and business operations in Vietnam trouble-free and rewarding.
With nearly twenty years of practices, InvestPro and its team have been providing services to clients including more than forty of the Fortune 500, leading companies from North America, Europe and Asia, leading groups from both state owned and private sectors, government agencies and international organizations.
Business Category: Professional Services Legal/ Consultancy
Employees in Vietnam: 30
Nguyen Thi Quynh Anh, President
Nguyen Hoai Giang, Executive Director