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Sydney is set to host over 180 tech leaders from Australia and Vietnam

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Vietnam IT Day, an initiative led by the Group of IT Sharing (GITS), will take place in Sydney for the first time on Monday 6 May 2024 at the PwC Australia office in Barangaroo.

Timed alongside the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership announcement between Australia and Vietnam, Vietnam IT Day serves as a timely opportunity to deepen bilateral ties, particularly in digital transformation and innovation.

Themed "Innovation & Technology: Fostering Australia-Vietnam Partnership," the third annual Vietnam IT Day offers a comprehensive program catered to Australian businesses interested in engaging with Vietnam’s dynamic tech ecosystem. Key highlights of this year’s event include keynote sessions and panel discussions on entering the Vietnam market, exploring innovation landscapes of both countries, and sharing success stories from leading tech companies.

Mr. Quang Nguyen, Chairman of GITS, emphasises the event's unique aspect of bringing top-tier tech companies from Vietnam directly to the heart of Australia’s innovation hub, fostering collaboration opportunities between Australian and Vietnamese tech leaders.

“With a delegation of more than 30 tech companies from Vietnam, the event presents a distinctive opportunity for local businesses to connect and collaborate with their Vietnamese counterparts,” said Mr Quang Nguyen.

The event is sponsored by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), with the support of Investment NSW, Haymarket HQ, Tech Australia Advocates, Australia-Vietnam Leadership Dialogue (AVLD) and other leading tech enterprises. PwC Australia serves as the venue host this year.

GITS will announce two major strategic partnerships with AVLD and Austrade during the event.

Tickets for Vietnam IT Day 2024 are now available for purchase via www.vnitday.com


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About Group of IT Sharing (GITS)

GITS, founded in July 2017, comprises over 70 technology enterprises with expertise spanning various fields from Vietnam. With a tech talent pool of more than 5,000 engineers, GITS has provided innovative solutions to clients worldwide.

Vietnam IT Day, an annual flagship event of GITS, aims to foster collaboration and partnership between Australia and Vietnam in the tech industry, focusing on innovation, technology, and mutual growth. The event brings together leading professionals and entrepreneurs to explore collaboration opportunities in the tech ecosystem.


Contact details:

Jenny Tran | +61 431 724 942 jenny.tran@i4s.au

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