IVC Opens Doors in High Places
We spent a very productive month in Vietnam this summer, and returned to Israel with some positive and promising results:
Meetings with high-level government officials.
We participated in talks with Nguyen Thanh Hung, Vice Minister of Posts and Telematics (Postal Services and Telecommunications), and VNPT Vice President, Lam Hoang Vinh, who are both very interested in working with us to promote cooperation between Israeli and Vietnamese companies.
Talks with Vietnamese telecom companies (and execution of some important deals).
We held business meetings with a number of local telecom providers and operators in all segments—cellular, surface, web and system integrators—and we were able to execute some important contracts and Memoranda of Understanding. Among the companies we met are:
Û Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT)
Û The Military Telecoms Corporation (Viettel)
Û EVN Telecom - Electronic Ttelecommunication CO.
Û Hanoi Telecom
Û FPT Corporation
Û SPT - Saigon post and Telecommunication
Û VTC - Telecommunications Joint Stock Company
Û VMS – Vietnam Mobile Telecom Service
Participation in an interesting tour of Vietnam by a delegation of Israeli telecom companies.
During our month in Vietnam, we were pleased to accept an invitation to join the two-day tour of a delegation of 12 leading Israeli telecom enterprises. All of these companies are seeking opportunities of co-operation with Vietnamese partners. The tour was organized by the Hi-Tech Department of the Israel Export Institute, headed by Shiri Egozy, in cooperation with Etti Levi, Israeli Trade Representative, and with the Israeli Embassy in Hanoi.
Presented a successful Israeli telecom company to the Vietnamese business community.
A press conference was held at the Melia Hotel in Hanoi to announce the visit of the Israeli business delegation. At this event, we at IVC were pleased to present CellNet Solutions Ltd., an Israeli company that provides advanced cellular public telephony solutions for low- to mid-income populations in developing countries.