AGEST Vietnam (AGV) has officially inaugurated its headquarters at 253 Hoang Van Thu, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The office is situated on the 12th floor, as well as the 18th and 19th floors of the TTC Building, offering a scenic view of the green park with a central water pond and a 2 km view of the airport. 

Mr. Mamoru Seki, Senior Executive CGSO Director of AGEST Group Japan and Chairman of AGEST Vietnam, shared insights at the event.

The relocation of this office will provide AGV employees with a better, modern, and technology-driven working environment. On the other hand, this move is part of the strategic plan of AGEST Group in Japan to integrate its affiliated companies in Vietnam in terms of infrastructure and operations, aiming to create a strong and sustainable future. 

Mr. Tamaki Mizuide, CEO of AGEST Vietnam, delivered a speech at the even

Mr. Yasumasa Ninomiya, Chairman & CEO of AGEST Group, Mr. Mamoru Seki, Chairman of AGEST Vietnam, Mr. Mizuide Tamaki, General Director of AGEST Vietnam, along with other global executives from AGEST Inc., distinguished guests, and all AGV employees in Ho Chi Minh City attended the inauguration ceremony.

AGEST VN will contribute to achieving the goal of becoming a billion-dollar conglomerate within the next 3 years.

Ms. Nguyen Thi Kieu Quyen, Vice Chairman of VNITO ALLIANCE, gave a speech at the ceremony.

The company has been operating in Vietnam since 2004, with offices in three major cities: Hanoi, Da Nang, and Ho Chi Minh City, employing a talented workforce of over 500 software engineers. The company is strategically planning to expand with more than 1,000 employees and a revenue target of 1,000 billion VND in Vietnam over the next 3 years. 

Up to now, AGV has established academic and training collaborations with more than 20 IT universities in Vietnam. During this event, two Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) were signed between AGEST Vietnam and two universities: Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HUTECH) and the School of Technology & Design under the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH).

The purpose of these agreements is to enhance cooperation and relationships with universities in Vietnam, accelerating the development of training programs in software testing/QA-QC, software development, cybersecurity, AI, data science, automation, etc., to align more closely with industry needs. Additionally, these collaborations provide students with opportunities for internships and career development with AGV.

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