FPT joins Keidanren, vows to boost Vietnam-Japan business links

FPT, a leading technology corporation in Vietnam, has recently joined the Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) to attract Japanese investment to Vietnam and bridge the two countries’ business links.

The Keidanren membership, the first of its kind for a Vietnamese company, will enable the corporation to affirm its position in the Japanese market, reach out to strategic partners such as Toyota, Sumitomo, Mitsubishi, and Toshiba, and at the same time help Vietnamese businesses access large partners of Japan and across the globe. 

An FPT representative attends a Keidanren meeting.

Welcoming FPT to the Japanese business federation, Keidanren Managing Director Kiyoaki Fujiwara said the move not only contributes to strengthening economic relations between Vietnam and Japan, but also to realizing Society 5.0, a big societal transformation plan that Keidanren is pursuing. 

FPT CEO Truong Gia Binh noted FPT is proud to become the member of Japan’s largest comprehensive economic organization. A pioneer in digital technology transformation, FPT will make strides in attracting Japanese investment to Vietnam and bridge the Vietnam-Japan business communities, contributing to strengthening solidarity and friendship between the two nations.   

A leading technology corporation in Vietnam, FPT pioneers the latest technology trends to elevate Vietnam’s information technology status globally. It seeks to be listed amongst the Top 50 Digital Transformation Service Providers in the world. 

In 2005, FPT established its branch in Japan. After 15 years, FPT Japan is currently one of the top 100 IT companies in the market with a turnover of VND5,534 billion and more than 1,500 employees working in Japan and more than 7,000 employees in Vietnam developing projects for Japanese customers. 

It is also a strategic partner in deploying digital transformation for large Japanese corporations in various areas such as industry, banking, finance and agriculture. The Vietnamese corporation aims to become one of the top 20 strong companies in Japan. 

Source: Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry – VCCI