Korea-ASEAN Digital Content Business Roadshow first held in Hanoi
Representatives from 60 Korean and Vietnamese businesses gathered at the first Korea-ASEAN Digital Content Business Roadshow in Hanoi on April 25 to seek trade opportunities.
The first Roadshow held by the Republic of Korea (RoK) Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP) and the Korea Economic Daily at Lotte Hotel aims to create practical support and establish network for businesses from both sides and expand digital content exchange between the two countries.
At the show, a MSIP representative presented the development trend of the content industry and suggested fields that businesses from the two countries can collaborate such as games, animation, film and content.
Meanwhile, Pham Minh Tuan, Deputy Director at VNPT-Media Software, said 50.05 million out of 94.93 million Vietnamese people use the Internet (around 53% of population). With high Internet and mobile phone users, Vietnam is a potential market for foreign investors, especially Korean businesses.