Announcement – [ITpro EXPO 2014] Tokyo ITpro EXPO 2014 Announcement

01 Sep

By: B&Company Vietnam

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As a partner of Nikkei BP, a well-known journalism brand in Japan, B&Company is proud to be the connecting bridge between Vietnamese companies and ITPro, one of the largest annual IT Exhibitions in Japan since 2009.
ITpro EXPO, hosted by Nikkei BP, is one of the largest events for IT industry in Japan. It is a comprehensive tradeshow on the application of information technology in corporations.
The ITpro EXPO 2013 attracted 350 companies with 797 booths, not only Japanese IT enterprises but also many foreign enterprises such as Hewlett Packard, HDE, Fujitsu, Microsoft, EMC, Kaspersky, Unisys, Amazon, Oracle, Fire Eye,NTT Communication, NTT Data, SAP, etc. In 2013, ITPro EXPO attracted more than 300 journalists during the 3-day event (excluding Nikkei BP’s journalists).
Vietnam Pavillion was established in 2012 to promote Vietnam Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as well as support business development and cooperation with Japanese companies. Vietnam Pavillion 2013 welcomed the attendance of 7 Vietnamese companies
Opportunities for participants to Vietnam Pavilion:

  • A PR article appear on magazine “Nikkei computer”[i]
  • A great discount for registration fee
  • Find potential customers and partners
  • Business development opportunities in Japanese market
  • Get the latest technology, industry trends and developments

B&Company Vietnam is happy to bring this opportunity to Vietnamese companies to participate in one of the most prestigious IT Exhibitions in Japan – ITPro 2014.
Time: Oct. 15th (Wed.) ~ Oct. 17th (Fri.), 2014
Venue: Tokyo Big Sight (East Hall 4-6), Conference Hall, Tokyo
Theme: “Cloud Days”, “Smartphone & Tablet”, “Big Data” and “Security”.
Deadline: August 8th, 2014 (Friday)
For further information about ITpro EXPO 2014:

  • [i] (“Nikkei computer”, which issues 40,000 circulars monthly,is very famous in IT field in Japan, engages widely from organizers to businessmen withsubscribers are mostly high-positioned system managers)