Together with Dr. Philipp Rösler – Former Vice-Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Dr. Truong Gia Binh – Chairman of FPT was invited to the 117th anniversary of Stiftungsfest, which was held by the German-Asia Pacific Business Association with the aim to connect the traditional and modern culture as well as to boost the business cooperation activities between Germany and other countries.
At Stiftungsfest 2018 with the topic of “Vietnam”, Dr. Philipp Rösler showed the expectation that FPT would be the “bridge” for the cooperation between Germany and Vietnam in general and between Bremen and Vietnam in particular.
As the Guest of Honor, Dr. Truong Gia Binh said at the gala dinner that, with the excellent growth of the economy, young human resources as well as government’s policies focusing on the development of Digital Transformation, Vietnam would be the potential location for global companies to reach Asia market. He did also assert, FPT has been an active partner of many German companies on the 4.0 Industrial Revolution, and FPT is always willing to work with our clients and partners to achieve the mutual goal in the Digital Transformation journey.
Also on this occasion, Dr. Truong Gia Binh did visit Germany’s Artificial Intelligence R&D center as well as conduct meetings with leading German-based companies to discuss the cooperation opportunities in the field of technologies in which FPT has strong capabilities. Dr. Philipp Rösler – Former Vice Chancellor of Germany, who was born in Vietnam, did make a suggestion to 400 guests participating in this event “Let’s come to Vietnam, FPT will help you archive Digital Transformation”.
Stiftungsfest has been celebrated every February since 1900. This year, the event attracted more than 400 guests of honor, including politicians and companies at German such as Kuehne&Nagel, Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank, Daimler, and Melchers etc. FPT is the only invited company which isn’t located in German.