Nguyen Hoa Binh
NextTech Group of Technopreneurs Ltd. , Founder & Chairman
Nguyen Hoa Binh (M.S.) has many years startup & scaling experience in Internet industry since 2001 when he was an undergraduate student. He is now holding master degree of Urban Informatics from Osaka City University and more than 30 prestigious technology awards during academic life.
Over the last decade, Mr. Binh has been pioneering into multiple emerging technology trends including e-Commerce, e-Logistics and FinTech. Besides NextTech group, he is a well-known young technology entrepreneur in Vietnam as the founder of PeaceSoft-group, Vietnam’s leader in e-Commerce and e-Payment industries. NextTech group’s portfolios have been joining venture with prestigious partners and investors across APAC including eBay, Softbank, IDG Ventures, MOL, Life.Sreda, Haspro, Actis, SBI-FMO etc.
NextTech (www.nexttech.asia) specializes in digitalization services, doing a wide range of more than 20 businesses including: Online Store Front & Marketplace, Cross Border Import and Export, Online Payment Gateway, Mobile Wallet, Mobile PoS, Online P2P Lending, Prepaid Distribution, Cryptocurrency Exchange, Warehouse & Fulfillment, Last Mile Delivery, STEAM Education, Online Travel etc. with some of its portfolios are the largest in Vietnam or pioneer in South East Asia.
NextTech group's ecosystem is employing 600 staffs under 3 main verticals: Digitalized Commerce, Financial Technology and Digitalized Logistics; with FY2017 processing volume of $500 million USD. NextTech now has field operation at 8 world-wide offices including Hanoi head quarter, Ho Chi Minh city (Vietnam), Bangkok (Thailand), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Jakarta (Indonesia), Manila (the Philippines), San Jose (California USA) and Guangzhou (China).
In November 2017, NextTech was proudly entitled as one of the ten most influencers for Internet growth in Vietnam for the last 10 years [ click here ]. A NextTech group’s corporate profile can be downloaded [ click here ], and a brief summary of our journey to become the so-called “Alibaba of Vietnam” can be found [ here ].