About Organizers

Address: 12Ath floor, VTC Online Building, 18 Tam Trinh street, Minh Khai ward, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi
Tel: 024 36338833 / Fax: 024 36339933 
Email: officer@vdca.org.vn

The Vietnam Digital Communications Association was established under the Decision No. 68/QD-BNV dated January 25, 2011 issued by the Minister of Home Affairs and Decision No. 316/QD-BNV dated April 9, 2012 of the Minister of Home Affairs with approval of the Charter of the Vietnam Digital Communication Association.
The Association is a voluntary organization of individuals, organizations engaged in research, training, dissemination, application, production, business and services in the field of digital communication, including individuals with interests and abilities with the need to use the means of information, electronics and digital devices in communication activities; enterprises and organizations with demands of electronic means and digital devices in communication activities such as computer networks, telecommunication networks, transmission networks, radio transmitters and other integrated devices for application to produce, transmit, deliver, collect, process, store and exchange digital information, and to those who are interested in contributing or facilitating the digital communicationdevelopment in Vietnam.
The Association is an entity to protect the interests, gather opinions of members to reflect and petition to the authorized institutions on matters related to the field of digital communication. The Association provides services in consulting, supporting, cooperating, linking, exchanging information and experiences, participating in developing strategies and plans for digital communication development in Vietnam, to make a considerable contribution to the implementation of the project “Bringing Vietnam forward a robust country in information and communication technology by 2020 “and successful international integration.



  • HCMC Office: 5th Fl., Rosana Building, 60 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
    Tel: (84-8) 3827 7500 | Fax: +848 3827 7516

  • Hanoi Office: 2nd Floor. 18 Tran Hung Dao, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
    Tel: (84-4) 3933 5611 | Fax: +844-3933 5610

IDG Vietnam is a member of the International Data Group (IDG) – the world’s leading technology media and event company. Founded in 1964, IDG had revenues of $2.41 billion and has more than 13,000 employees worldwide. IDG offers the widest range of media options which reach more than 120 million technology buyers in 85 countries representing 95% of worldwide IT spending. IDG’s diverse product and services portfolio spans five key areas including: print publishing, online publishing, events and conferences, market research, and global marketing solutions.

IDG started its very first activity in Vietnam since 1992, by bringing the famous publication PC World to Vietnamese readers through providing the content of this publication to the Department of Sciences and Technology of Ho Chi Minh city. The localized version of the PC World has been published and warmly received by Vietnamese readers. In 1996, IDG Asia Representative Office was officially open in Ho Chi Minh city, active in areas of event management and research. Getting a firm grip on development trends of Vietnam, in 2003, IDG established the wholly-owned foreign company in order to capitalize on opportunities and potential of Vietnam market. Active areas of IDG Vietnam have been expanded to: Events; Research; and Publications. The position of IDG Vietnam has been firmly established as the leading company in these areas in Vietnam.

In addition to doing business in Vietnam, IDG commits to the development of Vietnam through a variety of practical projects in Vietnam, focusing on education, as according to IDG, is vital to the development of any society.

Frequently visited by the Founder and Chairman of IDG – Mr. Patrick J. McGovern, IDG Vietnam has been high on the business agenda of IDG. With full support from the Government of Vietnam, IDG is very confident in the investments it has been making in Vietnam.