Our firm is mostly approached by first-time clients to solve a major business issue they are facing, rather than for recurring routine services. The issues we've helped solve concern a variety of service tasks and categories: [business] licensing (in sectors restrictive or conditional to foreigners), license amendment (related to business scope), business model structuring (for licensing), market research (high-level field interviews or surveys), trade mission (with budget constraints), tax puzzle (tax rate application), In most cases, we were retained by clients for other problem-solving assignments or long-term recurring services in other services areas or tasks. Please check out our clients' success stories  for typical cases of our problem-solving capability. 



Our various service categories and attributes are strategically designed to:

  • Connect the entire business cycle of a firm’s life from market entry to restructuring.

  • Form a one-stop shop for any start-up or existing business in varied business disciplines.

  • Dedicate to assisting foreigners (individuals, corporations) doing business in Vietnam, helping them navigate through numerous business difficulties.

  • Focus on helping SMEs in order to make up for their being less privileged and advantegeous versus giant MNC peers.





Vietnam is increasingly becoming a top-choice destination for doing business and investing and catching closer attention from foreign entrepreneurs and multinationals/ international firms. This can be attributed to numerous factors. Yet below are what we believe top 5 reasons with brief description (click + icon on the right for details). For a more comprehensive picture, we strongly encourage you to visit here

  1. Strategic location

    Located next to China and amid the Asia-Pacific, Viet Nam’s location makes it an ideal alternative for investors seeking to diversify their supply chains from China and South Asia. Investors are able to limit interruptions or delays to existing supply chains in China.

  2. Increasing integration into global economy

    Participation in strategic trade agreements, including the AFTA, EU-Viet Nam FTA and CPTPP, and numerous bilateral trade pacts, demonstrates these commitments.

  3. Stable and high growth economy

    Viet Nam is among the fastest growing economies in Asia and is poised for robust growth, projected to expand at 6.4% annually between 2018 and 2022, according to Moody’s Investor Services. International organisations such as the World Bank and ADB have praised Viet Nam for the stable growth of the macro-economy.

  4. Large market with increasing purchasing power and an emerging middle class

    With a population of nearly 98 million, ranking 14th in the world, Viet Nam has enormous market potential to various types of business investment. Vitetnam’s GDP PPP per capita is estimated to be US$8,066 in Dec 2019, up 7.36% from the previous year. The middle class currently represents about one third of the population, equivalent to 32.6 million. 

  5. Competitive labor cost and increasing productivity

    The rise of wages in China, coupled with the recent trade war, between the US and China, has forced manufacturers to look for an alternative market. This is an opportunity for which Viet Nam is well positioned. For example, manufacturing labour costs per hour in China are projected to reach US$6.5 in 2020, while these costs are about US$3 in Viet Nam, according to Statista.


Vietnam tax treaties on double taxation avoidance In an endeavor to avoid the double taxation of international income and therefore promote foreign direct investment (FDI), Vietnam tax treaties on Double Taxation Avoidance (DTAs) have been concluded with about 65 countries to date, including most major countries. Latest DTA pacts Vietnam concluded are with Estonia, United States, and […]