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Le Hong Minh of VNG: Rising above Global Giants as Vietnam’s Homegrown Startup

Season 2

Episode 43

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Hosted by Hans Tung and Dimi. 

Today on the show, we have Le Hong Minh, founder and CEO of VNG. VNG is one of the largest internet companies in Vietnam. Founded in 2004, VNG began as a gaming company. Today, its digital services span across several verticals including social media (Zalo), digital content (Zing MP3), financial services (ZaloPay), and cloud services (VNG Cloud).

Minh got his bachelor’s degree in finance from Monash University. Before starting VNG, he was an investment banker for many years, and honoured as one of the 10 most influential people on the Internet in Vietnam for the last decade. Welcome to the show, Minh!

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