Forbes Vietnam launches in Ha Noi

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  Forbes Vietnam, a monthly magazine published in Vietnamese for the country’s leading CEOs and entrepreneurs, celebrates its inaugural launch today.

Forbes Vietnam is published under a licensing agreement between Forbes Media LLC and Interactive Media, an IDG Ventures Vietnam portfolio company, and in cooperation with Bao Van Hoa. Forbes Media LLC, publisher of Forbes magazine, Forbes Asia magazine and, reports news and information on business, investing, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership and affluent lifestyles.

William Adamopoulos, CEO/Asia of Forbes Media LLC said: “The launch of Forbes Vietnam is an important milestone for Forbes’ expansion in the Asia Pacific region. It is also timely given Viet Nam’s rising economic prospects and its fast-growing community of CEOs, tycoons, philanthropists, investors and aspiring entrepreneurs.”

Tran Dang Khoa, editor-in-chief of Bao Van Hoa, said: “Forbes Vietnam will offer readers useful and practical information about successful businesspeople and their experiences as well as interesting stories about entrepreneurship, especially within the business culture and environment of Vietnam. Forbes has a long and prestigious history, and we hope that the combination of local and international stories will attract the support of readers in Vietnam”.

Forbes Vietnam will offer feature articles on entrepreneurs, executives, business owners, celebrities and philanthropists who are making a difference in the country’s economic landscape and society. Forbes Vietnam will have access to Forbes stories from around the world and also will feature local content from the Forbes Vietnam editorial team.

The initial circulation for Forbes Vietnam is 25,000 copies per month. Forbes Media LLC also publishes Forbes Asia, its flagship magazine in the region, and under licensing partnerships, Forbes China, Forbes Korea, Forbes India, Forbes Indonesia, Forbes Thailand, and Forbes Vietnam. Altogether, the Forbes brand in Asia has a circulation of some 425,000.