TechCrunch Is Here In Hanoi With A Meetup Later Tonight

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Just a quick and spur-of-the-moment note, I’m in Hanoi this week and would love to meet founders and engineers from the community.

Our writers and editors regularly travel through the major tech hubs of the world and we haven’t had a chance to do a series in Vietnam yet. 

These informal meetups offer you guys the chance to meet TechCrunch writers and editors. I’m here to hear your pitches, exchange stories, just casually hang out and learn more about Vietnam’s brewing startup scene.

I’ll be at Nhà Hàng Bia Hiền at 123 Nguyễn Ngọc Vũ tonight at 9 p.m. following Tech In Asia’s meetup today at 6:30 p.m. at Cengroup. They’re having Dung Tran, the CEO and founder of mWork, and Do Tuan Anh, the CEO and founder of Appota, speak.

(Yes, we’re piggybacking off each other to achieve double the awesome.)