Additional floor space taken at Saigon Tower in city center.
PwC Vietnam has expanded its Ho Chi Minh City office to accommodate its business growth and better serve customers.
Its office occupies one more floor at Saigon Tower in Le Duan Street, District 1, from September 14. “The expansion of PwC Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City office will better accommodate our staff's work space and provide us with state of the art facilities to host client meetings and other activities,” said Mr. Richard Peters, Chief Operating Officer of PwC Vietnam.
PwC Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City office now occupies the second, third, fourth, and eighth floors at Saigon Tower, with its reception area moving to the newly-opened eighth floor office.
The expansion will fully meet the firm’s space needs today and for the next five years, with its workforce expected to grow to 1,000 people in both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to respond to business growth.
PwC Vietnam established offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in 1994. It has more than 750 local and expatriate staff with a thorough understanding of Vietnam’s business environment and broad knowledge of policies and procedures covering investment, tax, law, and accounting.