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Vacuumlabs opens regional HQ in Hong Kong

Source: Vacuumlabs

Vacuumlabs, a trusted global software development partner with a proven track record in successfully delivering full-stack fintech solutions, announces the opening of its new regional headquarters in Hong Kong.

Vacuumlabs aims to strengthen its presence in the region and broaden its services to existing and new clients in Asia.

Over the past few years, Vacuumlabs has been working on a number of technologically innovative fintech projects in Asia. From working on the first implementation of Thought Machine in Asia for one of the first virtual banks in Hong Kong to creating cryptocurrency on new blockchain technology, Vacuumlabs is well-positioned to help new clients with its teams of highly qualified software engineers, designers, and data scientists.

Despite the impact of the COVID–19 pandemic on the market, Vacuumlabs grew in 2020 and opened new regional headquarters in Hong Kong. Michael Bruck will lead Vaccumlabs’ Hong Kong office, strengthening Vacuumlabs’ presence in the APAC region, growing sales and partnerships, and providing better support to its partners, from startups and scaleups to corporates.

Samuel Hapák, Chief Executive Officer at Vacuumlabs said: “Having on-the-ground operations in Asia will enhance Vacuumlabs’ position in the fintech space where we have already acquired and served many large international banks and financial institutions. Asia is a region where most of the 21st-century banking innovation is going to happen. Having a regional headquarters in Hong Kong will enable us to bring our experience to the table and become a part of this exciting story. I am looking forward to establishing new partnerships and friendships with great Asian innovators.”

Vacuumlabs’ Asia Headquarters office in Hong Kong is now open. Located in the trendy and up-and-coming Wong Chuk Hang neighborhood, with its rapidly growing community of startups at WHub, Campfire, and the Peninsula Group’s Kaleidoscope Labs. Vacuumlabs Asia has taken a large office space able to host talks and events for the local Fintech community with the goal to support the growth of the community as well.

Vacuumlabs has a strong track record of supporting the development of companies that accelerate innovative change in the world of financial services. That’s evident in Vacuumlabs’ recent roster of successful clients including Doconomy, a leader in financial tools for Climate Action, Trade Ledger, a leading Lending as a Service (LaaS) platform, and Daylight, the very first LGBT+ digital banking platform in the USA. 

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