Since the establishment of Grasp! Vietnam in 2017, we mainly served for enterprises in Vietnam and Japan.

Now, we launched a business in Bangladesh. Grasp! signed a comprehensive business alliance agreement with a domestic company in Dhaka, Bangladesh and established Grasp! Bangladesh!.


Founder HR Agent

Career Counselor

Takumitsu Kumazawa

After the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, he emigrated to Vietnam “on a whim”. He entered HR business industry without experience. He mainly assists recruitment services for Japanese companies in Vietnam, as well as career consultation and job change support for Vietnamese and Japanese job seekers.

Established Grasp! (Vietnam) in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in 2017. He is continuing direct interactive career counseling with the aim of breaking away from providing traditional information-based services without being bound by the practices of HR industry.

In 2019, he met a Bangladeshi business partner and decided to enter the business in Bangladesh “on a whim”.

Grasp! will continue to work as a “true HR agent” that goes beyond information providers.

M.H Dipu 
Grasp!Bangladesh! Adviso

From 2012 to 2014, he stayed in Japan with an Engineer/Specialist in Humanities/International Services visa.

After worked as a commercial manager at Sofia Technology, he returned to Bangladesh.

He founded two companies under the Bangladesh government, and is developing a recruitment business specializing for Japanese companies.

He is currently visiting Japan on a business trip basis.

Prime University(Dahka) MBA



Syntax IES is a government-affiliated recruitment company located in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.

We provide excellent Bangladesh human resources mainly in the fields of accounting, engineering, IT, etc., and support Japanese companies entering into Bangladesh.


Kumazawa; The founder of Grasp! Bangladesh,  Mr.Dipu and Bangladeshi staff.

How about

Bangladeshi talents? 

7 reasons

why we recommend Bangladeshi talents

1. Excellent skilled engineers are available

The nation is focusing on science education, offers specialized science courses and schools from middle school. There are many high-level, highly qualified engineers with mathematical backgrounds available, producing tens of thousands of university engineering graduates each year.


Some of the best students go on to and study at universities in Europe, the United States, and Japan, and some students startup business in Silicon Valley in the IT field.


Many of the best IT professionals in Bangladesh are employed by major IT companies in the United States, such as Amazon, Apple, Intel, Google, Microsoft, IBM, and Oracle, and some work for the NASA.


In addition to the IT field, talented human resources in fields such as machinery, electricity / electronics, and construction are active at foreign-affiliated companies in Bangladesh and overseas.

2. High English Ability

Bangladeshi students learn English from primary school, and most university graduates are fluent in English as second language.

Many young people are motivated to work globally by utilizing their skills, and are highly motivated to study and improve their language skills in addition to their specialized skills.

3. Competitive labor costs

The average monthly salary of software engineers is around 20,000 Bangladeshi Taka (approximately 25,000 JPY) for new graduates, and about 40,000 Bangladeshi Taka (approximately 50,000JPY) for those who have 4 or 5 years of experience, which is cheaper than ASEAN countries.

According to a 2017 JETRO survey, the quality of Bangladeshi employees, the abundance of talented resources, the retention rate, the low labor costs and the abundance of the labor force are among the highest in Asia.

4. Pro-Japanese country

Japan is the largest economic aid country for Bangladesh, with Japan’s Prime Minister Abe announcing that he will provide 600 billion JPY in next 4-5 years when he visited Bangladesh in 2014. In addition, there are many pro-Japanese people since Bangladesh Liberation War which Japan supported Bangladesh’s side, and there are still many people who are interested in Japan.

It is also noteworthy characteristic that there is a certain number of people who want to work in Japan more than other countries.

In addition, their calmness and hardworking national characteristics are compatible with Japanese people.

5. Continuously rapid economic growth

It has been stably maintaining a GDP growth rate of around 6%, and is expected to maintain this growth rate in the future.

Bangladesh is one of the NEXT11 countries, and they keep growing economically with a domestic population of over 160 million.


6. Young and skilled workforce

The average age is very young and the population is expected to continue to grow, reaching a total population of 190 million by 2040.

As of 2016, Bangladesh had a working population of approximately 72.04 million (Japan: approximately 76.96 million), of which more than 1 million are employed in the IT and IT outsourcing sectors.


About 50% of the total population is under 25, and the working population is increasing every year.

7. Increasing number of Internet users

The number of Internet users is about 80 million, and it is the 5th largest in Asia after Japan.

Since the total population is 160 million, it is expected that the number of Internet users will increase as the Internet penetration rate increases in the future.

Grasp! support

your business in Bangladesh!

Bangladeshi Recruiting Support:

Web engineer, mechanical engineer, electric / electronic engineer, construction engineer (construction design, construction management / supervision), Japanese-English-Bengali interpreter etc

Bangladesh business support:

In addition to introducing Bangladeshi talents to Japanese and foreign companies in Japan and Vietnam, we also provide Bangladesh business support.

Please feel free to contact us for details .

Contact Us


​Ho Chi Minh Office

195 Điện Biên Phủ, Phường 15, Bình Thạnh, Hồ Chí Minh 

Hanoi Office

Unit A2.6c, 2nd floor, Tower A, Golden Palace Building, Me Tri street, Me Tri ward, Nam Tu Liem district, Hanoi


+84 (0)90-6299930 (日本語・English)

+84 (0)90-9820998 (Tiếng việt・日本語)


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