On January 3, 2018, DHL Express, the world’s leading international express services provider, opened its new DHL Service Centre in Binh Duong province’s Thu Dau Mot city.
The Republic of Korean conglomerate Lotte is expanding its retail footprint in Vietnam with supermarket chains, department stores, e-commerce, and most recently, duty free stores.
Vietnam is one of the world’s fastest growing e-commerce countries, said Lai Viet Anh, deputy director of Vietnam E-commerce and Information Technology Agency (Vecita) under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Lazada has become the top choice among online shoppers in Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam, according to the latest study by the Thailand-based iPrice, an e-commerce company.
Vietnam is witnessing a wave of digitalisation in the retail banking industry, driven by industry 4.0 technologies.
While online shopping platforms extend themselves to ensure they have adequate infrastructure to meet rising demand by Vietnamese consumers, they are still failing to satisfy when it comes to shipping, which is mostly done by third parties.
As the online market has grown, firms are increasingly becoming savvier about the newest trends emerging from the digital transformation.
Vietnam e-commerce, although small, is among the fastest growing globally, according to a report released by Kantar Worldpanel, a global expert in shoppers’ behaviour.
Malaysian investors are keen on Vietnam’s fast-moving consumer goods segment, which enjoys significant growth in both online and offline retail.
Vietnam’s fast-paced e-commerce logistics sector has spurred last-mile delivery companies and e-commerce operators to step up their game.
Vietnam always respects ASEAN’s relations with partners and highly values the partners’ commitment to continuing to assist the bloc to build an ASEAN Community and bring into play its central role in the region, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said.
Defined as those born between 1980 and 2000, the millennial generation is shaping up to become the largest age group of online shoppers in Vietnam.
The Executive Chairman of the Chinese Alibaba Group, Jack Ma, had a dialogue with nearly 4,000 Vietnamese students in Hanoi on November 6.
Vietnam’s fast-moving consumer goods segment is gaining new momentum thanks to the expansion of modern retail and e-commerce.
Eight out of the 10 most visited e-commerce sites in Vietnam are locally based, but number one spot goes to Lazada.
Young consumers with the habit of using smartphones are expected to be a new source of business growth.
In the context of more and more fashion brands entering the Vietnamese market and gaining significant market share, domestic firms in the fashion industry have to draw up solutions to regain market share and seize back their position.
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VOV.VN - Postal and logistics companies have set their sights on the growing middle class of Vietnam, a market they view as the next e-commerce battleground in Southeast Asia, experts have said.