VOV.VN - While online shopping is gaining traction in Vietnam the reluctance among large swaths of the population to pay for goods with credit cards online is prompting retailers and wholesalers to question its viability as a sales channel.
Credit cards are gaining popularity in Vietnam thanks to the rise of online shopping.
More and more retailers in the country are shaking hands with big e-commerce companies in order to widen their business activities while ensuring cost savings.
On October 15, ecommerce service provider SmartOSC held the second Meet Magento event in Vietnam.
Instead of opening e-commerce floors in the old way, some businesses have tried new solutions to develop online sales to avoid repeating the same mistakes made by their predecessors.
Nine foreign funds have acquired more than 4.4 million shares, or a combined stake of around 3%, in one of Vietnam's biggest mobile retailers - The Gioi Di Dong (Mobile World Group).
Vietnamese e-commerce firms are excited rather than worried about the news that Alibaba has taken over Lazada.
The business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce sales in Vietnam reached US$4.07 billion last year, increasing 37% compared to that of the previous year.
More than 10,000 e-commerce websites were registered in Vietnam at the end of last year, twice the number of 2014, according to a new report by released by the Ministry of Industry and Trade on April 14.
Mobile electronic commerce or m-commerce is soon set to take off in Vietnam thanks to the increasing number of mobile phones and rapid internet development, experts have predicted.
E-retailing or e-commerce has become popular in Vietnam since 2004 with the number of online customers having been on the rise.
(VOV) - The Vietnam E-Commerce and Information Technology Agency is hoping that the second edition of ‘Cyber Friday’ (December 4) will be the biggest online day for shoppers ever.
Experts have predicted that many business fields will derive benefits from mobile technology as smartphones and desktop computers become more popular.
(VOV) - Everyday more Vietnamese businesses are starting to sell their products online and are joining the millions of entrepreneurs around the globe who have carved out a niche in the world of e-commerce.
The e-commerce market this year is expected to continue its robust development, especially in the business-to-customer segment.
Indonesia and the Philippines possess enormous development potential for Vietnamese start-ups, said guest speakers at the recent Start-ups 2015 conference held in Hanoi.