The logistics sector is forecast to continue growing strongly this year, with expansion in both retail and e-commerce channels.
The Vietnam E-Pavilion on e-commerce platforms was rolled out by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT)’s E-Commerce and Digital Economy Department in Ho Chi Minh City on December 2.
VOV.VN - A digital technology and e-commerce experiencing week was launched in Hanoi on November 30 by the Vietnam E-commerce and Digital Economy Agency, under the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Hanoi People’s Committee.
Renowned brands like Samsung, Oppo, LG, Jetstar, Vinamilk, Mattana, Canifa, and Uma, among others, will offer their products at a substantial discount during the fifth Online Friday scheduled for December 7.
Big Day – the summer online shopping promotion event in 2018, will start from 0:00 to 24:00 of June 1 on website onlinefriday.vn, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
As the online market has grown, firms are increasingly becoming savvier about the newest trends emerging from the digital transformation.
Online Friday, the biggest annual event for e-commerce businesses and consumers, will return on the first Friday of December this year with a series of huge discounts.
Some 3,000 businesses will participate in Online Friday 2017, the year’s largest e-commerce event scheduled for today.
VOV.VN - It's confirmed: Online Friday will again host a 24 hour sales event on Sept. 29—and the 2017 edition of this autumn major sales event promises to be bigger than ever, says the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Vietnam’s potential for e-commerce development in the retail sector could achieve a US$10-billion revenue by 2020, accounting for half the country’s total retail sales.
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.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese shoppers are set to spend an estimated US$45 million on Online Friday this year, the organizers have announced.
VOV.VN - Last year’s second edition of the e-commerce ‘Online Friday’ reported 300,000 orders – nearly double that of the prior year – 80% of which were for technology, fashion items or home appliances.
(VOV) - Online Friday isn’t just for buying toys, clothes and jewellery anymore as hotels, resorts, cruise lines and online travel sites are trumpeting their products trying to get in on the booming e-commerce retail market.
(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.
Low-cost airline Jetstar Pacific will offer 4,000 tickets at just VND12,000 (US$0.5) per leg on its website on December 4, which is Vietnam online shopping day.
The second "Online Friday," also known as "Online Shopping Day 2015," will likely record sales worth US$25 million, according to Vietnam E-Commerce and Information Technology Agency.