The Republic of Korea (RoK)’s Lotte Duty Free company opened a duty-free store at Noi Bai international airport in Hanoi on July 28, one year after the launch of the second of its kind in Nha Trang.
Experts from the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) talked with Vietnamese enterprises on how to protect their intellectual property rights overseas at a seminar in HCM City on March 5.
Enhancing the capacity of enterprises, especially in creating trademarks, is an important requirement for enterprises to meet consumer demand in domestic and export markets, heard a conference in Hanoi on December 27.
The Vietnam International Jewellery Fair opened in Ho Chi Minh City on November 8, attracting more than 200 domestic and foreign exhibitors who offer discounts of up to 30%.
Vietnam has been considered as a “fertile land” for foreign food firms as many trademarks from the Republic of Korea (RoK), Japan and Thailand are seeking ways to penetrate the 93 million-strong market.
VOV.VN - Vietnam now has 610,000 operating businesses. On Vietnam Entrepreneurs’ Day on October 13, VOV will look at how Vietnamese businesspeople are promoting their trademarks to the world.
Building trademarks for maritime products is crucial for Vietnam to exploit sea resources in an effective and sustainable way, making Vietnam a strong country in terms of maritime economy.
VOV.VN - Most domestic clothing and textile companies are overly confused as to the differences between legal names, trade names and trademarks, say the Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (VINATEX).
The building of trademarks for farm produce are crucial to boost the sales of Vietnamese agricultural products in foreign markets, heard a conference in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre on June 23-24.
Kim Son fine-art sedge products, Ninh Van stone carvings and Trau fish – the traditional products of the northern province of Ninh Binh – now have their own collective trademarks.
(VOV) - On July 31, the Ministry of Industry and Trade held an exchange entitled “Proud of Vietnamese trademarks” in Hanoi with the aim of promoting the National Trademark Program and the campaign “Vietnamese people prioritize using Vietnamese products”.
Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen The Thao pledged easier access to loans, removal of bureaucratic delays, and stimulation of tourism investment during a meeting with hundreds of business representatives in the capital on March 2.
There is a growing tendency of seek investment opportunities in the field of service among Japanese companies, heard a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on December 18.
(VOV) - In the opinion of many experts and entrepreneurs ‘intellectual property’ is the most valuable asset of a business and may just be the most single important factor impacting Vietnam during the integration process.
(VOV) -As many as 500 domestic and foreign construction and real estate enterprises are showcasing their products at the international exhibition Vietbuild 2014 which opened in Can Tho city on Oct. 1.
(VOV) - At least 72 of the world’s top franchise trademarks have registered to attend the International Franchise & Business Opportunities (IFBO) Vietnam 2014 exhibition scheduled for HCM City from September 4-9.
(VOV) - A January 11 ceremony in Hanoi has honoured a range of traditional product brands including Uoc Le pork pie, Trach Xa ao dai (traditional long dress), Dong Ky ceramics, and Chang Son woodcraft.
A remarkable 71% of people surveyed are now satisfied with high-quality made-in-Vietnam goods that make up almost 90% of the market share at supermarkets, an official from the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has announced.
Designers in Vietnam need to offer more creative products to meet the demands and tastes of foreign markets, participants said at a seminar held in Ho Chi Minh City on December 18.
(VOV) - Policymakers and economists have advised Vietnamese businesses to have new strategic thinking about the building of trademarks in the context of international integration.