Speed and delivery quality will determine the growth of the e-commerce market in the time to come, according to the Vietnam E-commerce Association (Vecom).
Online import and export activities of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are expected to develop further due to the low number of them currently embracing e-commerce, according to experts.
E-commerce is not a short-term game where money is made after several months of playing.
VOV.VN - Logistics Vietnam (VLA), in collaboration with Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM), will co-host the first ever Vietnam International Port Infrastructure and Logistics Exhibition & Conference 2019 (VIPILEC 2019) slated for June 12-14 in HCM City.
100 selected Vietnamese businesses will participate in a support program to help them reach more customers on Amazon.
Vietnam Web Summit 2018 has been held lately in Ho Chi Minh City by TopDev, supported by the Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM).
E-commerce giants Amazon and Alibaba are looking to sign up more Vietnamese sellers for their online marketplace.
Thailand’s exhibition organiser Reed Tradex in collaboration with Vietnam e-Commerce Association (VECOM) will organise OnlineBiz Vietnam within the framework of Shop and Store Vietnam 2019 to cater to both online and offline retail.
The Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM) and the Bangkok-based Reed Tradex Co. Ltd, an exhibition organiser, have agreed to cooperate in promoting specialised workshops and events to introduce technological solutions and platforms for Vietnam’s retail and consumer sector.
Vietnam is proving difficult terrain for e-commerce players, as they keep burning money to grab a slice of the lucrative market, which results in mounting losses and, for some, their eventual demise.
Hanoi has been one of the two leading localities in e-commerce for the past five years, but the trend has posed considerable risks in database, technology, transaction procedures, legal regulations and technology standards.
A press conference took place in Hanoi on May 28 to introduce the Vietnam Blockchain Summit, themed “from technology to policy”, which was slated for June 8.
Multi-channel shopping is on the rise, becoming a vital factor which will help retail businesses expand sales channels, thereby increasing their reach to customers and enhancing the competitive edge given the online shopping boom in Vietnam.
Along with the development of mobile infrastructure, businesses have invested more in business on the new platform, from upgrading mobile-friendly websites to developing apps.
The 2018 Vietnam E-Business Index that was released by the Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM) showed an overall 25% growth rate in e-commerce. More than 4,000 businesses were surveyed.
Electronic commerce in Vietnam has grown significantly in recent times and is expecting its heyday in several years ahead, presenting fresh opportunities for online retailers.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s e-commerce growth for 2017 was estimated to be about 25% and that rate is predicted to be maintained this year.
Almost a third of more than 4,100 enterprises surveyed in Vietnam do business on social networks, a slight decrease from the previous year, according to a survey conducted by Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM).
The world’s leading e-commerce player, Amazon, is scoping out the Vietnamese market, hoping to benefit local consumers and enterprises.
Amazon, the world’s largest Internet retailer by revenue and market capitalization, is set to officially open up its platform to exports from Vietnamese businesses this month, an insider told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper.