Vietnam looks to promote franchise market Business

Vietnam looks to promote franchise market

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has licensed 17 foreign enterprises specialising in franchises to operate in Vietnam so far this year, according to statistics from the ministry.
Franchising makes Vietnam’s retail market more attractive Business

Franchising makes Vietnam’s retail market more attractive

Vietnam is a promising market for retail and franchise sector as franchising is an increasingly popular strategy taken by many enterprises, said experts at a conference held on the sidelines of the Shop & Store Vietnam Exhibition 2018 held in Ho Chi Minh City on March 28.

Vietjet Air and Lotteria sign strategic deal

Low-cost airline Vietjet Air and fast food chain Lotteria Vietnam signed a strategic cooperation agreement in Hanoi on March 13 with the aim of bringing significant added value to customers of both parties.

Foreign franchisors eye Vietnam market

Five years after opening market in line with World Trade Organisation (WTO) commitments on January 1, 2009, Vietnam has become a promising market for foreign franchisors, radio The Voice of Vietnam (VOV) reported.

Franchises flood Vietnam's retail sector

Vietnam’s retail market continues to flaunt its attractions as 10 more international brands seek Vietnamese franchise partners. Report by the Vietnam Investment Review (VIR).
Lotteria CEO presented with friendship insignia Society

Lotteria CEO presented with friendship insignia

Cho Young-jin, CEO of Lotteria Co., Ltd from the Republic of Korea was awarded the “For Peace and Friendship among Nations” insignia his contributions to social and charitable activities in Vietnam.
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TV series on Korean business

A series entitled The Real Dream, featuring 20 enterprises of the Republic of Korea (RoK) in Vietnam , is being aired at 4.45pm every Saturday on Hanoi Television's Channel 1 through December.

Brewers eye franchise business model

Increasing numbers of Vietnamese businesses will open franchises of popular international brands as the country opens up its market further following its accession to the World Trade Organization four years ago, a senior official said on May 26.

Fast food market heats up

Domestic fast food businesses are struggling to gain market share from their foreign counterparts, which have come to dominate this high-potential market.