Daily visits to local e-commerce sites top 3.5 million: VECOM Business

Daily visits to local e-commerce sites top 3.5 million: VECOM

Online shopping traffic in Vietnam so far this year rocketed over 150 percent against a year earlier, with daily visits to e-commerce sites growing to 3.5 million, Nguyen Ngoc Dung, Deputy Chairman of the Vietnam e-Commerce Association (VECOM), told a workshop on November 10.
Online shopping on the rise Videos

Online shopping on the rise

Consumers can now buy almost anything from the comfort of their homes with just a few simple steps on a smartphone. With its undeniable advantage in convenience, online shopping is gaining in popularity even now that COVID-19 has been largely brought under control.
Pandemic a test of fire for Vietnamese enterprises Business

Pandemic a test of fire for Vietnamese enterprises

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a test for Vietnamese businesses as many have been and will be struggling to recover for the foreseeable future. Those who emerge from the crisis will have proven their mettle by overcoming an unprecedented and difficult time, said business leaders.
COVID-19 changes domestic travellers’ habits Society

COVID-19 changes domestic travellers’ habits

COVID-19 pandemic has changed the habit and thought of tourists around the world. Recent surveys by independent organisations revealed that their behaviours and choices have changed in an unpredictable manner after the pandemic broke out.
Da Nang retail market attempting to recover post-pandemic Videos

Da Nang retail market attempting to recover post-pandemic

After a long period of disruption due to COVID-19, the retail market in the central city of Da Nang has begun to recover. Purchasing power in the domestic market remains quite low, however, and many wet markets and shopping centres are deserted still.
More Vietnamese consumers now shop online Business

More Vietnamese consumers now shop online

Online shopping and electronic payments in Vietnam have become more common in recent years as more of the country's population gains access to the internet, and e-commerce in the 95 million-strong market is set to enter a rapid growth phase in the near future, according to industry experts.