Vingroup has acquired eight Queenland Mart stores in Ho Chi Minh City, enlarging its network of VinMart supermarkets and VinMart+ convenient stores to 2,122 outlets nationwide.
Leveraging technology to create products, or rather experiences, for customers is a way for many firms to move on to the experience economy – the very next economy that follow the industrial and service ones.
The London-based bank has added some VND2.3 trillion ($100 million) into its tier-2 capital in a bid to reinforce its business operation in Vietnam.
The amount will be spent over the next five years to help the multi-service super app tap opportunities in fintech, mobility solutions and logistics in Vietnam.
The London-based bank has launched its web-based supply chain finance in Vietnam to enhance trade experience for both buyers and suppliers.
Vietnam has a rather similar export manufacturing capacity with China and this is helping the nation take over some of China’s key export items to the US as the US-China trade war is escalating, according to Fiingroup.
The 176,000 tonnes of cashews that T&T Group has bought from Tanzania will bring a great deal of benefits to the local cashew market as well as enrich the global raw cashew supply.
The Vietnamese education startup has raised $4 million in Series B round of funding led by Hong Kong-based investment firm Hendale Capital, together with Viet Capital Ventures and Southeast Asian-focused investor Nullabor.
Tiki Investment, a subsidiary of Tiki, has bought over local ticketing startup Ticketbox, as part of an attempt to build an ‘all in one’ e-commerce ecosystem in Vietnam.
The new funds will be used by the hotel management and booking platform for new markets and hotel staff training, as well as building a second tech hub in Vietnam, its second after India.
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