THE IMPACT OF WORKPLACES ON EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITYSa Pa ranked 6th in the top 10 most attractive destinations in Southeast AsiaMillion of tulips to bloom on top of Bà Nà HillRECRUIMENT OF INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTSDOES THE 4th INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION NEED TO START IN THE WORKPLACE? The end of 2018 saw significant events in the Vietnamese e-commerce market. Tiki surpassed Lazada to occupy the second position in the market in quarter IV/2018 and Vietnamese e-commerce companies are in the top 10 of Southeast Asia’s highest-traffic e-commerce sites. A fruitful year for e-commerce After a wide range of dynamic activities in 2018, Viet Nam’s e-commerce is in the world’s largest e-commerce markets with total revenues of US$2,269 million, increasing by 29.4 per cent year over year. The number of consumers shopping on e-commerce sites reached 49.8 million people, growing by 2.6 per cent. 72 per cent of e-commerce purchases were made on mobile devices. (Source: … [Read more...] about Viet Nam’s e-commerce ranking order suddenly changes in quarter IV/2018
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Illustrative image (Source: blog.paycorp.co.za) Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnam’s e-commerce market is predicted to boom in the near future, given that 53 percent of the population uses the internet and nearly 54 million people use smartphones. Statistics from the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT)’s E-Commerce and Information Technology Agency showed 70 percent of purchases via social media were made on Facebook this year, up slightly from 2017. Facebook was more regularly visited by shoppers, with 77 percent of online shoppers using it for purchases, compared to 5 percent on Zalo. Among more than 1,000 respondents to a survey by CBRE Vietnam, a quarter currently or previously sold products online. Some 66 percent used Facebook for sales, 49 percent used Shopee and 26 percent used Lazada. According to experts, trade volume via e-commerce reached 4.07 billion USD in 2015, hit 5.1 billion USD in 2016 and 6.2 billion USD in 2017. The figure is forecast to surge … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s e-commerce forecast to boom
The top three e-commerce platforms in Vietnam are Facebook, Shopee and Lazada (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - The consumer-to-consumer (C2C) market in Vietnam will become a space for global tycoons following many recent investment deals with Vietnamese enterprises. Regarding business-to-business (B2B) and C2C e-commerce models in Vietnam, without the participation of Amazon, the top three e-commerce platforms are Facebook, Shopee and Lazada. The three companies make up 60 percent of total market value. The rest belongs to Sen Do, Tiki, Vat gia, En Bac, Cho Tot, Zalora, Adayroi and Foody. According to experts, Vietnamese e-commerce trading floors are gradually becoming a playground for global corporations. Billionaire Jack Ma has invested 4 billion USD in Lazada. Garena (now called Sea), Shopee’s holding company, is also generous in spending money in key markets of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam. China’s largest … [Read more...] about Foreign players eye Vietnam’s e-commerce
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc ordered the implementation of online public services to benefit people and firms, Source: Government Office At Estonia’s e-Estonia showroom based in the capital city of Tallinn’s own ‘Silicon Valley’, IT expert Onnik Indrek showed off an electronic identity card, which, he said, can help him do almost everything in life. According to him, Estonia, known as one of the most advanced “e-states” of the world, is home to the most highly developed national ID card system in the world. Much more than simply a legal picture ID, this mandatory national card serves as a digital access card for every secure e-service in Estonia. The chip on the card carries embedded files using RSA 2048-bit public key encryption, which enable it to be used as definitive proof of identity in an electronic environment. The electronic ID card was introduced in 2002, and by 2015, more than 94 per cent of Estonian residents were carrying one. The … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s e government plan needs a big push
Vietnam’s e-commerce websites are still receiving heavy investment to develop despite big losses, but when will these projects stop losing? The Vietnamese e-commerce market is one of the leading markets in the region for investment. According to Nielsen, the annual growth speed of the e-commerce market is 22% and is expected to hit US$10 billion in annual revenue by 2022 from the current US$4 billion. The Vietnamese e-commerce market shows huge potential for development and receives great attention from new investors. In a recent report by Topica Founder Institute, e-commerce attracted US$83 million of foreign investment through 21 deals. Startup SEA (used to be Garena, which was termed as a unicorn in Asia), ranked first among investors pouring capital into Vietnamese startups in 2017. SEA spent US$64 million acquiring 82% of the shares in Foody, a food delivery website and app. CyberAgent Ventures, a Japanese venture investment fund, continues its activities in Vietnam. In … [Read more...] about When will Vietnam’s e-commerce players stop “burning money”?