The event, the first of its kind virtually held, aims to strengthen connectivity among businesses and create fresh opportunities for local retailers to introduce their “Made-in-Vietnam” products.
Addressing the event, Gijae Seong, Vietnam manager for Amazon Global Selling, emphasised that Vietnam represents one of the most dynamic economies in Southeast Asia, boasting an array of “Made-in-Vietnam” products such as home appliances, fashion accessories, kitchen utensils, and home gadgets on Amazon being popular among buyers globally.
Seong said the strong development of cross-border e-commerce over the course of this year has provided a golden opportunity for sellers to transform into global online businesses. He affirmed that Amazon will support firms in maximizing their growth potential and promoting “Made-in-Vietnam” products through Amazon’s online platforms worldwide.
Since establishing a dedicated team in Ho Chi Minh City last year, Amazon has devised a range of specialised solutions in an effort to assist sellers in each locality to do business through Amazon in a simple and efficient manner.
Furthermore, Amazon has also unveiled the launch of a dedicated team based in Hanoi aimed at providing additional training courses for sellers across different Vietnamese, while striving to expand its network of providers as a means of supporting local businesses nationwide.
By enjoying competitive advantages in terms of production and a promising domestic market, the country has great potential to develop cross-border e-commerce due to the range of diversified products of Vietnamese enterprises being favoured by consumers globally thanks to their high quality coupled with competitive prices.