Đặng Hoàng Hải, director of the Việt Nam E-commerce and Digital Economy Agency. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses have seen the benefits of trading online. Vietnam News Agency spoke with Đặng Hoàng Hải, director of the Việt Nam E-commerce and Digital Economy Agency, about the issue. The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed many businesses online, including those in Việt Nam. Is this a temporary reaction or a long-term trend? Due to COVID-19, firms have seen the benefits of doing business online. Although they have considered this before, it was not until COVID-19 that they actually started to do it. This is a significant experience for all businesses and will certainly be a long-term trend. The Government, ministries, sectors, as well as corporations and large enterprises in Việt Nam, have specific roadmaps and plans for digital transformation. But what about small, medium, and micro businesses, or start-ups? In reality, the number of Vietnamese enterprises which digitally transform themselves is still modest. Our survey in 2018 found that up to 90 per cent of enterprises were not ready for digital transformation. This showed that there are many challenges that need overcoming. Even for big companies which have a specific roadmap and plan, the conversion is… Read full this story
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