The HCM City People’s Committee has assigned the Department of Industry and Trade to draft a plan for developing the e-commerce sector in the next five years in order to create a legal framework for the sector in line with the current trend. — VNS … [Read more...] about HCM City e-commerce market firmly on growth path
In order to report an unwanted advertising call and message, phone users should use this structure in their message to 5656: V [phone call number] [content of the call] and S [number sending the message] [message content], respectively. … [Read more...] about Newest method to block marketing messages
With the cooperation with an international development team, as well as big names in the field of construction management, design, and construction, including Mace (UK), HBA (USA), Land Sculptor (Thailand), and Tange (Japan), Masteri Centre Point is on par to deliver an international standard living space to future residents. … [Read more...] about Masterise Homes revives Ho Chi Minh City realty market with launch of Masteri Centre Point
The entry of app-based motorbike taxi services have predominantly captured the market share of the traditional motorbike taxi, popularly called “xe om” in the country. Grab is the first company in Vietnam to launch GrabBike, an app-based motorbike taxi initially promoted in Ho Chi Minh City in November 2014, which spread throughout the country in 2015. Following the footprints of Grab, many other app-based motorbike services like Go-Jek, Aber, FastGo, VATO, MyGo, and be Group JSC had launched in the Vietnamese motorbike ride-hailing market during 2018-2019. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s ride-hailing market witnesses faster growth with local and regional players
From Umbala to 360Live, Vietnam’s technology platforms have failed to compete with foreign rivals such as Tik Tok and Bigo Live. The effort to change and renovate the product with 360Live could not bring success and the platform also had to stop operation. … [Read more...] about Why do Vietnam’s live digital platforms fail in the home market?