During the recent Covid-19 pandemic outbreak, AEON Vietnam strived to not only respond to the essential needs of its customers and society but also secure 3,200 employees’ jobs and mental well-being.
Established in 2011, AEON Vietnam operates in four business segments, including general stores, speciality stores, shopping malls and e-commerce.
To sell their products to foreign distribution channels, Vietnamese businesses need to pay more attention to product design, quality assurance and after-sales services, speakers said at a training workshop held in HCM City yesterday.
The planned mall is expected to have four storeys so that it needs an area of 2-5ha, including a department store and a shopping centre.
Việt Nam has become an attractive market for Japanese retailers following the popularity of Japanese goods in the domestic market.
Businesses should co-operate closely with the Government to usher in a second export wave featuring products with higher added-value and promotion of brands, an export forum heard in HMC City on Tuesday.
An export forum on “Market Identification and Risk Management in Export of Vietnamese Enterprises” will be held in HCM City on August 8 to disseminate the latest information, especially about effective ways and solutions to enhance the competitiveness of domestic firms in key export markets.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade will continue to work with large foreign distributors to promote exports of Vietnamese products.