A handbook on digital transformation for small and medium enterprises in the food processing and distribution sector was recently introduced under a joint effort.
Foreign-invested firms in the Vietnamese e-commerce sector have taken control of the market, placing heavy pressure on their homegrown competitors.
Vietnam’s digital economy is projected to grow fastest in Southeast Asia, reaching US$50 billion by 2025, a report said.
The time for fintech is over. Education and healthcare are the areas that attract the most start-up capital inflows in Vietnam.
- Chinese low-cost e-commerce battle lands in Vietnam 1
- Vietnam's mobile money trial program to be extended till 2024 2
- Winning at e-commerce, TikTok enters the delivery market 3
- Ride-hailing services face stiff competition 4
- Vietnam's FPT targets U.S. with eye on AI and chip deals 5
- Gaming startup VNG aims to launch Vietnam's answer to ChatGPT 6
The competition in Vietnam's online food delivery business is heating up.
Software exporters took the spotlight in the Vietnamese digital economic picture in the first six months of this year, posting high export revenue.
The number of data centers (DCs) is set to rise exponentially in Vietnam as both domestic and foreign companies look to boost capacity and meet rising demand, a new report says.
With 54% of Vietnam respondents in a PwC Asia Pacific employees poll predicting that their businesses will be in operation for more than ten years if current trends continue.
Payment transactions via QR code are increasingly popular in Vietnam while ATM transactions are decreasing in both quantity and value.
Cashless payment has attained certain favourable outcomes after implementing the cashless payment promotion plan and the digital transformation plan in the banking sector.
CEO of Coc Coc says that Vietnam currently has half a million daily users of ChatGPT. How are businesses preparing for the changing tide of technology then?
There have been more and more agritech companies looking for opportunities in Vietnam's agricultural industry.
Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics manufacturer, increased its EV ambitions. The business plans to invest $250 million in Vietnam to make EV and telecoms components.
South Korea’s Kakao Mobility has partnered with VinFast as part of the former’s plans to boost transportation infrastructure in Vietnam through collaboration with local industry players.
Galaxy Play, Vietnam's leading online movie platform, has won the "Excellence Award for Theater Grade Sound" at the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting 2023, affirming international sound standards and efforts to improve service quality.
Digital Workforce, sponsored by USAID and MPI, is one of a series of activities to support Vietnam with its national strategy for the 4th Industrial Revolution by 2030.