Diversify your Business to Vietnam: Where, Why, and How

Webinar | Thursday, November 3, 2022 | 10:00 AM PST / 1:00 PM EST

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A unique blend of disruptive world events over the past few years has strained the supply chains of SMEs and MNCs. Businesses are under pressure from stakeholders to diversify their supply chains to weather the next uncontrollable event.

Over three weeks – we will hold a series of webinars focused on introducing three different markets in South / Southeast Asia, all with the potential to serve as a new supply market or complement your China-centric strategy. This is the third session focusing on Vietnam. Register for the Oct. 20 webinar on Indonesia here and the Oct. 27 webinar on India here.

An early winner of the Trade War, partly thanks to its proximity to other high-tech supply chains in Asia, Vietnam’s potential in the global value chain only continues to grow. It has remained a ‘bright spot’ in today’s volatile market as one of the fast-growing economies in Southeast Asia with a projected 8.5% growth rate this year. The country also just ranked 44th out of 132 countries in the Global Innovation Index 2021.

Just 27 years after normalizing trade relations, Vietnam and the US have become strong trade partners with bilateral trade reaching USD 111 billion. That the US was the largest buyer of Vietnamese products last year further underscores how critical the Vietnamese supply chain is becoming to the US.

Join us as the Director of Vietnam, Filippo Bortoletti, introduces how businesses can enter the Vietnamese market to succeed in the face of global uncertainty, as well as addresses need-to-know information for foreign businesses doing business in Vietnam such as why and where to set up operations.


- Business Environment and Outlook of Vietnam
- Why Vietnam?
- Identify your Location
- Investing in Vietnam


Registration Details:
This event is free of charge. For questions or more information, please contact Holly McCleery.

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