Doing Business in Vietnam: A 10-Week Crash Course
Online | Meets Weekly on Wednesday's | 10-11:30 AM EDTRegister
Vietnam is a challenging yet rewarding place to do business. With a growing middle class, an increasingly robust manufacturing sector, and strong governmental support for an export market, the country is one of the top places in Asia with which to do business.
The potential for US businesses in Vietnam is boundless. Just last year, the US was the largest buyer of Vietnamese products and the 11th largest investor in the country. Business ties and trade between the US and Vietnam are only set to further improve.
Just like with any foreign country, however, it’s vital to understand the complexities of the business culture and regulatory environment when doing business in and with Vietnam.
A lack of preparedness may end up negatively impacting your business dealings, relationship with partners, and the compliance and health of your company. Ultimately, this can result in decreased profitability and unnecessary headaches for you and your management team.
If your organization is thinking about – or already is – working with Vietnam, set you and your company up for success with this 10-week crash course on doing business in Vietnam.
Designed to save you money and time figuring out all of this yourself – either from research or trial and error – you’ll hear from a team of experts, all with years of experience in helping businesses succeed and grow in Vietnam. Over the course of the 10-week program, they will share valuable information to help prepare you to do business with the country – or optimize your current operations there.
A team of experts in Vietnam organized by Dezan Shira & Associates and OrbisConnex will share valuable information on topics such as:
- Political-Economic Climate in Vietnam
- Effective communication in Vietnamese professional culture
- Establishing relationships
- Supply chain considerations
- Legal & Accounting considerations
This live online program meets 10-11:30am EDT every Wednesday from September 14th to November 16th, 2022.
Who is this program for?
· C-suite of SMEs exploring or actively expanding to Vietnam
· SMEs considering contract manufacturing or searching for suppliers in Vietnam
· SMEs having difficulty getting their bearings in Vietnam
$1,488/person + online payment fee
Contact your local government economic development/export promotion office and ask if you can apply for Federal STEP or local grant funding to support participation in this program or in our 2023 Trade Mission to Vietnam (click here for details).
If you have any questions about the program, please contact Patrick McAloon.