70th anniversary of Hanoi's Liberation Day Vietnam - Asia 2023 Smart City Summit Hanoi celebrates 15 years of administrative boundary adjustment 12th Vietnam-France decentrialized cooperation conference 31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Home / Economy / Industry
New initiative to boost Vietnam's e-commerce exports
Thanh Thanh 20:25, 2024/05/23
The program is designed to enhance the cross-border e-commerce capabilities of leading export-oriented industries in partnership with key industry associations.

The "Connecting Industries – Growing Together with Cross-Border E-Commerce" initiative was officially announced to help Vietnamese businesses increase their presence and chances of success in bringing "Made-in-Vietnam" brands and products to the global market.

 The launch ceremony for the second phase of the "Cross-border E-commerce: The Breakthrough Era" program. Photo: iDEA

This initiative is part of the second phase of the "Cross-border E-commerce: The Breakthrough Era" program, jointly run by the Vietnam E-Commerce and Digital Economy Agency (iDEA) under the Ministry of Industry and Trade and Amazon Global Selling.

Accordingly, this program will enhance the cross-border e-commerce capabilities of leading export-oriented industries by working with key industry associations to raise awareness, provide additional educational resources, and assist association members in developing and succeeding in global e-commerce.

At the event, Gijae Seong, CEO of Amazon Global Selling Vietnam, said the group is working to introduce Made-in-Vietnam products to the international market and promote cross-border e-commerce as Vietnam's export potential is immense.

With a plan to cooperate with government agencies, Amazon Global Selling is shaping the vision and roadmap to help Vietnamese businesses develop the potential of e-commerce exports.

This plan focuses on four key areas, including strengthening education programs and digital skills development to build the workforce and leadership for the cross-border e-commerce industry and promoting the network of international e-commerce service providers.

The group will network distributors and brands with manufacturers across the country to diversify the choice for new products from Vietnam, encouraging enterprises to build and develop brands and contribute to increasing the value of Vietnamese goods in the global market.

In 2022, the iDEA and Amazon Global Selling Vietnam signed a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation to train human resources in cross-border e-commerce for 10,000 Vietnamese enterprises by 2026.

RELATED NEWS
TAG: Vietnam news e-commerce exports Amazon
Other news
17:04, 2024/06/20
Vietnam encourages people to sell excess rooftop solar power
Rooftop solar installations should be economically beneficial to residents while also enhancing national energy security.
13:44, 2024/06/19
Vietnamese Gov’t defers excise tax for domestic automakers
This year's excise tax deferral amounts to approximately VND8.56 trillion ($336 million).
22:37, 2024/06/18
Hanoi-hosted promotional event highlights tourism cooperation
Vietnam and China's province hope to better tap the tourism potential of both sides in the coming time.
17:01, 2024/06/18
"Best lychees from Vietnam” campaign launched in Thailand
This new approach aims to change the way Thai consumers perceive Vietnamese agricultural products.
12:23, 2024/06/13
Vietnam, Germany eye cooperation on energy transition
Germany stands ready to cooperate with Vietnam on energy transition through the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP).
11:18, 2024/06/13
Deputy PM presses for new electricity pricing scenarios in June
Any increase in electricity prices should be carefully planned in terms of size and timing to ensure market alignment, reduce losses for EVN, and meet inflation control goals.