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Bigbuy24h opens fourth rep office in Vietnam

Released at: 14:55, 23/11/2019

Bigbuy24h opens fourth rep office in Vietnam

Photo: Ngoc Lan

New Hanoi office to serve SMEs in capital and northern region.

by Ngoc Lan

E-commerce platform Bigbuy24h opened a fourth representative office in Vietnam on November 22 in Hanoi, helping small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the capital in particular and the northern region in general join its network and have the opportunity to develop.

Launched in 2018, Bigbuy24h.com is an intermediary marketing channel between buyers and sellers, serving consumers and SMEs. Businesses and suppliers of goods are free to open online booths and connect online sales in the community of Bigbuy24h members.

Distributors then have the opportunity to increase sales and profits and cut brand development and operating costs. They will also receive free sales management training from Bigbuy24h.

After more than a year in Vietnam, Bigbuy24h has over 1 million consumers using its app and more than 100,000 partners, suppliers, and shops.

Bigbuy24h plans to open a chain of Bigbuy24h supermarkets in major cities  in Vietnam to promote products of businesses and suppliers in its system. It can also arrange goods delivery in the fastest time possible.

Other Bigbuy24h representative offices will also be opened in November and early December in provinces such as Bac Ninh, Bac Giang, Ninh Binh, Vinh Phuc, Phu Tho, and Ha Nam.

Mr. Nguyen Van Anh, Chairman of Bigbuy24h, believes it will become one of the leading e-commerce platforms in Vietnam. “Bigbuy24h takes technology as a foundation for development, based on understanding the habits of Vietnamese people,” he said. “Bigbuy24h will continually create a professional sales and purchase environment, where Bigbuy points can be used to buy and sell goods in our system, and will continuously expand the range and number of products.”

According to the e-Conomy Southeast Asia Report 2019 from Google, Temasek, and global management consultancy Bain, e-commerce is a key economic driver in Vietnam. The country’s internet economy is expected to reach $12 billion in 2019 and $43 billion by 2025, with a boom in e-commerce, online tourism, online communications, and ride-hailing. Vietnam now has 61 million internet users, who spend three hours and 12 minutes per day on average using the internet on mobile devices.

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