A national e-commerce week will be held from November 27 to December 3, while Vietnam Online Friday 2023 is scheduled to run from December 1-3, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
The week-long event, the biggest of its kind in the country, aims to stimulate domestic consumption by attracting consumers to take part in e-commerce and digital technology activities. It will also bolster regional e-commerce development while increasing people’s awareness of e-commerce and stepping up investment, infrastructure development and technological solutions of Vietnamese enterprises, among others.
The national e-commerce week and Online Friday 2023 to take place next month.
The event also intends to capitalise on advantages brought by digital technology application and e-commerce, sales of Vietnamese products as well as building trust of consumers in online transactions.
Several programmes will also be held during the event, including online and offline seminars on e-commerce and digital technology, interactive activities for consumers on the online environment.
Consumers nationwide can access the official website address at www.OnlineFriday.vn from 00:00 on December 1 to search for products and attractive promotions.
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