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EXCLUSIVE EVENT: VIETNAM OFFICE EVOLUTION & PROPERTY SHOWCASE 2021
Savills Vietnam would like to introduce 2021’s premier property event: VIETNAM OFFICE EVOLUTION & PROPERTY SHOWCASE*
Making sense of the rapidly evolving workplace
Wednesday, 28 April 2021, HCMC
The strong move to quality office space is due to the economic, demographic, and macro-economic factors supporting growth of the Viet Nam office market. Our exclusive event will present:
- Vietnam office evolution over the past 5 years;
- Vietnam future supply and market drivers;
- Prime property showcase in Hanoi & Ho Chi Minh City.
With 20 best-in-class experts and 150 clients at event this will also provide a unique networking opportunity.
*Due to overwhelming interest this event is invitation only.
1. Locomotive brake supply-bid extend2. Electric equipment and materials supply3. Chemical, plastic particle and carton box supply4. Equipment supply and installation5. Anti-lightning system installation----and more news
1. Mobile e-commerce projected to hit $7 billion in revenue in 2021 2. Vietnamese startup Nano raises $3 million for on-demand payroll app 3. Exports enjoy surge despite latest COVID-19 challenges 4. Vietnam's rubber export value sees surge in four months 5. Smart homes enjoying promising future ----and more news
Vietnam-ASEAN trade turnover has increased rapid over the last 26 years (1995-2021), contributing to the development of Vietnam and other ASEAN member states.
Digital transformation and e-commerce will continue to thrive in 2021 and create a new catalyst for economic growth, according to experts. This is also an opportunity for Vietnamese companies to develop new business strategies.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has requested local credit institutions and foreign banks’ restrict lending concentration for real estate and construction, Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) and the consumption sector.
There will be little change in current trends of mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam’s logistics industry this year as domestic players remain sellers and Asian investors continue to gain the upper hand.