Yen Hai Nguyen - 3/7 - Inside Retail Asia
Starbucks Vietnam has launched its first Starbucks Reserve Store today.
US-based coal-fired pizza chain Grimaldi’s plans to enter Vietnam through franchising.
Taiwanese bubble-tea chain Presotea is looking for franchisees in Vietnam to expand its international network.
Five international F&B franchises explain why they see the Vietnam franchise market as a golden opportunity.
Gloria Jean’s Coffee Vietnam has closed its last store, 10 years after it debuted in the nation.
Yellow Cab Vietnam has chosen the suburban area of Hau Giang street in District 5 HCMC for its first outlet in the country.
IGD predicts the Vietnam convenience store market will grow by 37.4 per cent by 201, leading the region.
Vietnam grocer Saigon Co.op has revealed an ambitious store rollout program for 2017.
Chinese smartphone brand Xiaomi Vietnam has launched.
Vietnamese retailers have been offered a helping hand in expanding regionally by the Singapore Retail Center of Excellence.
As Vietnam’s economy grows the Vietnam milk tea market has become a battleground for foreign franchises.
A Dolce & Gabbana pop-up store in Ho Chi Minh City marks the first step towards a permanent presence in the country.