Over 200 Vietnam firms to join Factory Network Business Expo Hanoi 2020
The Hanoitimes - The Factory Network Business Expo (FBC Hanoi) 2020 will take place on October 28-29 and is expected to see the largest transaction volume and value.
Nearly 230 manufacturers and 20 large buyers will join online and on-site business meetings at the FBC Hanoi 2020 at the Hanoi Agricultural Promotion Center.
|Products on display at the FBC Hanoi.|
Each enterprise at the expo will be arranged a maximum of 20 business matching sessions in the two consecutive days.
Visitors can book appointments and make on-site and online business matching sessions for free. It is an opportunity for small and medium enterprises to directly approach giants in the manufacturing industry. Vietnamese businesses can also meet face to face with Japanese and Thai buyers without traveling abroad.
According to the municipal Department of Industry and Trade, in the difficult business context created by the Covid-19 pandemic and the wave of relocating factories to Southeast Asia, FBC Hanoi 2020 is a good opportunity for Vietnamese businesses to promote and introduce products, seek customers, connect business as well as expand markets. Meanwhile, foreign businesses could visit and inspect their Vietnamese partners’ potential.
In addition, international seminars on supporting industry development will be held on the sidelines with the participation of representatives from relevant ministries, departments, and sectors from Vietnam and abroad.
FBC Hanoi 2020 is organized by the Department of Industry and Trade of Hanoi in coordination with Factory Network Asia Group and NC Network Vietnam JSC.
Held since 2017, FBC Hanoi has created positive results to support industry companies. Concretely, it facilitated more than 3,000 transactions with an estimated transaction value of almost US$4.5 million in 2017, almost 4,000 transactions with an estimated transaction value of almost US$5 million in 2018.
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