Thiec Market celebrating the Golden Day of Vietnamese Goods

Thiec Market is situated in a densely populated Chinese area in District 11, Ho Chi Minh City. It is an interesting place for Vietnamese businesses to pay attention to in their campaign to bring goods to the market. The Golden Day of Vietnamese Goods program at Tin market was therefore decided to be held on June 23 and 24, 2012.

The Golden Day of Vietnamese Goods at Thiec Market is currently launching with a lineup of seven businesses that offer consumer goods. These businesses include Vinamilk milk, Trung Nguyen coffee, Lien Thanh fish sauce, Bidrico beverage, My Hao dishwashing liquid, Duy Tan plastic, and Sunhouse’s kitchen utensils. The event aims to provide an opportunity for consumers and small businesses to “hear, see, and try” these products. During that time, open and honest discussions regarding the advantages and disadvantages of the product and the business of distributing goods to customers and small businesses are expressed most accurately and completely.

Young Vietnamese goods Ambassador and Artist Ha Tri Quang will participate in supporting businesses to promote and market their products to consumers. He will join visitors to learn about product features and visit with businesses about the buying and selling situation of some small traders in the market.

Contents of the Golden Day for Vietnamese Goods:
– Introducing new products and features of Vietnamese goods
– Games on stage for consumers and small businesses
– Exchange with the Ambassador of Vietnamese goods
– Ambassador of Vietnamese goods goes to the market and visits stalls selling Vietnamese goods effectively
– Promotions, discounts, high discounts for seed businesses’ products at the market
– Businesses promote connections with small traders to increase product coverage in the market

At the end of the program at Thien market, the next place where the project “Vietnamese goods accompanying traditional market traders” will continue to land will be Ba Chieu market (June 30 and July 1, 2012).