HCMC – The Handicraft and Wood Industry Association of HCMC kicked off the Vietnam Furniture Matching Week in HCMC yesterday, April 13.
Scheduled to take place from April 13 to 20, the event will include many offline and online activities aimed at connecting local manufacturers in the wood industry with international buyers as well as support service providers.
The event’s second edition this year gathered over 800 representatives from over 450 businesses in the handicraft and wood industry.
One of the highlights of the hybrid event is the “Furniture Sourcing Day”. It is being held offline between April 13 and 14 in the southern city, aimed at supporting local manufacturers to find business partners.
On April 14, “Café Connection” will be organized to help manufacturers and customers expand their trading network through specialized topics such as indoor furniture, outdoor furniture, sofa and kitchen cabinets.
Besides, online activities, which take place throughout the trade show on the hopefairs.com platform, will create a modern trading environment for local manufacturers to approach buyers around the world.
Aside from B2B matching activities, seminars during the event will provide the latest and essential information as well as measures for businesses to be able to better adapt to the new situation. Participants will get updated on such topics like logistics trends in the new situation and digital transformation for the furniture industry among others.