More and more shoe giants continue to expand their investment in Vietnam, a mature shoe center for decades.
Vietnam became a major strategic country for many footwear brands, ranking the second manufacturing country in the world.
Main challenges are amongst others identified in the area of automation, high value products, workers strikes
The summit is designed to acquaint companies with the shoe producing environment in Vietnam, including of its labor situation, laws and regulations, as well as the trade rules and agreements, and investment conditions and terms.
On February 20th, amfori Director Asia Pacific, Joyce Chau will provide updates on EVFTA, Impacts on Global Footwear Industry and what it brings to the footwear and leather industry in Vietnam when it comes into force in 2019.
amfori members benefit from a 30% discount for the summit.