Business Breakfast
A unique series of events hosted across various
cities with engaging content delivered by
thought-leaders and researchers, followed by
a networking session for industry professionals.
Business Breakfast
A unique series of events hosted across various
cities with engaging content delivered by
thought-leaders and researchers, followed by
a networking session for industry professionals.

Ho Chi Minh City

How the Vietnam drinks consumer differs from those in SE Asia and what this means for the cafe market

Exploring local tastes and motivations in Vietnam compared with other SE Asian countries

Event Details

21 March 2024
10-11.30AM, Ho Chi Minh (GMT+7)

This session will be delivered in English

Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC), Vietnam
799 Đ. Nguyễn Văn Linh, Tân Phú, Quận 7, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam

Overview of Vietnam's cafe market:

Which drinks and consumer trends will drive the growth of Vietnam's cafe sector for the rest of the 2020s?

Using GlobalData's Foodservice Intelligence Centre cafe and drinks data, this presentation will look at the growth of Vietnam's cafes. GlobalData's "Trendsights" framework will show delegates some of the underlying motivations that make the Vietnam consumer different from neighbouring countries in SE Asia - and the rest of the world.

About The Speaker

Tim Hill

Key Accounts Director, Southeast Asia, Global Data PLC

In his work with GlobalData, Tim provides economic forecasts, consumer insights, brand share, channel assessments and business trends to F&B companies looking to expand in Asia. Tim has worked in research in Asia since 1992 with organisations such as the Economist Intelligence Unit, Ipsos Business Consulting and Eco-Business. Recent opinion pieces include “Losing taste for plant-based meats?”, “Will Gen Z disrupt the ASEAN corporate landscape?” “The market for plant-based milk in Asia”, “Covid 19, a chance for F&B to finally go green”, “The rise of food delivery in ASEAN” and “Winners and losers in post-pandemic Asia Pacific”. Tim’s work has been published in ASEAN Post, Channel News Asia, Eco-Business, The Business Times and The Straits Times as well as other regional newspapers. He is a regular speaker and conference moderator for industry and client events. Tim has an MBA from Henley Business School in UK.

Attendees

This a free-to-attend event for trade professionals. There is a seating capacity limit. Please note, only attendees with a valid confirmation code will be allowed to attend.

Registration will close on 15 March 2024

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