Expand Your Business to Vietnam with Cekindo
Gain your market presence in Vietnam through our business set up services. With a team of experienced professionals, Cekindo can provide advisory on the best strategies to establish your business in Vietnam.
Just like every other market, Vietnam is a unique country. Deep understanding of the business environment and legal practices is required. Cekindo makes sure that your company is set up properly and in compliance with Vietnam’s legal requirements.
Business incorporation in Vietnam can be done in various ways, with Joint-Stock Company and Limited Liability Company being the most preferred choices among foreign entrepreneurs.
Business Partner & Selection
Collaborating with local business partner in Vietnam can bring you one step closer to achieving your business goals. Companies importing and distributing products in the country are advised to engage with local representative for support.
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