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JuicElixir: How This Scientist Became A Juice Maker

A recent returnee to Vietnam, Caroline Le has been charting her own small business plans with her food and beverage company, JuicElixir. Leveraging her...
sonice

SoNice: How This Startup Is Making Vietnamese Artisanal Products More Accessible

While searching for more advocates of local, artisanal products in Vietnam, we found the story of SoNice, a Vietnam-based startup with the mission of...
Hien Vo - Ep Juice

Hien Vo and ÉP Pressed Juice: An Advertising Agency Veteran Turned...

We recently came across the story of Hien Vo thanks to an introduction from Ha Truc. Hien, an ex-advertising agency veteran turned juice entrepreneur has...
Taembe Featured

Babies Everywhere: How Taembe Plans to Expand as Vietnam Grows Up

As Vietnam undergoes a demographic shift and sees rising consumer demand for higher quality products, internet startup Taembe hopes to ride the wave. Vietnam is...
T from Chopp healthy food

How Chopp Plans to Make Healthy Food Accessible in Vietnam

It’s common to see expats, travelers, and even locals spending most of their meals at restaurants and cafes. It’s not hard to find restaurants...
Matthew Tran and Boosted Boards

Matthew Tran and Boosted Boards: Building a Silicon Valley Startup as...

For many overseas Vietnamese, it can take as long as 10 or 15 years before finally getting the chance to visit the motherland. For...
ahometo, son, mitssy

How Mitssy Plans to Help Distribute Vietnamese Design Worldwide

L’Usine and its partner District Eight Design are well known for starting the trend of modern, French bistro furniture that is now commonly found...

Building Trust with Local Products, an Interview with Efaisto

When was the last time you wanted to buy a product online from a brand overseas? But you stopped when you lost trust with...
andrian latortue

Launching Uber in Vietnam, an Interview with Adrian Latortue

Learning Vietnamese as a foreigner who has never been to Vietnam is a rare choice. Yet, someone on the Vietcetera team always somehow manages to find...
Loic Leflair

How Leflair Plans to Make Foreign Brands Accessible in Vietnam

As we continue to investigate the Vietnamese appetite for premium foreign brands, we went through our rolodex of contacts to find people in Vietnam...
Luke Nguyen

Breathing in: Luke Nguyen’s “One Habit”

Every month, Vietcetera partner Bright – the Vietnamese magazine for simpler, cleaner and happier living,  speaks with one incredibly busy individual about their “one...