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Companies such as Nike, IKEA, and Adidas have moved their manufacturing from China to Vietnam.

Why the shift?

Join us for a special edition of TechNest during Global Entrepreneurship Week to find out. During the U.S.-China tariff talks, companies have looked for manufacturing alternatives to China. Our panel discussion will focus on manufacturing and doing business in Vietnam. Come learn about selling your product globally, the pros of manufacturing in Vietnam and who you need to know to make it possible. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more and get all your questions answered by these entrepreneurs and service providers who manufacture and help others manufacture in Vietnam.

Meet the panelists:

Lu Pham, attorney at Pham Harrison, L.L.P., has a background in litigation for various foreign manufacturers and will discuss the legal side of manufacturing in Vietnam.

Johnny Ross, founder MedHab, will discuss his entrepreneurial experience with manufacturing in Vietnam.

Kenneth Haynes, Senior International Trade Specialist, will discuss moving your U.S. businesses abroad, protecting your business interests and how to succeed in markets worldwide.

This is a free event. Here is the link to register:

Is Vietnam the New China?

Tuesday, Nov 19, 2019, 4:30 PM

TechFW
1120 South Freeway Fort Worth, TX

30 TECH Nest Members Went

Companies like Nike, IKEA, and Adidas have moved their manufacturing from China to Vietnam. Why the shift? Join us for a special edition of TechNest during Global Entrepreneurship Week to find out. With the tariff battles going on, companies have been looking for manufacturing alternatives to China. Our panel discussion will focus on manufacturing …

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