|Vietnamese Ambassador to the UK Tran Ngoc Anh (3rd from the right) and the organizers of the fair visited the booth of Vietnamese enterprises – Photo: VNA|
A group of 20 enterprises from Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City displayed and introduced many handicraft products such as decorative products made from bamboo, wooden boat models, leather products, embroidery bags, silk towels, handmade cards, lacquered furniture, stuffed animals and art models at the fair.
On the opening day, September 8, a number of the UK’s businesses expressed their desire to cooperate as product distribution channels for a number of Vietnamese businesses attending the fair.
Top Drawer’s sales manager, Taha Meziane, highly appreciated the display quality of Vietnamese businesses and expressed his belief that the quality of Vietnamese goods will win over British customers.
Vietnamese Ambassador to the UK, Tran Ngoc Anh, also visited the booths of the Vietnamese delegation, affirming that the participation in the trade fair is a good opportunity for Vietnamese products to ‘set foot’ in the UK market.
Top Drawer is the UK’s leading fair on introducing products that have creative, unique, beautiful and sophisticated design, as well as home goods, gifts, and handmade cards. This year’s fair features 800 booths, mainly from European countries.
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