Improve productivity and quality, build product brands and e-commerce skills for cooperatives

On December 20, Nam Dinh Provincial Cooperative Alliance coordinated with the Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Services (VietPRO) under the Center for Science, Technology and Environment – Vietnam Cooperative Alliance to organize a course. Training to “Improve productivity and quality, building product brands and e-commerce skills for cooperatives” for managers and members of 100 cooperatives (Cooperatives) with products in the area Nam Dinh.

The program is implemented according to Plan No. 131/KH-UBND dated November 8, 2021 of the People’s Committee of Nam Dinh province on supporting agricultural production to participate in e-commerce platforms, promoting the digital economy of rural agriculture Nam Dinh.

View of the training class to improve productivity and quality, build product brands and e-commerce skills - Photo Xuan Bac
View of the training class to improve productivity and quality, build product brands and e-commerce skills – Photo Xuan Bac

The training course is organized into 04 sessions in a face-to-face format to ensure compliance with the 5K principle in preventing the covid-19 epidemic with the participation and guidance of experts from the Institute of IT – National University. Gia HN, National Economics University, Center for Science, Technology and Environment, Department of Information and Communications of Nam Dinh province… with rich and diverse content such as good agricultural production practices (GAP), business on e-commerce, logistics in e-commerce, traceability, digital financial solutions or developing corporate brands in the digital environment…

Mr. Tran Van Phiet - Vice Chairman in charge of Nam Dinh Provincial Cooperative Alliance delivered the opening speech of the training class - Photo Xuan Bac
Mr. Tran Van Phiet – Vice Chairman in charge of Nam Dinh Provincial Cooperative Alliance delivered the opening speech of the training class – Photo Xuan Bac

The goal of the training course is to provide solutions for local production cooperatives with knowledge about e-commerce and direct operations on the e-commerce platforms vcamart.vn of the Vietnam Cooperative Alliance. , voso of Viettel, postmart of the Post Office or logistics operations in e-commerce, building a traceability system for products, ways to build cooperative product brands on digital platforms or apply Digital financial solutions, loan support for cooperatives.

Staff of the Center for Science, Technology and Environment instructs cooperatives to use the Cooperative Product Consumption Portal vcamart.vn - Photo Duc Thuan
Staff of the Center for Science, Technology and Environment instructs cooperatives to use the Cooperative Product Consumption Portal vcamart.vn – Photo Duc Thuan

Mr. Tran Van Phiet, Vice Chairman in charge of the Cooperative Alliance of Nam Dinh province affirmed, “The content of the topics shared in the training course are all new and topical, and will support cooperatives.” From production to consumption, it is essential for cooperatives to adapt to the complicated context of the covid-19 epidemic in localities.”

Sharing with the training class, Mr. Trinh Anh Tuan, Director of the Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Services (VietPRO) under the Center for Science, Technology and Environment – Vietnam Cooperative Alliance said: Recently, group 503 of the Vietnam Cooperative Alliance system and the Cooperative Alliance of provinces and cities have supported the connection and consumption of hundreds of tons of food and necessities of all kinds, including significant contributions from Cooperative product consumption information portal vcamart.vn. Due to the impact of the covid-19 epidemic, consumers’ buying habits have changed, so the cooperative’s production methods, consumption channels and sales methods must also change to adapt. If we don’t change, we will soon be eliminated.”

Experts share topics of the training class - Photo Minh Nghia
Experts share topics of the training class – Photo Minh Nghia

In particular, on this occasion, the Center for Science, Technology and Environment – Vietnam Cooperative Alliance commits to free support for all costs of creating, using and maintaining traceability on the hoptacxa.vn system for customers. products of participating cooperatives.

Interface of hoptacxa.vn origin traceability system of the Vietnam Cooperative Alliance - Photo Minh Nghia
Interface of hoptacxa.vn origin traceability system of the Vietnam Cooperative Alliance – Photo Minh Nghia

To ensure the effectiveness of the training course. The Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Services has sent staff to directly share and provide hand-on guidance to students and support cooperatives in registering accounts on the hoptacxa.vn origin traceability system. and upload products to the Cooperative Product Consumption Portal (VcaMart.vn) of the Vietnam Cooperative Alliance.

Students receive direct guidance and hand-holding from technical staff - Photo Xuan Bac
Students receive direct guidance and hand-holding from technical staff – Photo Xuan Bac

Mr. Tran Xuan Huong – Representative of the Department of Information and Communications of Nam Dinh province further shared: “E-commerce in Vietnam will continue to play an important role in supporting local cooperatives in the digital transformation process, Accessing technology and applying e-commerce to develop cooperatives, develop products and expand consumption markets in the new context.”

Solution providers also commit to accompanying cooperatives. Ready to send staff to the site to support cooperative members when required or having difficulty uploading products to the traceability system and e-commerce trading floor.

Participating in the course is a good opportunity for cooperatives to update safe, standard-compliant production methods, develop more modern sales channels in the context of complicated epidemic developments, and is a demonstration. for digital transformation from nuclear, a transformation for the 4.0 technology era and digital economy.

Anh Tuan – VietPRO Center

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