The nation of Vietnam is spread over 3,260 km coastline in the eastern portion of mainland Southeast Asia and is home to a population of 90 million people. There has been a long-standing history of agriculture and livestock industry and more recently has been undergone a structural change involving a move toward intensive system and industrial standard.
During the event, we caught up with Nthabiseng, the Deputy Director of Resource Based Industries Invest South Africa, on her thoughts about the Feed to Food value chain exhibition and opportunities for South African companies in her profession to penetrate and reach the quality sources and high demand customers from the huge potential market of Vietnam.
Could you tell us a bit about yourself and why are you here?
My name is Nthabiseng Maude Mthethwa. I come with my colleagues from South Africa. This is the first time we are here. We are here today to come and scope the exhibition, see how the exhibition is and get a look and feel how the physical exhibition here in Southeast Asia is. Also, the main purpose is to address our concerns about the chances of bringing our representative companies from South Africa here.