Buy2Sell has launched a cosmetics store at Lotte Mart Vietnam, offering attractive choices and new selections of high-end cosmetic brands from Europe, South Korea, and the U.NS.
"Buy2Sell will continue to act as a strategic partner of Lotte Vietnam, distributing goods and developing brand identity for foreign companies through Lotte Mart's distribution system for long time, broader coverage," a Buy2Sell representative said.
Lotte Mart is a retail brand of South Korea's Lotte Group, a major supermarket chain in Asia.It currently has 46 stores in Indonesia, 14 stores in Vietnam and 123 stores in Korea.
A Buy2Sell store in Lotte Mart Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City.Buy2Sell's photo.
On March 24, Buy2Sell opened a new store in SC Vivo City, specializing in a wide range of unique international appliances, accessories, gifts, food and beverage, electronics and pet products.
SC Vivo City is an all-in-one destination with five floors, offering the latest fashion products, hypermarkets, movie theaters, restaurants, entertainment, education and lifestyle brands.The shopping center has a total area of 62,000 square meters.
Since 2015, Buy2Sell Vietnam has distributed a diverse range of branded goods to the medium and high-end Vietnamese market.
The company has signed distribution agreements with thousands of international suppliers and distributed over 200,000 items, including cosmetics, food and beverage, fashion, household appliances, pharmaceuticals and electronics items, imported from over 60 countries around the world.
Buy2Sell Vietnam's representatives.Buy2Sell's photo.
Buy2sell new stores:
SC VivoCity Mall: Floor 03 - K3B1, No. 1058 Nguyen Van Linh, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City
Lotter Mart: No.469 Nguyen Huu Tho, Tan Hung Ward, District 7, HCMC.
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