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Businesses need to cooperate in order to improve productivity and innovation, according Dr. Michael Porter, the father of modern strategy. We know this is true for Vietnamese tourism and hospitality.

Our businesses compete with each other, but they also compete against Thailand and Japan, even Peru and South Africa. Each time a tourist visits Vietnam instead of another country, our market gets larger. There is opportunity for us all to benefit.

That is the idea behind Dulichable, Vietnam’s tourism and hospitality marketing magazine. It is written by tourism experts, for tourism experts. It shares advice to make your company, and Vietnamese tourism, stronger.

Dulichable is a service of Clickable Vietnam, a tourism and hospitality marketing agency. Article suggestions are welcome here.

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