Paprika Radio to examine trends and developments in Vietnam’s horticulture

SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA, Webinar organiser, radio broadcaster, content marketing specialist and networking event organiser Jungle Talks, in association with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency, have been examining trends and developments in Vietnam’s horticultural industry. The first programme on Paprika Radio was on 6 May. The next session will be this Thursday 13 May (16.00 – 17.00 CET).

Many horticultural entrepreneurs have an active business in Vietnam, and they all have stories to tell.

In the first of these two radio programmes exploring the future of Vietnam’s horticultural industry, radio host Ed Smit had a round table with five guests: Willem Schoustra,  Dutch Agricultural Counsellor in Vietnam, Gerrit Bulk, general manager BeJo Vietnam, Hoshi Lin and Robert Wang,  general manager and marketing manager at Royal Base /Apollo Farms) and Rene van Rensen, R&D Director Fresh Studio, will take the listeners on an inspiring horticultural journey to a fascinating country.

In the second episode, radio host Ed Smit will ask his guests what the rest of the world can learn and expect from Vietnam’s buoyant horticultural industry, discussing four specific themes.

Several regions in Vietnam, especially Dalat, have a benign climate for the production of fresh produce, cut flowers, and young plants. Labour availability, cost, and productivity are the key attributes of the labour market.

‘Jungle Talks to Vietnam’ is powered by Paprika Tasty Radio and Jungle Talks and supported by Netherlands Enterprise Agency. Following previous shows in Dutch, the programme broadcasts in English and will also be made available as a podcast. In addition, the recordings will be available to foreign radio stations as syndicate radio.

Tune in on Thursday 13 May via l at 16.00 hrs CET.

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