Getting back in the travel groove for 2022

Getting back in the travel groove for 2022

The past two years have been unprecedented for the majority of the world. Michael Piro, COO of Indochina Capital and CEO of Wink Hotels, forecasts hospitality trends for 2022.
30 years of accompanying the country’s key economic sectors part3

30 years of accompanying the country’s key economic sectors part3

VIR has earned praise from international organisations, embassies, experts, and across the business community as it provides them with insightful and useful information on the ups and downs of the country’s exciting economic development.
Bank and real estate giants team up

Bank and real estate giants team up

Indochina Kajima Development Ltd., a joint venture from Indochina Capital and Kajima Corporation, last week signed a strategic partnership with VietinBank with the aim to provide the market with innovative real estate that addresses both current and future demands.
Foreign investment continues to flow into hospitality market

Foreign investment continues to flow into hospitality market

The hospitality industry has struggled in the past year, but despite the challenges, foreign investors are still debuting new properties in Vietnam.
Cross-border dealmaking bridging expectations

Cross-border dealmaking bridging expectations

Asia-Pacific and the continent as a whole has been and continues to attract a lot of foreign investment, having cemented its position as the region with the highest growth rates in the world, drawing in foreign investors and private equity funds by the droves.
Wealth creation amid the coronavirus conundrum

Wealth creation amid the coronavirus conundrum

The increasing spread of COVID-19 has led to major disruptions across all markets, and the International Monetary Fund has said that the economic fallout is worse than that of the 2007/2008 subprime crisis.
Vietnam’s coasts remain an enticing investment magnet

Vietnam’s coasts remain an enticing investment magnet

Vietnam has a long coastline and numerous islands boasting vast potential for developing coastal urban areas and tourist properties.
Indochina Capital and Wínk Hotels assess preferences of Vietnamese travellers

Indochina Capital and Wínk Hotels assess preferences of Vietnamese travellers

In the midst of Vietnam’s second wave of COVID-19, Indochina Capital and Wínk Hotels surveyed the travel habits and preferences of Vietnamese travellers.
Capturing the upside in a downturn

Capturing the upside in a downturn

The COVID-19 pandemic is undoubtedly the most severe health crisis we have encountered in our lifetime, unleashing the worse economic downturn since the Great Depression, and the virus became a recurring topic in the Monthly Briefing on the World Economic Situation and Prospects, where its severe direct and indirect economic impacts on specific sectors are discussed.
New regulations the first step towards condotel resurgence

New regulations the first step towards condotel resurgence 1

Several years ago, a large wave of condotels was introduced to the market across Vietnam. According to the Ministry of Construction, since 2014 the coastal areas and islands such as Van Don, Halong, Danang, Nha Trang, Mui Ne, and Phu Quoc have all seen a boom in condotel supply.
Quality to trump alleged slowdown

Quality to trump alleged slowdown

While the real estate market is going through momentary growth pains, Michael Piro, chief operating officer of Indochina Capital, discusses with Ngoc Huong how the domestic market recognises excellence, and which road the developer, real estate advisor, buyer, and seller will take.
Dot marks the spot to Indochine 2.0 lifestyle

Dot marks the spot to Indochine 2.0 lifestyle

In anticipation of the opening of the first Wínk Hotel in the summer of 2020, Indochina Capital have launched a bilingual online lifestyle publication – a cultural guide to Vietnam with music mixes, city guides, radio shows, podcasts, and much more.
Staying true after all these years

Staying true after all these years

Roughly 28 years have passed since the day that Peter Ryder, founder and CEO of Indochina Capital, first visited his business in Vietnam. The US businessman shared with VIR’s Quynh Chau his thoughts about this long journey, his love for Vietnam, and his ambitious plans in the country.
The Zei caters to demanding buyers

The Zei caters to demanding buyers 1

As homebuyers are becoming more selective amidst the abundant supply of luxury homes in the market, a new phenomenon is seemingly emerging as an ideal model which can meet all the criteria of overseas investors.
Excitement rises in Vietnam’s real estate

Excitement rises in Vietnam’s real estate

Indochina Strategic, Indochina Capital’s real estate advisory arm, was recently recognised as one of Vietnam’s best property consultancy firms at the IPAX Asia Pacific Awards in Bangkok.
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