• Korea South & Southeast Asia business Coalition to Host ‘Business Week’
    2019-06-17 hit 469

    Korea South & Southeast Asia business Coalition to Host Business Week


    - For two days from 24th at COEX, Samseong-dong will support Korean companies make inroads into new southern region with the forum and one-on-one business meetings -


    Korea South & Southeast Asia business Coalition (Chairman, chairman Kim Young-joo of the Korea International Trade Association) announced that it will hold '2019 Korea-ASEAN & India Business Week' at COEX in Samseong-dong in cooperation with the Presidential Committee on New Southern Policy for two days starting from June 24th 


    This event provides a venue for business exchanges where the large number of companies from new southern region such as ASEAN and India under the theme of Digital Economy, One-Asia. The forum consist of dialogues and seminars and the one-on-one business meetings with the big buyers from new southern area will seek the ways to cooperate with the new and southern countries and provide support for Korean companies to expand their export channels.


    In the dialogue held on the 25th, global e-commerce companies such as Lazada, Shopee and Expedia, Thailand's largest shared office start-up Hubba, and venture capitalists such as Invest India and Kejora Ventures will participate. They will discuss the use of e-commerce in the new souther countries, the start-up ecosystem and the success stories of tech start-ups, and the vision and cooperation measures of smart mobility.


    50 large retailers from each country will be invited to one-on-one business meetings held during the event. Purchasing personnel in cosmetics, home appliances, healthcare and others will participate in the meetings and carry out consultations with 300 Korean companies.


    The registration is available at KITAs website ( for the companies who want to participate in the Business Week.  


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