Press Release – updated: Oct 15, 2020 10:01 EDT
WASHINGTON, October 15, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Fifteen high-tech companies from South Korea had the chance to present their cutting-edge technology to an audience made of participants all over the world, thanks to virtual meeting capabilities. Korea Innovation Center Washington DC (KIC DC) (www.KICDC.org) and the Global Chamber of Commerce® (www.globalchamber.org) hosted the event, which took place on Sept. 15, 22, and 29.
Featuring Korea’s latest technologies, the event comprised of three sessions, each focused on a different theme: Technology for People (September 15); Technology for Commercial (September 22); and Technology for Home & Office (September 29), during which each company presented live from South Korea to the audiences participating from the U.S. and other countries
The Korean companies introduced their innovative, sophisticated, and practical goods and services via the virtual conference to potential investors, buyers, distributors, and strategic partners in the U.S. and received various feedback and global tips from the panel of international business experts, as well as networking opportunities with global participants.
“Amid the pandemic, where international business development is significantly challenged due to physical restrictions, I am sure that this special event has been much more meaningful than ever, not just Korean companies, but also for many investors and partners who want to expand their horizon and explore more opportunities,” said Jung H. Moon, Director General at KIC DC.
South Korea, one of the advanced economies with a remarkable economic success story, has been a model case for COVID-19 response worldwide. The country stands for high-tech industries, from mobile communications to consumer electronics.
About KIC Washington DC
Korea Innovation Center Washington DC is a non-profit organization, funded by the Korean government with the mission of creating and improving the global startup ecosystem. It has discovered and incubated promising Korean tech startups by connecting market experts with top-tier accelerators that provide industry-specific training programs. More than 100 Korean startups have participated in KIC (Washington DC) program annually and interacted with mentors and market enablers. KIC would always welcome partners from various sectors to build a vibrant network across the U.S. and Korea.
About Global Chamber®
Global Chamber® is a member-supported B2B organization whose mission is to foster international business, trade, and investment. It is a thriving and collaborating community of CEOs, executives, and professionals growing businesses across 525 metropolitan regions around the world. We leverage technology and our collective global networks to help member companies grow, reduce risk, be more productive, and succeed faster. Global Chamber® is the only organization in hundreds of locations with the mission to grow business from anywhere to anywhere while collaborating with every organization. For more info, visit GlobalChamber.org or call 1-888-476-9845.
Source: Korea Innovation Center