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Korea Innovation Center Washington (KIC DC) Co-Hosts SPECIAL VIRTUAL LEAGUE of LANDING FIRMS FROM S. KOREA 2020, September 15, 22, 29



WASHINGTON – September 11, 2020 – (Newswire.com)

Korea Innovation Center Washington DC (www.KICDC.org) is partnering up with the Global Chamber® (www.KICDC.org) to bring together 15 South Korean companies, in high-tech fields, for a special virtual program.

The companies will present their innovative products and services remotely from S. Korea in their search for potential investors, buyers, distributors, and strategic partners in the US, and expect to receive feedback and global tips and connections from the panel of international business experts.

This event, featuring the latest in Korean technology, will be hosted as three sessions on three different dates, each with five of the S. Korean companies. The three sessions are: Focus on Technology for People (September 15); Focus on Technology for Commercial (September 22); and Focus on Technology for Home & Office (September 29), during which each company will present live from South Korea. The virtual programming time is 10 am Eastern and 11 pm Seoul. For more information, or to register for the event, please click: HERE

Mr. Jung H. Moon, Director General at Korea Innovation Center Washington, said, “In this time of the COVID-19 Pandemic, where international business development and expansion are significantly challenged due to travel restrictions, I am delighted to team up with Global Chamber to utilize its unique virtual platform of global connections, which helps Korean tech companies continue to connect, explore, develop, and grow globally.”

S. Korea, one of the world’s top 15 economies with a population of 55 million, has been winning against COVID-19 without total or partial economic lock-down. The country stands for high tech, from mobile communications to consumer electronics.

For more information or inquiries, please send an email to Brian Han at [email protected]

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 US 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.

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