The Panel: Korea – Your Business Partner in Dresden
In January 2018 there will be a high-grade networking panel in cooperation with the Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy taking place in Dresden. Registration is only possible via personal invitation.
Participation and Organisational Information:
Host: Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy (MoTIE), Korea core Industrial Technology Investment Association (KITIA)
Venue: Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe
Neumarkt 9 - 01067 Dresden -
Date & Time: January 2018
from 10.00 am - till 01.00pm
Networking – Benefit from the opportunity to make direct contacts and initiate business deals to Korean representatives and German business partners.
Registration: Quick and easy on our website.
Sufficient parking facilities available.
In case of any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.
South Korea is one of the four Tiger countries: About fifty years ago South Korea was an isolated agricultural country on the same level with poor African or Asian states. Since the 1960s the country has developed at a rapid rate into one of the most important national economies worldwide taking global leadership in several technology sectors.
On its journey through Germany the Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy would like to find new co-operation partners for Korea.
The group of participants consists of a small, intimate group with representatives from producing German companies, from the Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy and various representatives from different areas.
The aim of the panel is to give you an insight into the economic and investment policies of the South Korean government. Furthermore you receive valuable information about country strategies and the Korean market.
Benefit from mutual knowledge exchange and from the opportunity to make direct contacts and initiate business deals to Korean representatives and German business partners. Furthermore the focus is on interaction, consulting and mutual support which will be your benefit from the panal at the same time.
The presentations will be translated simulatenously into German/Korean
Participation fee: free of charge
Closing date: 24 January 2018