South Korea: Expanding Business Opportunities

South Korea remains a beacon of U.S. interests as our adamant ally for the last 70 years and currently our sixth-largest trading partner. Following the signing of the revamped U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement last month, the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) announces the opening of their 8th U.S. trade office in Atlanta, giving Georgia and the Southeast even more access to the powerhouse of Asia.

This is good news for metro Atlanta, which boasts an estimated Korean population of over 120,000 and many Korean community organizations and companies. On October 26, we will celebrate the opening of KOTRA and an expert panel will discuss how the new KOTRA trade office will benefit both Georgia and South Korea.

Featuring:

  • Dev Ahuja, CFO, Novelis
  • Tom Croteau, Deputy Commissioner at the GA Dept of Economic Development
  • Craig Lesser, Managing Partner, The Pendleton Group LLC
  • Jeff McCorstin, President, Global Customs Brokerage, UPS

By registering, I understand that photos and/or video will be taken at this program, and agree that these materials may be used for promotional purposes.  Please contact the programming team with questions: info@wacatlanta.org.

Friday, October 26 at 11:30am to 1:30pm

The Buckhead Club, Suite 2600 3344 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30326

Tags

World Affairs Council of Atlanta

Cost

$30 Members - $50 Non-Members

Department
World Affairs Council of Atlanta
Add to calendar

Event Registration Required

This event requires registration.