Korea is a country rich in history and culture. With a history of over 5,000 years and significant economic growth and prosperity achieved within one generation, Korea is now one of the G-20 major economies and has a market economy that ranks 15th in the world. With social relations grounded in ancient Confucianism and modern business culture that fast paced and forward-thinking, Korea is a country that needs closer attention and understanding by Australian business.
Over a gourmet breakfast, Associate Professor of Korean Studies at UWA, Kyu Shin will be providing an essential insight into the culture of Korean people and Pierre Lim-Fat from Quiet Acoustics, will speak about his personal experience in building relationships and negotiations with Korean companies.
Purpose of this workshop To provide valuable and important insights for Australian businesses who are wanting to, or are currently doing business with Korea
Who should attend this workshop
- General Managers
- Business Development Managers
- HR Managers
- Contacts & Procurement Managers
- Anyone involved in building business relationships & wanting to develop their cultural knowledge
Date: Tuesday 11th of June Time: 7.15am for a 7.30am start - 9.30am Where: The University Club of Western Australia, Hackett Drive. Please use Entrance 1, Car park 3 for easier accessibility
Cost Early Bird (ends May 29th): $135 per ticket or $1300 for corporate Table (10)
Cost Standard : $150 per ticket or $1450 for corporate table (10)
For more information:
Contact Ben Bailey-Smith on 08 9339 7079 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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