Top U.S. and Korean Companies to Converge at 2010 Global Partnering Day
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Free international event kicks off October 26, 2021 with top biomedical, telecommunication and technology companies participating

NEW YORK -- The epicenter of the technology world moves to Basking Ridge, NJ when "2010 Global Partnering Day," sponsored by the Korean Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), kicks off later this month. The conference is free for businesses to attend, and it brings together companies seeking the most innovative and creative technology in the U.S. market. It will be held Tuesday October 26th at 8:30AM EDT (US & Canada) at the Dolce Hotels and Resorts.

American and global companies in the medical device and telecommunication industry are cordially invited to attend this exciting event at no cost.

Leaders from the U.S. and South Korea will convene to discuss and discover business collaboration strategies, including research and development, mergers and acquisitions, licensing, tech transfer, and sourcing. This annual conference, hosted by the Ministry of Knowledge Economy of Korea, has successfully linked top U.S. and Korean biomedical, telecommunication and technology companies, creating lasting global partnerships.

Recognized as one of the top conferences of its kind, "Global Partnering Day" has a history of bringing out notable participants, such as IBM, Alcatel-Lucent, DuPont, Honeywell, Motorola, and Texas Instruments.

Registration is required to attend the event, but the conference is complimentary. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with top Korean executives to explore the possibilities of collaborating together. Some South Korean companies will participate in the conference live from South Korea.

The South Korean Government and KOTRA have taken remarkable steps in leading the biotechnology, medical equipment, telecommunication equipment/parts industries, creating fascinating growth in the country and worldwide.

For conference registration and additional details, visit the "2010 Global Partnering Day" website at www.globalpartneringday.com.

ABOUT KOTRA

KOTRA is a non-profit government organization that functions to provide marketing support, business matchmaking, and market research services. Since its establishment in 1962, KOTRA has been dedicated to promoting trade and direct investment in Korea's various industry sectors. KOTRA's 93 branch Korea Business Centers are located in the major cities of 78 countries. In the United States alone, there are eight Korea Business Centers. For more information, please visit english.kotra.or.kr.

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Contact information:


Jayden Rhee
646.248.8664
jrhee@formulatedinsight.com

Kate Lim
212.826.0900
keesun.lim@gmail.com



SOURCE KOTRA

Jayden Rhee, +1-646-248-8664, jrhee@formulatedinsight.com, or Kate Lim, +1-212-826-0900, keesun.lim@gmail.com, both for KOTRA

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