Benefits and Challenges of Expanding your Business into the Republic of Korea
Part 1: U.S. Companies That Want to Do Business in Korea
Please join Holland & Knight's Korea Practice and the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce – International Business Council for a two-part series on cross-border business between the United States and the Republic of Korea.
Part 1 in this series will explore the benefits and challenges facing U.S. companies that want to conduct business in Korea. Speakers will explain programs in Korea designed to attract foreign investment, provide proven strategies for exploring business opportunities in Korea, share practical advice for navigating the regulatory environment and introduce organizations that can help U.S. companies make a seamless entry into the Korean market.
- Why Korea presents an attractive market for U.S. businesses
- Considerations for U.S. companies when expanding overseas, including in Korea
- Local regulatory issues presented when conducting business in Korea
- Real-life experiences from companies that have successfully expanded into Korea
We hope you can join us for this highly informative presentation.
Jan Mul | Director of International Business Investment, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority
David S. Cole | Korea Practice Chair and Partner, Holland & Knight
Sung-Hoon (Sonny) Im | International Practice Group Co-Chair, DR & AJU
Hongseok Choi | Executive Director, Invest Seoul Center
Caroline (You Kyung) Chung | Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Commercial Service
Ellen Meinhart | International Trade Manager, Northern Region, Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP)