South Korea has one of the most favourable business environments in Asia due to a strong emphasis on infrastructure, a highly educated and skilled workforce and improved standards of corporate governance. And now’s the time for Canadian companies to get their foot in the door.
The Canada Chamber of Commerce in Korea is holding a free seminar to highlight how to do business in Korea and to educate Canadian companies on Korea’s Saemangeum development project, a unique national project to build a global city on reclaimed land on the west coast of Korea, directly across from China. This initiative will provide access to Korea’s 50 million consumer market, as well as China’s 1.3 billion consumers. A broad range of investment incentives has been developed to encourage businesses to take advantage of the opportunity.
Korea’s current business environment, coupled with the Saemangeum project and the recently ratified Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement giving unprecedented access to South Korea’s $1.1 trillion economy, is creating some promising opportunities for Canadian entrepreneurs.
Join the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Korea’s Doing Business & Investing in Korea Seminar on Thursday, October 15th, 2015 in Toronto for the opportunity to meet visiting Korean government officials and learn about new investment opportunities and how to expand your business there.
Seating is limited, so register at email@example.com