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08/11/2021

17:00 - 18:00 Korean time, 9:00 - 10:00 CET

Webinar

Korean and English

Background

South Korea and Luxembourg have much in common. They both pursue economic diversification strategies based on innovation and forward looking goals.

Join our webinar to explore the opportunities for growth and cooperation between companies in South Korea and Luxembourg.

Luxembourg – the ideal European business location

Luxembourg has been putting in place its forward looking data innovation strategy for several years already, investing in becoming Europe’s most sustainable and trusted data economy.

Luxembourg’s digital infrastructure, already outstanding in terms of connectivity, cybersecurity expertise and secure data storage capacities, is being further boosted, by the business-oriented high performance computer (HPC) MeluXina launched in spring 2021, one of several other public and private initiatives to help businesses innovate and grow nationally and internationally.

Combined with a pro-business environment and policies, a solid and stable economy, an international talent pool, and classed as the most international country in Europe, Luxembourg should definitely be on your map of countries to explore as you look to expand your business across Europe.  Learn more.

Common sustainability goals and a promising partnership

Promoting sustainable growth and mitigating climate change are major priorities in both South Korea and Luxembourg. Cleantech is one of the priority sectors of Luxembourg’s data-driven innovation strategy, and the South Korean government is actively supporting companies in the fields of smart mobility and green technologies. ASEIC, the ASEM SMEs Eco-Innovation centre, operating under the Korean Ministry of SMEs and Startups recently signed an MoU with the Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy, supported by Luxinnovation, to set up a Smart Green Business Centre in Luxembourg.

Agenda:

  • 17:00 – 17:05 – Introduction and moderation by Ms Younhee Kim Executive Director Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office, Seoul
  • 17:05 – 17:20 – Opportunities for growth in Luxembourg and across the European market by Mr David Foy, Head of International Business Development Digital Economy at Luxinnovation, including a testimonial from Mr Taekang Kim from Amazon Luxembourg.
  • 17:20 – 17:30 – Opportunities for cooperation with Luxembourgish companies by Mr Joost Ortjens, Head of International Business Development Automotive and Smart Mobility at Luxinnovation, including a testimonial from a representative from IEE
  • 17:30 – 17:40 – Promoting sustainable growth and collaboration, by Mr Georges Schaaf Head of International Business Development, Cleantech at Luxinnovation including a testimonial from a representative from ASEIC.
  • 17:40 – 17:50 – Q&A
  • 17:50 – 17:55 – Testimonials from Koreans Living and working in Luxembourg
  • 17:55 – 18:00 – Wrap up and conclusions, Jenny Hällen Hedberg, Head of International Business Development at Luxinnovation

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