The first showcase event, featuring trendsetting Korean fabric manufacturer KyungChin Corporation, will be held in New York City, the fashion and fabric capital of the world, from June 12-14, 2012. If you happen to miss this showcase, KyungChin Corporation can arrange video conferencing using software such as Skype or organize another showcase meeting on one of Mr.Kim’s periodic trips to New York.
During these 3 days, Mr. Kim Hong Dae, President of KyungChin Corporation, will be taking one-on-one business meetings with potential U.S. business partners who wish to learn more about the company’s vision, objectives, and innovative products. It’s an exclusive opportunity that could create lasting partnerships between U.S. buyers and a top Korean fabric and textile manufacturer.
“This really is an exciting opportunity for both our company and those in the U.S. apparel industry that are looking for new partnership opportunities to take their business to the next level,” explained Mr. Kim Hong Dae. “We manufacture high quality, trendsetting fabrics that have been making a splash in the U.S. market for years, and we’re looking for new companies to join our list of partners that already includes more than 20 U.S. companies.”
“I will be personally taking meetings from June 12-14 with any U.S. company interested in learning more about our fabrics and potential partnership opportunities,”
Details on this showcase are as follows:
Date: Tuesday, June 12 – Thursday, June 14, 2012
Host: KITA (Korea International Trade Association)
To register or find out more details, visit http://tradesouthkorea.org
About KITA (Korea International Trade Association)
The Korea International Trade Association (KITA) is a representative economic organization with a membership of more than 71,000 Korean trading and manufacturing companies. KITA's primary mission is to contribute to expanding multilateral trade between Korea and other countries around the world. In keeping with this mission, KITA provides member companies with its convenient eTrade system, hosts internationally recognized conventions and exhibitions, and trains experts in the trade and IT industries. KITA also supports its members by providing them with trade information and data from the Institute for International Trade. Every year, KITA sends various trade and investment missions overseas to promote trade with Korea.