Selling to South Korea and Ecommerce in Asia Seminars
Thursday 28th March 2019
UKFT, 3 Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London, WC1N 3AR
UKFT is hosting a morning briefing covering firstly the dynamic South Korean market followed by a session on how working through Singapore could be an attractive gateway for online sales to China and other ASEAN markets. This morning briefing is split into two parts. Delegates can attend one or both sessions.
Please book each session through the individual links above.
In Selling to South Korea, hear from the British Chamber of Commerce in Korea (BCCK) on the power of domestic conglomerates, department stores and distributors, as well as the trends in ecommerce, m-commerce and home shopping. The event will outline which UK brands are performing well, where lessons can be learned and where the opportunities lie.
BCCK can also provide an overview of regulations and labelling requirements, as well as the implications for UK brands post-Brexit.
In Ecommerce in Asia, discover how working through Singapore could be a way to successfully sell online to China and other ASEAN markets.
At the forefront of ecommerce adoption, and exceptionally well-positioned in attracting venture capital from across the world, Singapore dominates the digital landscape in South East Asia. It also has excellent and long-standing trading connections with its neighbours in China and a well-established air hub.
SEED (the Singapore Ecommerce Enterprises Development office) is a consortium of Singapore companies, pooling resources to offer a one-stop solution to handle everything from market access. to marketing and logistics to make trade with these important markets a real possibility.
Tickets are free for UKFT members, booking required with a limit of 2 tickets per person. Tickets for non-members are £20 per session. Please book each session through the link separately.