I’m taking a week off from sharing commentary on the Korean car brands, market entry best practices, the Korean presidential impeachment, the indictment of Samsung’s de facto leader, and North Korean sword rattling.
However, beginning next week a Korea 201 program on Korea corporate and business culture will have me back in The OC (Orange County, home to the US HQs for Hyundai Motor, Kia Motors, Genesis, MOBIS Parts, Innocean, GLOVIS, Autoever, the California design centers, and Hyundai Capital. )
Amid meetings, days are filling up, but times are still open on Wednesday and Thursday.
As always, Text, Facebook Message, Linkedin Message or Email, and we can arrange a time. Or, Stacey email@example.com, my assistant can schedule us a time to meet, or chat by phone. For all urgent matters, Text me at 310-866-3777
If you have not had an opportunity to read my recent articles, here are the links
Globalization Requires a Better Process for Korean Car Makers – Lessons https://brandinginasia.com/attracting-top-talent/
Analysis: South Korea – Four Best Practices for Market Entry https://brandinginasia.com/south-korea-market-entry-2/
Inside Look: South Korea – Market Entry and Barriers https://brandinginasia.com/south-korea-market-entry/
Creative Culture vs. Process in South Korea https://brandinginasia.com/creative-culture-korea/