Gwinnett & the State of Georgia agree to two-year term with the Small and medium Business Corporation (SBC) of Korea

By | September 4, 2009 at 1:49 pm | No comments | Georgia, Global Business, News Archive, Small Business | Tags: ,

>Gwinnett County, Metro Atlanta, GA – On stage, last week, at the Incheon Global Fair & Festival in Korea, Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development Vice President Nick Masino announced the agreement between his organization, the State of Georgia and the Small and medium Business Corporation (SBC) of Korea to host a liaison officer for a two-year term. The Korean Liaison Officer from the SBC will work to identify business opportunities between small and medium enterprises (SME) in the State of Georgia and Gwinnett County and the Republic of Korea.

“This is a rare opportunity for economic development organizations to host an agent of business development from another country,” commented Masino. “We count it a true privilege and wonderful opportunity to further expand the solid Korean business foundations already present in Gwinnett and the State of Georgia.”

Ken Stewart, Commissioner of Economic Development for the State of Georgia, commented, “Our local communities are a strategic part of what we do at the state level for business development and recruitment. Each one has its own unique value and strength to add to the collective package that we market as the State of Georgia and Gwinnett offers much in the way of Korean business opportunity.”


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