Every month, different organizations in Korea host events that provide expats with the opportunity to network and build business connections. Whether it be a seminar, social event, trade show, or casual sundowner, these networking events can help expats get connected and better involved with the business community in the ROK.
Here at 10 Magazine, we’ve compiled a list of 10 networking events happening in Seoul this July.
This is a special event on ALIS, a new social media concept that provides access to reliable articles, news, and people using blockchain. The seminar will provide more information on ALIS and how to use it. The founder of ALIS will talk about the project and its impact o n Japan’s economy. For more information about the venue, check outBitcoin Center Korea.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Korea is hosting an event on July 3 at WeWork Seoul Square. The committee meeting will touch on how the sharing economy is changing the world and the way we live. Matthew Shampine, the General Manager of WeWork Korea, and Dr. Peter Allen, Managing Director of Agoda Outside, will be speaking at this event. You need to RSVP and pay by noon, Friday, June 29, 2018 to attend. For more information about the venue, check out the listing of WeWork Seoul Square on our 10 Directory.
The British Chamber of Commerce in Korea has organized a Special Breakfast with the City of London’s Lord Mayor, Mr. Alderman Charles Bowman, and the head of the Fintech Center Korea, Professor Jung Yoo-Shin. Both members and non-members of the BCCK are welcome to join in on the event, which will take place on the 6th floor of the Four Seasons Hotel. You need to register for the event by noon, Friday, July 6. Cancellations will not be accepted after this time. For more information about the venue, check out the listing of the Four Seasons Hotel on our 10 Directory.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Korea will be hosting its general membership meeting on July 13 at the Millennium Seoul Hilton Grand Ballroom. Both members and non-members are welcome to join. This meeting will feature Kim Dong Yeon, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Strategy and Finance, as the main speaker. The event will include networking, lunch, fireside chat, and a Q&A. You need to RSVP and pay by noon, Thursday, July 12 to attend. For more information about the venue, check out the listing of Millennium Seoul Hilton on our 10 Directory.
The Korea Smart Device Trade Show (KITAS) exhibition will showcase smart devices, accessories, VR/AR devices, and more to the public at Coex Hall D from July 14-16. You can get early bird tickets for half off through this website if you purchase your ticket before July 13. For more information about the venue, check out the listing of COEX on our 10 Directory.
The theme of this year’s Seoul Illustration Fair is “Play with Art.” Showcasing artworks from almost 100 world renowned artists through a “Mixed_Melted” special exhibition, this 4-day event is filled with events and programs including an Augmented Reality (AR) event which will allow visitors to interact with the artwork. For more information about the venue, check out the listing of COEX on our 10 Directory.
Handyarty Korea, also known as Handmade Korea, is a 4-day event that will take place in Hall C of COEX. Hosting 800 booths from over 20 countries alongside 700 exhibitions, the events will features paintings, sculptures, photos, calligraphy, and more. Performances such as live painting, a fashion show, performance art, and more will also make for an interactive experience. For more information about the venue, check out the listing of COEX on our 10 Directory.