Non-Contact Export Consultation Carried Out With 20 Korean Digital Content Companies and 37 ASEAN Companies Prior to Singapore ICT Exhibition ‘ConnecTechAsia’
– Korean digital content companies and ASEAN companies and buyers participated in the non-contact export consultation from July 5 to 9 and drew a great attention
– “Efficient consultation across various fields and the expansion of business exchange through CTA online exhibition are expected,” a CTA official said
The Korean digital content companies supported by MOIBA have successfully finished a non-contact export consultation with ASEAN countries.
The consultation was performed prior to the online Singapore ICT exhibition ‘CommunicAsia 2021-ConnecTechAsia (CTA)’ which is held from July 14 to 16 hosted by IMDA and sponsored by Informa Tech. 20 digital content (DC) companies from Korea, a ‘digital powerhouse,’ are participating in the exhibition.
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“Most ASEAN countries are highly interested in the Korean DC industry, promoting an active digital transition policy. We expect that local buyers and Korean companies would establish good terms through this CTA online exhibition.”
At the consultation for 5 days from July 5, 20 Korean DC companies and 37 agencies and companies in ASEAN countries including VCs were joined, bringing a spike of interest for the expansion of the industrial exchange in the future in various fields.
A CTA official said, “Most ASEAN countries are highly interested in the Korean DC industry, promoting an active digital transition policy. We expect that local buyers and Korean companies would establish good terms through this CTA online exhibition.”
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CTA is the largest Asian ICT event with Asian DC-related agencies, companies, and VCs, and according to the business agreement with IMDA in Singapore, it will be held in the name of ‘Asia Tech x Singapore 2021 (AT x SG)’ this year. Last year, it attracted about 320 global companies with a great number of 7,000 participants attended.
The host will open ‘MOIBA hall’ on the CTA website for the Korean companies and post various content of participating companies such as promotional videos, IR pitching videos, a directory book, etc. Based on the platform, partnerships with domestic and overseas buyers and VCs will be established and free demo sessions will be available on the introduction of the Korean companies’ products.
Moreover, non-contact Investor Relations (IR) pitching sessions will be open for companies in need of support for attracting investment, and the promotion for ‘MOIBA hall’ using local media and social media will also be carried out.