Opportunities

    US-Korea Auto Business Partnership The Road Ahead: Trends in Automotive Industry

    April 25th, 2019 / 9:00AM – 8:30PM 

    Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center (400 Renaissance Dr. Detroit, MI, 48243)

    The U.S.-Korea Business Partnership Conference is designed to strengthen the economic relationship between the U.S. and South Korea, and to promote a collaboration across the industry verticals.

    Program

    • Korean Automotive Supplier Event & B2B Meetings
    • US-Korea Automotive Technology & Trend Seminar
    • KPAI 40th Anniversary & Networking Reception
    • 2019 Michigan Job Fair

                                      

    Opportunity            
    Don’t miss this unique opportunity to connect with variety of Korean leading-edge auto-parts suppliers. Expand your professional network and stay current. Explore career opportunities and find lasting partners to help you get further, faster and better. We strongly believe that this event will create opportunities for you to connect you with leading-edge suppliers and provide tangible solutions for your business.

    KOREAN AUTO SUPPLIER EVENT (B2B Meetings)    9:00-15:00

    The U.S. Korea Auto Industry Business Partnership seeks to explore key industry trends currently being driven by autonomous, connected, electric and shared mobility technologies (A.C.E.S). We hope to establish and enhance key bilateral partnerships that will support continued economic growth in years to come between US and South Korea.

    US-KOREA AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY & TREND SEMINAR    15:00-18:00

    Acquire new insights about automotive trends and innovative technologies for the next generation of mobility and connectivity. The seminar is hosted by KOTRA and KPAI.

    KPAI 40th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION & NETWORKING RECEPTION    18:00-20:30

    Celebrate with us contributions Korean –Americans have made to the Auto Industry.

    Our Speakers:

    Seung Woo Seo, Professor of Seoul National University and CEO of ThorDrive

    Nebo Nedeljkovic, Senior Director, Harman International

    Youngsoo Jeong, Assistant Chief Engineer, General Motors

    Hang Koo Lee, Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute for Industrial Economics & Trade (KIET)

    Woong-chul Yang, Former Vice Chairman, Hyundai Motor Group

    www.2019uskoreabp.com