Poland is a strategic partner of Korea in Central Europe
The economic partnership between Poland and South Korea is getting stronger each year. South Korea is the second largest non-European foreign investor in Poland after the United States. Polish-Korean trade turnover in 2022 reached a record $9 billion, and the two countries have marked the 10th anniversary of establishing a bilateral strategic partnership. The visit of South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol to Poland opened the opportunity to continue discussions about cooperation in areas such as energy security, military security and large infrastructural projects.
Around 350 business and government representatives including executives from Chaebol
The Korea-Poland Business Forum, held in Warsaw on July 14, 2023,was attended by the South Korean President accompanied by an 89-member business delegation including executives of top conglomerates such as LG Chairman Koo Kwang-mo, Hanwha Group Vice-Chairman Kim Dong-kwn, LS Group Chairman Koo Ja-eun, and Samsung Electronics Vice-Chairman Han Jong-hee.
Comarch Korea represent one of the few of successfully ongoing examples of cooperation in the ICT sector between two countries
The forum focused on the future of cooperation in new mobility, artificial intelligence and other cutting-edge technology sectors, and on infrastructure investment in rebuilding Ukraine. Comarch Korea took part in the panel discussion about AI and cutting-edge technology cooperation with the Łukasiewicz Institute of Microelectronics and Photonics. Korea was represented by Kakao Mobility CEO, Gung-seon Ryu and Hanwha Aerospace CEO, Jae-il Son.
Sangyoung Oh, the Sales Director of Comarch Korea, described the successful contribution of Comarch to one of the world’s first 5G launches, undertaken by South Korean tier-1 company LGU+. He added that, with Comarch’s experience in the global and Korean market, Korean companies would be able to find solutions and support for business expansion, and stressed the variety of Comarch’s software portfolio and its worldwide references.
Over 33 local press outlets in Korea mentioned Comarch Korea as a globally recognized software house, and highlighted the panel discussion about Polish-Korean cooperation in advanced technology.