Gyeonggi Province Governor Kim Dong-yeon hosts first corporate communication meeting after taking office
Createdd 2022-07-07 Hit 40
○ Approximately 20 business people, including the Chairman of the World Federation of Overseas Korean Traders Associations, attended the July 6 meeting for discussions on economic cooperation methods
○ On July 6, a corporate communication meeting was held with business people at the gubernatorial residence.
– Twenty business people participated, including the Chairman of the World Federation of Overseas Korean Traders Associations.
○ After approving the 1st comprehensive plan for public livelihood stabilization, Gyeonggi Province Governor Kim Dong-yeon continued his economic endeavors by visiting the Yongin Semiconductor Cluster, attracting global semiconductor companies, and more.
The first communication meeting of the new Gyeonggi provincial administration was hosted at the gubernatorial residence, which is being transformed into a space for residents.
Governor Kim Dong-yeon hosted the meeting for better communication on investment attraction and economic cooperation with private sector representatives including the Chairman of the World Federation of Overseas Korean Traders Associations (World-OKTA).
The meeting was the first such event hosted with the participation of business people after Governor Kim Dong-yeon took office on July 1. Approximately 20 business people including World-OKTA Chairman Cha Bong-gyu, President Jang Young-sik, and Honorary President Park Gi-chul, as well as Lenwich Group CEO Joo Se-hoon and others joined.
Of particular note, Joo Se-hoon (English name: Lenny Joo), who hails from Pyeongtaek City and is the first Korean NBA club owner (Milwaukee Bucks), is providing overseas employment support for youths while expanding investment in Korea through the establishment of a Korean branch of Lenwich.
Established in 1981, the World-OKTA consists of 7,000 overseas Korean CEOs in 138 branches from 64 countries across the globe, along with 21,000 next-generation overseas Korean business people.
Governor Kim Dong-yeon previously announced the comprehensive plan for public livelihood stabilization as an emergency economic response, the first such document approved on the day of his inauguration. Furthermore, Governor Kim continued his economic endeavors by visiting the Yongin Semiconductor Cluster on July 5, signing an investment agreement with Applied Materials of the US on July 6, signing the Onsemi semiconductor investment agreement and participating in a groundbreaking ceremony on July 7, and more.
Following the meeting, the event continued with Governor Kim and the business people having a simple dinner (beef bone soup).
Meanwhile, the gubernatorial residence has been designated as a modern cultural heritage site; it will be used a space for communication and interaction with provincial residents following Governor Kim’s assumption of office.