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    2020-01-06 hit 1671

    KITA to Send “CES 2020 Observers” to Las Vegas, US


    - Visit CES, T-Mobile Arena, Nvidia, Google, etc… set direction for innovation and create momentum -

     


    The Korea International Trade Association (Chairman: Kim Young-ju) is set to dispatch “CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2020 Observers” to Las Vegas and Silicon Valley, United States, for sis day from January 7th to 12th.

     


    This observer group, headed by Chairman Kim Young-ju of the Korea International Trade Association (KITA), is participated by 50 individuals including 11 chairman members of KITA such as Chairman Han Joon-ho of Samchully, Chairman Seok-Song Oh of Meta BioMed, Chairman Hwang Chul-joo of Jusung Engineering, Chairman Choi Myung-Bae of Exicon, Chairman Park Hye-rin of Omnisystem, and Chairman Lee In-ho of the Korea Trade Insurance Corporation and officials from the relevant institutions such as COEX, Korea Trade Network (KTNET), Gangnam-gu Office, NH Bank. The sector also varies from semiconductor equipment, electronics, medical supplies, cosmetics, household goods, trade, and energy.

     


    The observers are scheduled to visit “CES 2020”, the world's largest consumer electronics fair, which will kick off in Las Vegas on January 7th, visit T-Mobile Area, the multi-purpose sports and entertainment venue, participate in the networking event between member cities of the World Trade Center (WTC), and visit Nvidia, Google, Samsung Semiconductor and Exicon Startup Center in Silicon Valley.

     


    Chairman Park Hye-rin of Omnisystem, a member of the observers, said, “CES is the world’s largest exhibition show that breaks down the boundaries between industries, including 5G mobile communications, artificial intelligence (AI), autonomous driving, entertainment, sports, etc. and lead future technology trends.” She also expressed her expectation by saying, “I hope that this participation will help me find the direction for innovation to respond to the accelerating convergence of technologies and the changes in global value chain (GVC).”

     


    Lee Dong-Ki, head of Innovative Growth Center at the Korea International Trade Association, said, “This observer group is the largest as an economic group. Our association and the related organizations will exert every effort to secure companies’ competitiveness and enhance export vitality through fostering innovative startups, digitize manufacturing industry, and open innovation.


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