Welcome to the Website of the Korea New Zealand Business Council
The Korea New Zealand Business Council is a voluntary group of New Zealand companies, organisations and Government Agencies involved in promoting increased business between Korea and New Zealand. It provides information, useful networking opportunities for members and a forum for information and discussion of issues relevant to the commercial relationship between the two countries.
The Council is an incorporated society. Its affairs are directed by an elected Executive Committee, and administered on a day-to-day basis by a part-time executive Director.
In this space we will provide more indepth profiles of our members on a rotating basis.
Latitude 45 offers your business practical hands-on in-market representation that ensures you get the full picture of what opportunities exist and establish a practical platform to capitalize on those opportunities.
Based on a sound understanding of how the market works we ensure you get in the door of key partners, be they consumer product manufacturers, OEM manufacturers or distributors or government institutions.
As each business has a different set of requirements we also offer flexibility which ensures you get the focus your business needs with the minimal amount of overhead.
Lewis, who established Latitude 45 back in 2007, has been involved in the Korean market since 1999 and worked on behalf of a number of companies in this market. All those employed by Latitude 45 speak Korean and understand the business culture of Korea.
Based permanently in Seoul, but keeping in close contact with the needs of NZ businesses, places Latitude 45 in a unique position to deliver tangible results.
Our focus and passion is in the areas of food and sustainability and Korea offers significant opportunity in both these areas. Our networks extend beyond this so don’t be shy to contact us whatever your business.
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