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.
Jack Links New Zealand Ltd
Jack Link's New Zealand was originally established in 2002 as a joint venture with Jack Link's USA, the No1 Meat-Snack Manufacturer on the planet.
Today Jack Link's NZ, headed by CEO Maurice Crosby, has firmly established itself in New Zealand and beyond as the dominant meat snacks market-leader, by consistently providing delicious, nutritious, power packed snacks to markets throughout the world.
With 94% of its production exported, meat snack aware markets like Korea are a vital part of our sales growth. Victoria Michaels heads up the Jack Links office in Korea from where she also takes care of our business in Japan and Taiwan.
The combination of the World’s number one brand of Beef Jerky and made in New Zealand quality is a powerful recipe for success in all our markets but particularly in the Korean market where in partnership with key retailers like E-Mart and Costco the Jack Links brand and the entire category are growing strongly.
Event - 22 November
Celebrating the first anniversary of the Korea NZ Free Trade Agreement
Details to follow
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