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Korea Business Talk - July 30, 2011

Korea Business Talk #2
July 30, 2011

A collaborative project brought to you by 
KoreaBusinessCentral.com & Koreabridge.net
 
Participants:  Jeff Lebow,  Joshua DaviesHyungsik YoonAdam H Cave

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Korea Business Talk - July 30, 2011

Korea Business Talk Webcast - Live at 11am Today (Saturday)

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Saturday, July 30, 2011 - 11:00

 

'Korea Business Talk' - a live webcast produced in collaboration with KoreaBusinessCentral.com

Each show, we will discuss the latest Korea business  news, along with a variety of topics related to working and doing business on the peninsula. 

The next episode will take place Saturday, July 30 at 11am KST global times

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Koreabridge Hangout w/ Artists & Media Producers- July 25, 2011

Koreabridge Hangout
July 25, 2011
Participants:
Britt Kee, Chris Backe, Jason Teale, Jeff Lebow, & Steve Miller
Topic:  
The inspiration and economics of producing creative works
(blogs, paintings, photos, videos, websites) in Korea

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Koreabridge Hangout w/ Artists & Media Producers- July 25, 2011

Koreabridge Hangout Webcast

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Monday, July 25, 2011 - 21:30

We'll be webcasting a live 'Koreabridge Hangout', during which we'll be sharing information about what's going on in assorted online and offline communities in Korea and chat together about the latest 'talk of the peninsula' topics.

All are welcome to tune in and chime in with comments and questions at http://koreabridge.net/live

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Open Mike: Brands, Counterfeiting and Piracy

The english waves come inAbout 'Open Mike in Busan'

Background

A week earlier while I was waiting to go on air at the station, a situation was posed which led me to say “But that would be unethical”. I needed to repeat that last word a number of times. We quickly established that the English word ‘ethical’ may sound hilarious to Koreans. I wasn’t entirely convinced that this was merely a phonetic issue, which resolved me to pick a topic related to ethics for this week’s show.

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Korea Business Talk - July 16, 2011

Korea Business Talk #1
July 16, 2011

A collaborative project brought to you by 
KoreaBusinessCentral.com & Koreabridge.net
 
Participants:  Jeff Lebow,  Joshua DaviesDaniel LafontaineHyungsik Yoon
Adam H CaveDavid YoonDon Southerton

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Next KBT Webcast: July 30 11amKST

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Korea Business Talk Webcast

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Saturday, July 16, 2011 - 11:00

Koreabridge is delighted to announce the launch of 'Korea Business Talk' - a live webcast produced in collaboration with KoreaBusinessCentral.com

Each show, we will discuss the latest Korea business  news, along with a variety of topics related to working and doing business on the peninsula. 

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ARKPop Podast #19 - Goodbye Lion

 

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From KBC: Yong Wook Jun, Ph.D. - Business Lessons in Hallyu & Globalization



Produced bySteven Bammel and hosted by Tom Tucker.

 

July 13, 2011The Korea Business Interview Series

Yong Wook Jun, Ph.D.
"Business Lessons in Hallyu & Globalization at Solbridge School of Business in Daejeon"

Yong Wook Jun, Ph.D. is Dean of Solbridge School of Business at Woosung University in Daejeon, Korea, as well as Director and Advisor to many Korean corporations.

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Korea has been on a roll lately, and the Hallyu phenomenon that’s swept Asia, and is now making an impact in the West too, is a visible and powerful symbol of this success. In many ways, Korea has thrived on niche strategies, and no other educational institution in Korea more exemplifies both a niche strategy and efforts to maximize the benefits of Hallyu than Woosung University and Solbridge International School of Business.

Yong Wook Jun, also known as Woody Jun, is the Vice President of Woosung University and Dean of SolBridge International School of Business in Daejeon, Korea. Dean Jun earned his bachelor’s degree at Seoul National University, his master’s at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University in Illinois, and a Ph.D. from the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT.

He was on the faculty of Chung-Ang University in Seoul for 22 years before taking his current position as Dean of SolBridge last year in 2010. Dean Jun has also served on the board of directors for many leading Korean multinational companies, including Hynix, Samsung Electronics, Hyundai Motors, and SK Telecom.

In this interview, Dean Jun shares valuable insights about business and education strategy in Korea from the perspective of Solbridge.


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can be found on Korea Business Central

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