Asiance & Lift:Lab Connect Seoul

Posted on Oct 23, 2017

We are proud to co-organize Lift’s one-day ideation workshop, Lift:Lab Connect Seoul. Join us on November 11th at N15 to brainstorm with experts on urban entrepreneurship, and come up with ideas for a better and smarter future. Working with us are Yonsei University, University of Geneva, G3 Partners, N15, Science and Technology Office Seoul and Think Services.

Learn more and register: Lift:Lab Connect Seoul.

 

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Asiance Job Fair 2017

Posted on Sep 28, 2017

As we continue to grow, we need a bigger team to keep up with the pace. Thanks to everyone who visited our booth at the job fair, hosted by the French Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry!

This Career Forum is a unique opportunity for FKCCI’s member companies to get talented interns, employees or managers fully aware of French culture.

More information on the FKCCI Job Fair.

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Montblanc Kakao Plus Friend

Posted on Aug 19, 2017

Taking advantage of the features of Korea’s most popular chatting application, KakaoTalk, Asiance has developed the Kakao Plus Friend account for Montblanc.
Check it out here: https://goo.gl/gNDGkS

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Asiance’s co-founder and Facebook AI Lead Alex Lebrun will be presenting at “Hello Tomorrow”

Posted on Jul 1, 2017

Asiance’s co-founder and Facebook AI Lead Alex Lebrun will be presenting at “Hello Tomorrow” / “Asian Leadership Conference” on July 3-4 in Seoul.

Leaders & CEO’s coming together to provide solutions for the future.

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Tuned in Asia – Korean Trendsetters

Posted on Jun 9, 2017

Korean Trendsetters, Kpop stars and dramas are driving product sales and supporting economic growth. How can your brand ride this ever expanding wave?

The Korean wave “Hallyu” submerges the Asian region from North to South. Korean celebrities, Korean music, Korean dramas, Korean fashion, Korean cosmetics, everything Korean sells incredibly well since the cultural phenomenon first started in the late 90’s. Why this Korean craze so contagious? What does it mean for global brands willing to enter the Asian market?

Korean pop culture took off in Asia in the late 90’s and the Korean music industry grew dramatically reaching $4.3bn in 2017. Korean stars are considered as role models for many Asian teens and as sex symbols by many adults, from Indonesia to China.

Wandering around Seoul you would be amazed by the number of subway adverts wishing K-pop idols a happy birthday. Chinese fans pay high amount of money to display their personal messages on Seoul’s underground billboards. It’s a real street guerrilla that also takes place online between fans willing to show who’s love is the strongest.

Read more on TUNED IN ASIA.

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Roland Garros Opening Ceremony with Naver Sports

Posted on May 5, 2017

Content marketing goes a long way! 3 years that we build Roland Garros brand awareness in Korea through content creation. It finally brought us to work with Naver Sports, Korea 1st sport media!

Learn more on Naver Sports

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