Why is the gold business developing rapidly in South Korea? And how is its popularity explained by customers?
What our team learned during the conference in Korea
In South Korea, 85% of the market is occupied by large corporations: Samsung, LG, Daewoo, Hyundai and others. Small and medium businesses share only 15% of the market. South Korean students dream of getting into one of the big corporations, which will ensure stable and high income.
Getting into such a company is difficult, one has to pass personal and professional tests, complete internships and do a lot of training. And still all this does not guarantee a good position. Even those who have managed to settle may face the trial period of up to 2 years.
The structure of business and national mentality is similar to that of in Japan. An average South Korean employee is constantly self-developing and has almost no free time. Freedom here is of great value, but the Koreans are used to the idea that it must be fought for.
According to our clients, the business with Global InterGold allows for this freedom!
Conference in Busan
Last year, on March 16th, gold business people met in Busan’s Hotel Commodore at the Global InterGold conference embraced by the Global Tour.
Speakers and spectators came from different parts of the world: South Korea, France, Spain, Russia, Germany, Indonesia, the Philippines ... Many Global and Grand Leaders appeared at the conference too.
The opening of the event was undertaken by Gyorgy Fuzesi, the Director of Development for Global InterGold. He shared the stage with the organizer of the conference and other leaders.
In the framework of the event, customers went to see the city sights: a Buddhist temple, famous fish market, and shopping center Store Centrum City, which entered the Guinness Book of Records as the largest in the world.