07 December 2022
On 24 November Food & Bio Cluster Denmark had the pleasure of a visit by three representatives from the national food cluster in South Korea, Foodpolis, which has just signed a cooperation agreement within the frame of the EU project Global Foodture.
The agreement means that Danish and European SMEs will have the opportunity to get much more information about the South Korean market and be introduced to selected South Korean SMEs.
The signing ceremony took place in Aarhus with the participation of YoungJae Kim, CEO – Daewon Kang, Planning Team leader and – Seonyoung Park, Assistant manager of Public Relations Team from Sydkoreanske Foodpolis as well as Britt Sandvad, Susanne Baden Jørgensen, Anni Simonsen, Kathrine Vejgaard Stage and CEO Lars Visbech Sørensen from Food & Bio Cluster Denmark.
In addition to the South Korean market, the project gives you the opportunity to gain insight into the Japanese, Thai and Singaporean markets. These markets contain a large part of the world's population and have a potentially high environmental impact. Asia also has a rapidly developing middle class, which has the purchasing power to buy sustainable products and which has an increased awareness of environmental issues.
The offer is free of charge and is specifically adapted to small and medium-sized enterprises working in the agrifood sector. Through Global Foodture you will be informed and inspired through various masterclasses and workshops and you will even have the opportunity to be matched with relevant, interested companies and organisations in the markets in question. Later, there will also be opportunity for 1:1 sparring with advisors with industry knowledge.
New cooperation agreement signed with South Korean food cluster