05 Aug InsightLab Pacific appointed as a sales agency by SMBA & SBC for the “U.S. Retail Partnership Program"
SMBA (Small & Medium Business Administration), and SBC (Small & Medium Business Corporation), South Korea government agencies, announced a business partnership with InsightLab Pacific for “U.S. Retail Partnership Program” with the objective of connecting small/medium S. Korean companies with some of the most globally recognized retail channels in the United States.
“U.S. Retail Partnership Program” sponsored by SMBA and SBC and in cooperation with a select local U.S. retail vendors will be serving as the connection between innovative and well designed Korean products and the mass-retail channels in the U.S., helping to localize the products in order to develop long-term presence in the globally critical market. From product localization, shipment, sales, and to marketing, SMBA and SBC will be fully supporting the participating companies to help enter the U.S. market.
With years of experience in the U.S. Market, as well as the E-commerce retail industry; InsightLab Pacific was selected as a partner for “U.S. Retail Partnership Program” this week. The company will be leverage its full service offering to the participating companies in order to prepare the companies for U.S. Market entry from branding/logo, packaging, brochures, and website designs to providing solutions related to the logistics behind doing business with the globally recognized E-commerce networks.
“We are extremely excited in forming the partnership with SMBA & SBC and working with the small-medium Korean companies that have some exciting products unseen in the U.S. Utilizing our years of experience in global E-Commerce, strategic sourcing, and a large network that we have built with the top 500 U.S. E-commerce retailers; InsightLab Pacific looks forward to the challenge and promises to do its best for small-medium Korean companies in order to succeed in the U.S. E-commerce industry,” states Jayden Lee, Managing Director of InsightLab Pacific.
For more information about the program, visit http://tradekorea.org.