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KNZBC Assists the Korean Consular Service

On the 26th of March, the Korean Embassy ran a pop-up Consular office in Hawke’s Bay. The pop-up Consulate office provided a passport renewal and document authentification service to the local Korean community. The embassy staff also met local Koreans to discuss establishing a formal Korean community and language school[…]

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About Us

The Korea New Zealand Business Council is a profession association of New Zealand companies, organisations and Government Agencies involved in promoting increased business between South Korea and New Zealand. The KNCBC provides information, useful networking opportunities for members and a forum for information and discussion of issues relevant to the[…]

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KNZBC Speaker Event – FTA 5th Anniversary

The Korea New Zealand Business Council and The Embassy of the Republic of Korea Present A Function to Mark the Fifth Anniversary of the Entry into Force of the Korea New Zealand Free Trade Agreement   When: Tuesday, 2 March 2021, 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm Where: Northern Club, 19[…]

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Korea Strategy Builder Workshop

South Korea is a leading, often trendsetting, market in Asia. It is also New Zealand’s 6th largest export destination. This market is evolving quickly, accelerated by Covid-19, and taking advantage of opportunities in this fast-paced environment demands proactive responsiveness of business practitioners. This workshop provides an opportunity to gain and[…]

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Wellington Event

Earlier this month the KNZBC, alongside the Korean Embassy in Wellington hosted a business and networking event at the Korean Ambassadors Residence. Around 40 people attended the event, hosted by the Ambassador. The key speakers of the evening were Tom Yuan, the International Manager for the Wellington City Council. Michael[…]

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North Asia Post-Covid live panel

As recently as the afternoon of 11 August, New Zealand was envied by many overseas for seemingly eliminating community transmission of the virus. Few predicted that in less than 24 hours, Auckland would be back under Alert Level Three, while the rest of the nation would be under Level Two.[…]

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