Connect.W, a B2B trade show that began Sep. 27 at Songdo Conventia, helped Korean ICT companies find real path to global market. Organized by KAIT and sponsored by MSIP, KData, SeongNam Industry Promotion Agency, and DSPOne, Connect.W served outstanding ICT companies to find new business partners with the invitation of foreign telecommunication companies to the show.
There was also an event that showed off the results of the companies. It connected B2B meetings to MOU, then to actual contract signing. A total of 83 million USD worth of MOU and contract signing has been completed, proving Connect.W as an international event that surpasses B2B meeting.
KAIT signed MOUs with the Metropolitan City of Incheon, Incheon SMBA, Incheon Tourism Organization, and Incheon Technopark for Korean ICT companies building B2B partnership and the entry to global market with foreign communication companies.
DSPOne signed contracts with two foreign companies, GNC Telecom in Vietnam for supplying and sales of smartwatches and Dinosis for smart city giga WiFi solution, smart grid ESS, and LoRa network.
Athena signed contract with Atilze of Malaysia for real-time diagnosis and tracking of vehicles and the analysis of drivers.
Cobaltray completed agreement with Indonesia’s Ti-Phone for supplying and developing POS devices.
Solacia signed contract with Mongolia’s Unitel to suppy USIM cards.
Sunjesoft made partnership with Vietnam’s Telsoft for its major product “SUNDB” and it will begin joint development of the software. It also signed contract with Vietnam HiPT JSC for the same work.
Wantreez Music decided to share the profit for music distribution of 10,000 musice pieces with Indonesia’s AMP SecureTech.
Exem signed contract with Thailand’s Magic Soft to become the main distributor of its DB monitoring and performance management tool “MaxGauge”.
Colgate signed MOU with Vietnam’s Dinosys for localizing the content showing technology on smartphones.