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Navigos Group teams up with Korea International Trade Association

Released at: 16:58, 18/10/2017

Navigos Group teams up with Korea International Trade Association

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Two sign MoU to support Korean-speaking job seekers find employment in Vietnam.

by Hai Van

The Navigos Group Vietnam has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Korea International Trade Association (KITA) on “Cooperation in supporting Korean-speaking jobseekers with employment opportunities in Vietnam”.

KITA will support the Navigos Group with a list of talented South Korean candidates and Vietnamese candidates in South Korea who wish to find employment in Vietnam. The Navigos Group, meanwhile, will introduce job vacancies for Korean-speaking candidates in Vietnam to KITA. KITA and the Navigos Group will also cooperate in organizing job fairs in Vietnam and South Korea, while the Navigos Group will help promote the Global Trade Job Fair in South Korea among all users of its database, including employers and job seekers.

“I believe the MoU will allow KITA and Navigos to not only contribute to people-to-people exchanges but also to our national economic cooperation and development,” said Mr. Hak Joon Kim, Managing Director of KITA. “I also hope that through this agreement, more South Korean job seekers will be given the opportunity to thrive on the global stage.”

“By the end of 2016, South Korea had become the largest foreign investor in Vietnam,” said Mr. Gaku Echizenya, Chairman and CEO of the Navigos Group. “This creates many employment opportunities for Korean-speaking candidates. I strongly believe that the partnership will bring benefits to both parties and to the professional communities in Vietnam and in South Korea.”

During its 15 years, the Navigos Group has followed a mission of “helping people and companies achieve their dreams”. It has also been planning regional expansion through cooperation opportunities with international enterprises and associations. The MoU between with KITA marks the commencement of its cooperation with global organizations.

KITA was established in 1946 with the objective of advancing the South Korean economy through trade, and it is currently the largest business organization in the country, with over 70,000 members. 

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