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Idealistic Adventure of the Business
Contract-Korea Consultant (Former Employee), New York, NYAugust 17, 2013
Pros: learning how to gather much more information through different methods
Cons: many overtime hours, because of consitant meeting with head office
Not different as many other New York metro area companies, but once you start work and learn what really goes on in this place, it may give a thrill to some people, at least it did for me.

Helping mid-sized companies in Korea to settle in a certain country by outsourcing as much information as possible for them to view. KOTRA a Korean government facilitated company is expanded through out the world to help mid-sized and sometimes even large corporations with each countries internal and external business resources. Hardest part of the job maybe the part when the research cannot be finalized because even though the internet has much more information than we know, sometimes we had to run bare feet, but that also can be part of the most enjoyable.
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productive and well organized
Analyst (Former Employee), New York, NYAugust 15, 2013
•Participated in various market analysis and research projects that is designed to identify business opportunities, evaluate competition, define market characteristics and assess customer preferences
•Reviewed legal contracts, media information, advertising and sales media, and market research data

day - Monday to Friday , 9am to 5pm
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Good place for networking
Executive Consultant (Current Employee), Los AngelesDecember 13, 2011
Pros: good place for networking
Cons: little job security for overseas staff
Each office is managed by Korean home office staff but dependent on the skills of local staff. Goals of the home office do necessarily coincide with home office staff political requirements to advance.