Economic mission of IT&C companies in Japan and Korea. December 1st – December 6th, 2018


Between 1st and 6th of December 2018, the Romanian Government in partnership with ATIC will organize an economical mission in Japan and South Korea. The event is supported by JISA (Japan Information Technology Service Industry) and KOIMA (Korean Importers Association) based on their partnership with ATIC.

The mission will start in December 3rd in Tokio (Japan) and during Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th, the mission will relocate to South Korea with 2 different sessions, one with KOIMA and on December 6th with GBSA (Gyeonggido Business & Science Accelerator). In both countries, ATIC and the IT Romanian companies will discuss the capabilities and the cooperation opportunities in Romania.

Mr. Leo Radu, Tellence co-founder, will participate in the event presenting Tellence Technologies as one of best partner possible in the IT sector in Romania. Tellence hopes to open new market possibilities in the Far East offering its expertise, excellence and solutions.


About Tellence

Tellence is a leading provider of high-tech Software & Engineering services. The company is focused on Research & Development and Customer Engineering Support, and its Engineering Solution Center handles software development, quality assurance & customer support.

Tellence operates in a broad range of industries: Automotive, Telecommunications, Security, SatCom, Financials, Mobile applications, new media & Broadcasting & Semiconductors.

The name “Tellence” is a combination of technology and excellence. In keeping with its name, Tellence offers innovative and advanced solutions that are flexible in providing each customer with the right offering for their needs and scope, as well as deep operational and development experience. The result: uncompromising service that provides the customer with the highest quality solution while also saving them significant costs.


About JISA

Japan Information Industry Association (JISA) is the largest non-profit organization of Japan’s IT industry, related to the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). It was established in 1984 as a merger of Japan Information Center Association and Software Industry Promotion Association.

Japan Information Technology Service Industry Association works for greater dynamism and sophistication in the industry through nine activities. These include surveys and research related to business operations and technology, providing information, and international exchange.


About GBSA

Thanks to the encouragement and support of Gyeonggi citizens, two institutions in charge of regional business and scientific development—namely, the Gyeonggi Small and Medium Business Support Center (GBSA) and the Gyeonggi Institute of Science & Technology Promotion (GSTEP)—have been integrated to form GBSA, which was officially launched on January 1, 2017

Through the integration of business and science, GBSA will be able to provide more systematic support and take the lead as “a platform that provides integrated support for business and science & technology in Gyeonggi.”




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