Global Business Professor’s latest Audio Interview, “Intercultural Business Skills in Korea” features Corey Nelson. Mr. Nelson is a cultural consultant, university professor, Korean culture expert and trainer with Berlitz. He has spent the last 14 years living and working in South Korea and is fluent in Korean.
In the 10-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Nelson discusses and answers these questions:
- What’s an important rule to remember in a business relationship that is different from the West?
- Every culture has its own decision-making patterns. How does KOREA’s usually proceed?
- Most cultures have a fundamental basic rule of how they approach business. How should foreign companies approach Korean companies?
- And provides final thoughts.
Audio Interview Guest
Mr. Corey Nelson, Trainer
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About Corey Nelson
Corey Nelson is a cultural consultant, university professor and Korean culture expert. He has spent the last 14 years living and working in South Korea and is fluent in Korean.
Corey worked for many years in the Human Resource and International Sales departments at Aekyung Petrochemical as the only non-Korean Manager in the organization. He also taught marketing and organizational behavior at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul, Korea.
While in Seoul, Korea he founded a global trading company focused on importing and exporting industrial chemicals and hops among Mexico, Korea, Japan, New Zealand and the USA, as well as a skincare line.
Upon returning to his home state of Minnesota, he resumed his teaching career at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota where he currently teaches marketing classes to both undergraduate and graduate students.
Corey holds an MBA from the University of Sejong Syracuse (the first accredited MBA program in Korea) and a Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of North Dakota.