Headquartered in Hong Kong, graphics card manufacturer, GALAXY, now has expanded into the Republic of Korea. This complements GALAXY’s business operations in China, Europe, USA and Japan.
More of the Opening Ceremony inside.
GALAXY Opens New Office in the Republic of Korea
Pictures courtesy of various Korean press, and their associated publications.
13 July 2010 – Headquartered in Hong Kong, graphics card manufacturer, GALAXY, now has expanded into the Republic of Korea. This complements GALAXY’s business operations in China, Europe, USA and Japan. This article covers the Opening Ceremony of the new Korea Office, held at COEX, Seoul.
GALAXY products have made it to the Korean market in the past via a different channel. The new office marks the official entry of GALAXY into the Korean market. Invited to grace the event were NVIDIA’s Yushing Lui, Paul (yes, the same Paul with the “bomb
“) and NVIDIA (Korea) Vice President, Li Yong De.
Addressing the press next, was GALAXY’s CEO, Alex. He noted that Korea’s demand for computer products ranks in the Top Ten. To have GALAXY’s presence in Korea, he says, will better promote brand-recognition within the country, as well as a better understanding of the market’s needs – enabling GALAXY to serve up better products that suit the unique needs of the Korean market.
This year, GALAXY will introduce the already-popular NVIDIA GeForce 9300GS, 9500GT, GT200, and GTX400 products into the Korean market. Segmentation will be between NVIDIA’s Time To Market (TTM) products and GALAXY’s own overclocked versions.
GALAXY Korea will aim to promote improved brand awareness within the country, as well as corner the graphics card market by injecting GALAXY products into the country’s prolific LAN Gaming Cafes. On display were some of the key GALAXY products launched this year, including the oven-fresh NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 launched just a day ago.
Don’t miss out on the Korean GALAXY models – see them on the next page.