Every month I update the Marketing in Korea (MIK) community about the MIK community. Before I share about our past guests, I will update you a little with what has been going on for the month of September 2015.
I had the chance of interviewing/catching up with 4 different guests:
And I have also wrote a few blog posts: One on 4 Reasons Why Cold Calling Doesn’t Work in Koreaand another on Sometimes Wanting To Give Up – An Honest Reflection
Here are the updates in no particular order (basically, the order I receive the updates):
1. Melanie Buckley Seacret Agent wanted to share, “Seacret Direct has just released some new, awesome hair products: Mineral-rich Reviving Mud Hair Mask and Nourishing Hair Serum, as well as two cool brushes. We are currently looking for business-minded individuals who work in / own hair salons, and who are possibly interested in expanding their current product line at this time. To check out the new products (as well as old), please visit SEACRET – Minerals From The Dead Sea.
In addition to our new hair product expansion, we are also starting to open the European market this month – starting with Germany! If you or anyone you know is in Germany and interested in joining the world’s fastest growing home-based business, please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d be happy to meet with you and tell you more. “
2. Dan Ryu from the Seoul Real Estate Investing Meetup wants to “invite people with a passion for real estate to the next Seoul Real Estate Investing Meetup on Saturday, Oct 17, 1-3pm at the TOZ located near Gangnam Subway Station, Exit 10. To find out more information about our latest meetup and to see recaps of past meetups, CLICK HERE >> Seoul REI Oct Meetup.”
3. Daniel Fernandez from Pinstory.com has a few announcements:
4. Kevin Lambert of The Korea Indie Expat Film Festival states, “KIXFF is currently prepping for our Busan Int’l Film Fest Seminar next week on Expat Filmmaking. We are looking for volunteers for our 2016 fest. Currently we need organizers, advertising and marketing types to help promote this year’s fest. You can contact me at: email@example.com“
5. AK from Mod go Hygge Cooking and Baking Studio wanted to share,
“I can no longer sell baked goods as I changed my business registration type (from Bakery to Service).
6. Rob Koh of KoreanTourGuide.com wanted to share, “Business is picking back up after getting hit with MERS. We are currently looking to make some enhancements to the website to make it more interactive. Also considering building out an app for tour guides. “
So, 6 updates past MIK guests requested me to share with the community. I know that other guests have done things in the month of September, but they may have been preoccupied with growing their businesses and were unable to tell me something to share. But, hopefully they can share a little update with the community next month.
I personally have been very busy the last 2 months and haven’t been able to keep up with all of my business activities. I hope you can forgive me for falling behind.
All the best!