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What's new? Palladium announces new partnerships in Japan and Korea

Palladium has recently signed partnership agreements with three consultant companies in Japan and Korea.

What’s new?
Palladium has recently signed partnership agreements with three consultant companies in Japan and Korea. In Japan we have signed an agreement with IC Net Limited and in Korea with the Korea Institute for Development Strategy (KDS) and Ksight Consulting.

Where will you be based?
The offices of our Japanese partner IC Net Limited is located in Saitma about 30 minutes north of the centre of Tokyo, Japan. Our Korean partners KDS and Ksight are both located in the southern suburb of Gangnam in Seoul.

Who will you be working with?
In Japan we will cooperate with IC Net Limited a multidisciplinary international development firm that provides project management and business development services for the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and private sector clients.

In Korea we will collaborate with the Korea Institute for Development Strategy (KDS) and Ksight Consulting.

KDS is an independent international development think-tank and consultancy based in Seoul that provides project management, research, strategy consulting, and training on poverty reduction and sustainable economic and social development with the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) as a main client.

Ksight Consulting is a management consulting firm that specializes in strategy, process innovation, marketing strategy, Information Strategic Planning (ISP), and system implementation for both public and private sector clients.

What’s your goal?
Our goal for this collaboration is to initiate one or more Positive Impact Partnerships with the Japanese and Korean public and private sectors that tackle some of the greatest social challenges both societies face, realising both social and economic value.

How will you deliver Positive Impact?
Our Positive Impact Partnerships succeed because they bring together a broad church of public and private sector organisations. We look forward to working with the Japanese (JICA) and Korean (KOICA) development agencies and businesses that are striving to create Positive Impact through their commercial activities.