Insights from Genova Burns Attorney Jessica Kim: Expanding Your Korean Startup to New Jersey

April 1, 2024

If you are you a Korean entrepreneur considering expanding your startup to New Jersey, Choose New Jersey’s recent presentation is available to you. Including some of the leading organizations in business development and innovation, the Korean Accelerator Association (KAA), Korea Early Stage Investors Association (KESIA), the New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII), Choose New Jersey offered a free webinar designed to provide essential information and resources for bringing Korean startups to New Jersey.

One of the highlights of this webinar was legal overview presented by Jessica B. Kim, Esq., an attorney at Genova Burns. Jessica, fluent in Korean, provided valuable insights into the legal aspects of expanding your startup into the U.S. market. While the webinar was conducted in English, Jessica's expertise and language skills will ensure that Korean-speaking attendees have clear and comprehensive information.

During the legal overview, Ms. Kim rounded out the legal requirements and considerations involved in establishing and operating a business in New Jersey. Attendees came away with a clear understanding of business entity formation, intellectual property protection, regulatory compliance, contracts, and more. Jessica's insights will help navigate the complexities of U.S. business law with confidence, whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur or new to the startup scene.

In addition to Jessica's presentation, attendees heard from industry experts and local Korean American businesses, providing firsthand insights and experiences that further enriched newcomers understanding of the opportunities and challenges of doing business in New Jersey.

To hear more about this webinar or discuss ways to expand your Korean startup in New Jersey, please reach out to Jessica B. Kim, Esq. at 973.230.2082 or via email here. Let Genova Burns be your trusted partner in unlocking the potential of your entrepreneurial aspirations.

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