Launch of AlphaBeta’s study on South Korea’s KRW281-trillion digital opportunity
On September 15, AlphaBeta’s report “Unlocking South Korea’s Digital Potential report: The Economic Opportunities of Digital Transformation and Google’s Contribution”, commissioned by Google, was launched at the Google for Korea 2021 event. There is a significant economic prize attached to accelerating South Korea’s digital transformation. Digital technologies in South Korea could create up to KRW281 trillion (USD236 billion) in economic value, that is equivalent to about 13 percent of the country’s GDP in 2020.
The launch event may be viewed below, including an introduction to the report by Dr. Fraser Thompson, Founder and Managing Director of AlphaBeta (11:50), followed by a presentation of the report findings by Dr. Sang-Gon Park, Head of Digital Innovation Division from Korea Productivity Center (13:00).
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