Korea-U.S. Industrial Cooperation Association
KUICA provides a annual meeting, forums for industry and government leaders to connect, share best practices, policy updates, success stories and lessons learned for creating and implementing Industrial Cooperation & Partnership programs that deliver sustainable economic and social benefits to both Korea and the U.S.
KUICA aims to foster diverse, strong and resilient supply chains, deepen the cooperation across space and new digital frontiers, and safeguard a trusted, values-driven digital and technological ecosystem, in line with both countries' shared democratic values.
Who We Are
As a Korea-U.S. Industrial Cooperation Association, our role is to serve our members, the profession, and society as a trusted and influential advocate for the economic and social value of industries.
KUICA will enhance public and private cooperation to protect and promote critical and emerging technologies, including leading-edge semiconductors, eco-friendly electric vehicle batteries, artificial intelligence, next-generation mobile network (6G), data, quantum technology, health, biotechnology, renewable energy, aerospace, defense and autonomous robotics.
Our membership will be comprised of over 1,000 organizations including major corporations, small- and medium-sized enterprises, law firms, and nonprofits from both countries. Our community also includes government agency members, professors, and researchers.
Our most important asset is the talented and dedicated group of individuals who serve on our committees. From advising on policy positions to creating resources and communicating on key issues, their expertise and contributions enhance our work—benefiting industry stakeholders and society.
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