John is originally from Stockholm, however, he moved to Korea to expand his business abroad. During John’s free time he likes hanging out with good company and listening to music. John’s favorite time of the week is his alone time on Sundays when he orders a hot sizzling pizza and cold soda. For John, it’s the small things in life which spark his everyday happiness. John’s ultimate goal is to pay for his best friends and their families to go to Walt Disney World without a sweat — at that point, John said he will have reached success and become fully fulfilled.
Sangok is a Seoul National University graduate and former LG engineer. Besides being the CTO of Wizpace and having heavy involvement in the blockchain scene Sangok likes sports, specifically basketball and baseball. The way Sangok cools down and takes a rest from a hard week of work is by setting aside a day to watch NBA in the morning, baseball in the afternoon, and having dinner with a friend.
What makes Sangok especially happy is going to new places with his friends. However, to him, his friends are the most valuable part of the meeting. Lastly, Sangok’s life dream is to have economic freedom within the next ten years.
On June 9th, 2019 at 7:30am Wizpace was officially appointed unto the Swedish Chamber of Commerce. Now, John-Ting Li sits as a director on the Swedish Chamber of Commerce Board representing Wizpace. In addition, Mr. Håkan Cervell (Ericsson LG) and Ms. Grace Oh (Tetrapak) were appointed unto the Swedish Chamber of Commerce by the board and Chairman Mr. Richard Molin (Höganäs Korea).
This Ad-hoc Swedish Chamber of Commerce meeting was paired with an informative presentation by Kyounghee Oh Lawton from Korn Ferry. Korn Ferry is a global consulting firm, synchronizing strategies and talent to drive superior performance.
Additionally, Korn Ferry shared its findings on which commercial developments are currently changing.
The 4 Data-Driven Themes for Development:
Emotional Intelligence for the Digital Age
Powering through an Unstructured World
All in all, the two meetings went great, and the Swedish Chamber of Commerce Board is planning more events to follow during the 2nd quarter of this year.