To show its support for Korea’s bid for the 2030 World Expo, Samsung Electronics Philippines Corp. (SEPCO) recently erected signs at all of its retail outlets countrywide. Additionally, digital billboards are soon to be installed in busy areas like malls and airport terminals.
Over 8,000 Filipinos are employed by Samsung’s six corporate units in the Philippines. Apart from consumer electronics, Samsung’s offerings in the nation include trade, the creation of software and apps, electronic component manufacturing, and even marketing services. For example, SEPCO, which has been operating in the nation for 24 years, continually sets the standard for the sector with its cutting-edge models and product developments, which include, among other things, cellphones, digital appliances, TVs, and monitors.
Samsung Busan World Expo 2030
Busan has established itself as a top destination for tourism and culture because to its natural resources and extensive history. Additionally, it has developed into one of the most popular locations in the world for hosting international conventions.
Samsung is adamant that Busan will be chosen as the site for the 2030 World Expo. “We will continue to carry out various initiatives to support this bid here in the Philippines,” SEPCO President Min Su Chu stated.