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December 4, 2014

Asia: KSAE Aims to Help South Korean Associations Become ‘Less Traditional'

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The newly formed Korea Society of Association Executives (KSAE) seeks to advance the skills of industry practitioners through education and training, networking, and even advocacies, its secretary general Glynn Cho told TTGmice e-Weeky.

While South Korea has over 50,000 associations and organisations, there is no system in place yet for what KSAE wants to pioneer in, said Cho, who is also CEO of the Korea Association Management and Consulting, at the sidelines of the Philippine Council of Association Executives (PCAE) Summit II.

KSAE has benchmarked the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) which Cho – the first Asian it certified as an association executive – represents in South Korea and the PCAE which was formed last year.

With 90 individual members, KSAE wants to collaborate with ASAE and PCAE to achieve common goals.

In his presentation at the PCAE Summit II, Cho said associations and organisations in South Korea will in the future be open, transparent, collaborative, self-sufficient and sustainable.

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