Yang-Sook Kim serves as the CEO of HansemEUG, Inc., a top provider of content for a variety of audiences and localized content in more than 40 different languages throughout Korea. Ms. Kim has three decades of industry experience, demonstrating a varied, vast expertise in content development, technical documentation, desktop publishing, content management, localization, terminology, linguistic QA, and mobile app/web development. Her company has been providing high-quality user guidance for consumer electronics for more than two decades. It is unique among the user documentation companies in Korea because it is the only company to offer a one-stop service, from manual development to localization to app/web development.
From the company’s LinkedIn page:
KTCA (Korean Technical Communicators Association)’s International Conference will be held on November 4th at COEX in Seoul, Korea. HansemEUG will be presenting the topics regarding E-labeling regulation for medical products and practical application of machine translation technology in documentation projects. Other participants from all over the world will also be attending the KTCA conference this year and will give excellent presentation regarding their products and cutting edge technology in the language industry. Once the proceeding is ready to be published, we will post the link for it.
In Ms. Kim’s current role of 24 years, she handles numerous duties. She develops content for a wide range of international clients, including several Samsung divisions, Canon, Inc., and up-and-coming Korean companies. Also, she oversees more than 180 employees develop content for printed instructional manuals, technical guides and marketing content for mobile devices, video tutorials, and apps. She is also creating innovations that include situational guides with rich, highly visual content that drives both user instruction and marketing simultaneously. Finally, she provides source content that is translated to more than 50 languages and is distributed around the world daily.
In the future, Ms. Kim aspires to become the ultimate Asian language service provider, to set up more than three production facilities in the Asian countries, and to establish sales offices in China and the U.S. She has been successful because of the fast development of the manufacturing industry in Korea. It was her major client, Samsung, and its fast growth that also resulted in the mutual growth of her company. She also credits her active involvement in the international TC events and relationships with overseas TC professionals for the rapid growth of her company This has helped her stay professionally up to date in the industry and has prepared her for the changes in trend and technologies.