South Korea’s SK Group to expand cloud and big data business in Georgia, US
Published 11 March 2021
South Korean tech conglomerate SK Corporation is expanding its footprint in the US with a new $1.8 million office in Duluth, Georgia.
Its de facto holding company, SK Holdings C&C, will be collaborating with the Georgia Department of Economic Development and Partnership Gwinnett, an economic development initiative for Georgia, to launch the office.
The new office will be offering services in AI, cloud computing, and big data applications.
“We are pleased SK Holdings C&C chose Gwinnett to be its new home,” Partnership Gwinnett Project Manager Jassy Ji said in a statement.
“Our community is a hub for technology and manufacturing and continues to be a place where businesses thrive.”
Pat Wilson, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, added that the investment is an example of the intersection of Georgia’s tech prowess and its status as a preferred beachhead for Korean firms entering the U.S. market.
The office will be located at 2915 Premiere Parkway, in the three-story Duluth Spectrum Building.