We are building the future of commerce together with governments, NGOs, and beyond
Coupang works closely with government agencies, industry leaders, small business associations, and other partners from around the world to transform the commerce experience for customers, employees, small business owners, and all other lives we touch.
Pioneering new public-private partnerships for trade and growth
Coupang is a proud partner of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. In a first-of-its-kind public-private partnership, Coupang and Commerce-ITA cooperate to boost South Korean export opportunities for U.S. businesses. Leveraging both Commerce-ITA’s broad export counseling resources and Coupang’s cutting-edge commerce and logistical infrastructure, we conduct in-person and virtual workshops to provide U.S. businesses with the information and tools they need to understand and access the fast-growing South Korean commerce opportunity.
Creating global opportunities for small U.S. businesses
In cooperation with the U.S. Small Business Administration, Coupang joined forces with the Port of Seattle and Greater Seattle Partners to host a small-business conference on South Korean export and e-commerce opportunities. Over two days, Coupang and our partners convened small businesses across the Pacific Northwest to provide them with information, access to export resources, and networking opportunities to link them to South Korea and grow their revenue. The event attracted local and national leaders—including U.S. Small Business Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman, congressional representatives Marilyn Strickland and Pramila Jayapal, Korean Ambassador Cho Tae-yong, and Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell—to promote a shared vision of small business success through trade.