Media Check out all the latest news, blogs and reports from Intralink. Latest News View all News 07 April 2021 South Korea Marine Industry – Market Report & 22 April event News 06 April 2021 China sales drive for Israeli AV tech firm News 08 March 2021 New Life Sciences Director – Terry Sunderland Today we welcome Terry Sunderland to Intralink as EMEA Business Development Director in our fast-growing Medtech & Life Sciences Practice, which helps western firms grow in China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. News 17 February 2021 Korea sales programme for US robotic vision pioneer We’ve just kicked off a long-term sales programme for Philadelphia-based stereo vision system startup DreamVu, targeting South Korea’s booming robotics sector. News 11 February 2021 Launch of Asia Business Connect - first event 17 March We’re pleased to introduce Asia Business Connect - a new community linking international businesses and experts to discuss all things Asia – with our inaugural event taking place on Wednesday 17 March. We hope you’ll join us. Latest Blog Posts View all Blog 02 April 2021 CACLP 2021: China IVD show video Blog 26 March 2021 ‘Growing your business in Asia’ – Webinar Recording Blog 12 January 2021 Tommy ShiekmanEast Asia – a thriving robotics market East Asia represents serious opportunities for western automation and robotics technology providers, and this is not just because of COVID. Asia was already fully embracing robotics and industrial automation before the pandemic. And, in a post-COVID world, the adoption of these technologies as well as industries that integrate them - like manufacturing, logistics, and ecommerce - continue their meteoric rise. Blog 01 December 2020 Our founder in the hot seat Our 30th anniversary seemed a good time to fire some questions at our Founder and Chairman, James Lawson, to see what he had to say about his memories and experiences of Intralink over the last three decades. Blog 25 November 2020 James LawsonA 30-year retrospective Thirty years ago, the economics of East Asia were completely different. Japan – the world’s second largest economy – was in meltdown after the collapse of the stock market. The Chinese economy, in contrast, was in take-off mode, but fraught with danger for any over-enthusiastic foreign investor. Korea was known for shipbuilding and its dangerous neighbour but, as the 27th largest economy, was not on the radar of many business leaders. Sign up For our news and blog posts Newsletter signup First name Surname Email Your personal data is safe with us. See our Privacy Notice.