Latest News All of the latest news from Intralink Filter by: Automotive & Mobility Consumer & Ecommerce Digital Media & Adtech Electronics & Embedded Software Energy & Environment General Government & NGO Industrial & Materials Intellectual Property Medtech & Life Sciences Software & Cloud Telecoms & Networks Search: Go News 17 February 2021 Korea sales programme for US robotic vision pioneer News 11 February 2021 Launch of Asia Business Connect - first event 17 March News 26 January 2021 Market report: South Korea’s hydrogen economy Is your firm operating in the hydrogen arena? We’ve just published a market intelligence report on the huge business opportunities in this sector in South Korea – the latest of our reports for the UK government’s Department for International Trade (DIT). News 05 January 2021 A quantum leap into Asia We’re delighted that two new quantum technology clients – Quantum Science and Crypto Quantique – have just appointed us to drive their growth in Asia. News 25 November 2020 Gregory SutchIntralink is 30! We’re proud to be marking our 30th birthday! For the past three decades, we’ve been helping western companies to expand in East Asia, Asian corporates to collaborate with western innovation partners, and governments to grow their exports and attract foreign investment. News 05 November 2020 Market report: fintech opportunities in South Korea Are you a fintech firm with overseas expansion ambitions? We’ve just published a market intelligence report on opportunities in the sector in South Korea – the latest of our analyses for the UK government’s Department for International Trade (DIT). News 22 October 2020 Intralink CEO recognised in Lloyd’s business leader awards We’re proud to see our CEO, Greg Sutch, has been announced in today’s Daily Telegraph as one of only 35 ‘Ones to Watch’ UK-wide in Lloyds Bank’s business leader awards. News 20 October 2020 £36M Korea deal for British energy firm We’ve just helped close a landmark contract between our long-standing clean energy client Ceres Power and South Korean fuel cell giant Doosan - worth at least £36 million to Ceres over the next three years. Pagination Go to page 1 Go to page 2 Go to page 3 Go to page 4 Go to page 5 Go to Next page 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.