GameChosun

By Thomas Sommer | July 19th, 2013

Tim Koschella, AppLift Co-Founder, Managing Director and currently heading operations at our Asian office in Seoul, was interviewed in the famous Korean gaming magazine Game Chosun.

Here are the main take aways from the interview:

“The world is paying attention to Korea’s mobile game market. Major mobile game companies as well as global mobile marketing companies are establishing local branches in Korea.”

“AppLift has established its office in Korea, mainly because of huge market potential in Asia and geographical advantage. Tim Koschella, managing director, says that Korean mobile game market is one of the biggest mobile game markets after U.S and Europe and that Asian Mobile Game market including Korea has high growth potential to the degree that the market is expected to take up the half of global mobile game market.”

“AppLift has a strong global team who speaks almost 20 different languages, having offices in Germany, United States and France. We are going to provide the effective marketing tool which can help our Asian clients distribute games globally.”

Click here to read the whole article (in Korean).

Tim Koschella, AppLift Co-Founder, Managing Director and currently heading operations at our Asian office in Seoul, was interviewed in the famous Korean gaming magazine Game Chosun.

Here are the main take aways from the interview:

“The world is paying attention to Korea’s mobile game market. Major mobile game companies as well as global mobile marketing companies are establishing local branches in Korea.”

“AppLift has established its office in Korea, mainly because of huge market potential in Asia and geographical advantage. Tim Koschella, managing director, says that Korean mobile game market is one of the biggest mobile game markets after U.S and Europe and that Asian Mobile Game market including Korea has high growth potential to the degree that the market is expected to take up the half of global mobile game market.”

“AppLift has a strong global team who speaks almost 20 different languages, having offices in Germany, United States and France. We are going to provide the effective marketing tool which can help our Asian clients distribute games globally.”

Click here to read the whole article (in Korean).

Tim Koschella, AppLift Co-Founder, Managing Director and currently heading operations at our Asian office in Seoul, was interviewed in the famous Korean gaming magazine Game Chosun.

Here are the main take aways from the interview:

“The world is paying attention to Korea’s mobile game market. Major mobile game companies as well as global mobile marketing companies are establishing local branches in Korea.”

“AppLift has established its office in Korea, mainly because of huge market potential in Asia and geographical advantage. Tim Koschella, managing director, says that Korean mobile game market is one of the biggest mobile game markets after U.S and Europe and that Asian Mobile Game market including Korea has high growth potential to the degree that the market is expected to take up the half of global mobile game market.”

“AppLift has a strong global team who speaks almost 20 different languages, having offices in Germany, United States and France. We are going to provide the effective marketing tool which can help our Asian clients distribute games globally.”

Click here to read the whole article (in Korean).

Tim Koschella, AppLift Co-Founder, Managing Director and currently heading operations at our Asian office in Seoul, was interviewed in the famous Korean gaming magazine Game Chosun.

Here are the main take aways from the interview:

“The world is paying attention to Korea’s mobile game market. Major mobile game companies as well as global mobile marketing companies are establishing local branches in Korea.”

“AppLift has established its office in Korea, mainly because of huge market potential in Asia and geographical advantage. Tim Koschella, managing director, says that Korean mobile game market is one of the biggest mobile game markets after U.S and Europe and that Asian Mobile Game market including Korea has high growth potential to the degree that the market is expected to take up the half of global mobile game market.”

“AppLift has a strong global team who speaks almost 20 different languages, having offices in Germany, United States and France. We are going to provide the effective marketing tool which can help our Asian clients distribute games globally.”

Click here to read the whole article (in Korean).

Thomas Sommer
Thomas heads up content marketing at AppLift. As such he’s in charge of sourcing, curating, creating and distributing insightful content to increase visibility and thought leadership for the company. Thomas loves to scrutinize the relentless and trilling developments of the mobile industry. You can follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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