Korea's Minister of SMEs and Startups, Park Young-sun , will be attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland starting Tuesday.
The annual forum will be attended by some 18-hundred global leaders and entrepreneurs over the course of four days as they shape global agendas for the coming year.
Park was invited as a board member of the Davos council on Advanced Manufacturing and Production where she will discuss meausures to help small businesses reach their goals for sustainable development.
She's the first South Korean minister to serve on a board at Davos.
She'll be explaining South Korea's strategies for implementing smart factories.
And among the business leaders she'll be meeting with is Michael Punke , the vice president of Amazon Web Service.