Samsung is a South Korean worldwide combination multi-industry company in Samsung Town, Seoul. It includes various partnered organizations, the greater part of them joined under the Samsung brand, and is the biggest South Korean chaebol (business aggregate).
Samsung was established by Lee Byung-chul in 1938 as an exchanging organization. Throughout the following three decades, the gathering expanded into territories including food preparation, materials, protection, protections, and retail. Samsung entered the hardware business in the late 1960s and the development and shipbuilding ventures in the mid-1970s; these zones would drive its resulting development. Following Lee’s demise in 1987, Samsung was isolated into four business gatherings – Samsung Group, Shinsegae Group, CJ Group, and Hansol Group. Since 1990, Samsung has progressively globalized its exercises and gadgets; specifically, its cell phones and semiconductors have become its most significant wellspring of pay. Starting in 2017, Samsung has the sixth most elevated worldwide brand esteem.