Korean startups promote cooperation and entrepreneurship connection in Vietnam
Hanoi, November 30, 2019
In November 2019, Kyonggi University successfully organized the program "2019 Global Entrepreneurship Vietnam BOOT CAMP" for 10 Korean students and 3 Vietnamese students from 6 different majors.
In addition, the signing ceremony of a cooperation agreement between Kyonggi University, ARCON Art & Culture Social Network, KIMC Company, and Campus-K Company was organized to support Korean startups entering the Vietnamese market. Kyonggi University is one of the top 5 universities receiving the largest investment from the Korean Government's Startup Investment Fund. Since 2013, Kyonggi University has supported 25 successful startup projects, earning more than $1 million each year.
The signing ceremony of cooperation between KIMC company and Kyonggi University - Korea
"In order for Korean startups to do business in the Vietnamese market, we are preparing the plan in the most complete and careful manner. Potential startups are selected through tough competitions. After that, in order to successfully implement the project, you will be guided, advised, and trained in a methodical manner "- said Mr. Lee You Sung - representative of Kyonggi University Startup Support Center.
The meeting between students of Kyonggi University and National Economics University
According to Mr. Ted Kim - CEO of KIMC Group (a Korean group with experience in investment and management consultancy), Korean businesses really want to take advantage of this period to invest in Vietnam because choosing the appropriate time to invest is a prerequisite for Korean startup to be successful in this market.