Color Project (CEO - Ji Hyun Lee) will present the language tone learning solution, 'Five Colors Chinese' in the Start-up agency exhibition pavilion by the Korea Institute of Startup and Entrepreneurship Development (KISED) at the global start-up expo '4YFN', which will be co-hosted with 'MWC 2017' from February 27th to March 2nd.
Color Project, "Five Colors Chinese" is an educational program that helps learn the Chinese language easily and quickly by enabling intuitive recognition of difficult Chinese characters through pictures and colors.
It is developed not only for Koreans but also for learners of all nationalities, to learn Chinese systematically, and provides Chinese education services to large corporations with differentiated contents.
Color Project will participate in 4YFN and discuss cooperation and partnerships with educational companies and digital content companies from various countries around the world such as the US and Spain. "We will leap to become a global language education platform based on the Korean market," said Ji Hyun Lee, the CEO. She also remarked, "We will challenge the global market whenever we have the opportunity."
Meanwhile, 4YFN (4Years From Now), co-hosted with MWC 2017 (Mobile World Congress 2017), is an exhibition for start-ups consisting of exhibitions, conferences, contests and investor meetings. Start-ups, venture capitals and incubators with innovative technologies all get together. The event will be held in Fira Montjuic exhibition hall during the same period as MWC.
The global news network Aving News, which has delivered the most number of news issues from CES, MWC and IFA, the world's top three tech exhibitions over the past decade, will also send a special report team to the MWC to report on major issues in the market. Also, as part of the 'MADE IN KOREA & MADE BY KOREA' project, we will find companies from Korea that participate in the exhibition and introduce them to the world.