New attempt to promote Korean companies to domestic and foreign markets in post-coronavirus era!
AVING NEWS' Korea's only convention media
and online exhibition center by itself, began this project to help small and
medium-sized Korean companies to enter the domestic and foreign markets through
MIK HOT SPOT (Made in Korea Online Exhibition) on its way to become the global
online hot spot.
The online exhibition consists of opening
the MIK ONLINE HOT SPOT exhibition, business introduction video for buyers and
investors, domestic and global promotion, target promotion for MIK HOT SPOT
network, and post-management after contacting the buyers and investors, open
for 365 days a year.
The ten companies that participated in MIK
HOT SPOT_Seoul Food Startup Center are as follows. △Ccotmul △Reboot △Tealink
△ThisIs △Allfin △Mugunghwa Food Research Institute △ WooAuction △Future Food
Lab △Stay Jungle △Delis
Ccotmul introduced traditional flower tea.
Kim Bo-min, the CEO of Ccotmul, said, "We are making the Ccotmul products
with our own patented method that can maintain the original shape and color of
flowers as much as possible. Natural flower tea preserved the original shape of
the flower manufactured into a traditional flower tea. Blended flower tea is in
the form of tea bag, so it is convenient to drink, and it is a product that
enhances taste and aroma by blending herbs and fruits as well as flowers."
Ccotmul is using the flower grown in clean areas under the supply agreement
with local flower farms.
Reboot introduced Reboot Cleanse
Lactobacillus. Lee Seung-ah, the CEO of Reboot Life, said "Reboot Cleanse
Lactobacillus is the first patented lactobacillus with detox effect developed
first time in Korea. Weissella cibaria D30, our first patented strain with the
detox effect fir the first time in Korea, was developed by Professor Baek
Hyun-dong, an expert in probiotics in the Department of Food Science and
Biotechnology, Konkuk University. Reboot Cleanse Lactobacillus added with a
patented strain is the only product that utilizes a functional patented strain
that includes detox and anti-aging effect within the strain itself."
Tealink introduced its herb blended teas
Kkuljam Tea and Lady's Tea.
"Kkuljam Tea is recommended for those who cannot sleep well. It is
the herb blended tea designed to help you feel comfortable and sleep
comfortably after drinking. Lady's Tea is good for women to drink for
premenstrual syndrome, helping them feel comfortable."
ThisIs introduced low-salt pollack roes and
convenience foods. Kim Won-tae, the CEO of ThisIs, said, "There are a million
ways to eat pollack roe. It goes well with many different kinds of foods, and
it maximizes the taste of any food. ThisIs will develop and plan a variety of
foods that can be used in various ways. Furthermore, I What are your future
plans to plan and sell not only Korean food but also foods such as pad thai
from Southeast Asia."
Allfin introduced its pet service. Choi
Sang-ho, the CEO of Allfin, said, "Currently, we are planning to make
freeze-dried products for supplying food domestically and overseas. The part
currently preparing for export is the local kitchen. It is a system which we
provide customized food produced locally to local hospitals directly by
partnering with local hospitals. We are continuously developing programs in
partnership with domestic hospitals to continue the business model within the
△Mugunghwa Food Research Institute
Mugunghwa Food Research Institute introduced its blended morning glory tea "Mugunghwada_Korea's Soft Light." Kim Mi-jeong, the CEO of "Mugunghwa Food Research Institute, said, "Morning glory has a subtle sweet taste and beautiful color, but its properties weaken when dried and processed. To reproduce the scent of morning glory, we used domestic fruits and herbs to improve the taste, color and taste. It is also caffeine-free and made into tea bags for convenience."
WooAuction introduced its livestock distribution
system. Jung Gyu, the CEO of WooAuction, said, "The biggest advantage of
WooAuction economic system is that general consumers can access it most easily
through mobile. And the biggest advantage is that customers can choose the part
and the weight they want, and buy quality products at an affordable price."
△Future Food Lab
Future Food Lab introduced foods made from
insects. Ryu Si-du, the CEO of Future Food Lab, said, "The most steady and
best seller among our products is Mealworm Powder. It is a product developed
and processed directly by our contracted farm and it tastes very soft and
delicious. Mealworm has a lot of oil, so it's difficult to make powder that's
delicious and soft with it. But, we have successfully developed it. Even people
who cannot consume mealworm because of its appearance can have it
Stay Jungle introduced its s genetic
analysis data-based health management meal O2O platform Kim Eun-jeong, the CEO
of Stay Jungle, said, "We are planning to expand our business nationwide very
soon. We are also aiming to go beyond Korea and enter the global market. The US
and other countries as well. We are particularly going to target the
international students who have a difficult time in preparing meals."
Delis introduced its solid broth which it
developed on its own. Kim Hee-gon, the CEO of Delis, said, "To make solid
broth, we mix extract and powder to natural ingredients and boil it once like
making the actual broth. We then freeze-dry the boiled broth, and that's how
our product is finally made. Unlike existing products, our product does not
generate any food waste."
Seoul Food Startup Center, which
participated in MIK HOT SPOT (Made in Korea Online Exhibition) is providing
support to the agri-food-related companies come up with innovative ideas and
new products. It is supporting food processing technology, licensing, patents,
design, and promotional marketing so that agricultural products can be reborn
as high-value products. Various startup support services such as ▴Startup training
▴Mentoring ▴Consulting ▴Investment connection are
The official of the center said, "We
are fostering start-up agri-food companies to help develop new competitive
products. This is going to lead to the exports of Korea's excellent agri-food
and create more jobs, becoming a new growth engine for Seoul."
The global news network AVING News has
begun holding the MIK Hot Spot (Made in Korea Online Exhibition) to help small
and medium-sized companies enter the market and attract investment 365 days a
year. AVING News has been running online exhibitions since 2005 and had 975
online exhibitions so far. Its YouTube online exhibition has placed itself as
Korea's largest online exhibition hall that opens with 19,000 videos (booths)
with more than 800,000 visits per month which means more than 10 million visits
The MIK HOT SPOT online exhibition is scheduled to
be held regularly according to the field, target market, and participating
institutions, and it will be presented as a new type of online business by
transforming the know-hows and values of the participating companies according
to the trend. Companies that want to participate can apply and apply through
the marketing support projects from supporting institutions in the local
governments. Refer to the institutions for more information.