Gyeonggido Business & Science Accelerator (GBSA) and the global IP firm Xinova Asia jointly held “Go Global Day” at Pangyo Startup Campus on November 18th
The event was organized for “strengthening of startups’ global competitiveness” and “establishing of mutually beneficial cooperation model for startups, middle market enterprises and large companies”.
The event took place on Zoom platform to prevent COVID-19 infection. It was opened to all startups which are keen to make success at global market and build desirable cooperation model among businesses.
The virtually held event was kicked-off with the opening ceremony, which was followed by keynote lectures, a “talk concert” with three speakers and presentations of model startup case.
The keynote lectures were addressed by a touchpad keyboard maker Innopresso CEO Cho, Eun-hyung, Kakao Ventures Director Jang, Won-yeol and Born-to-Global Center Director Jang, Seok-jin. The speakers shared their insights for startups’ successful global business.
The “talk concert” covered ways for businesses to work and grow together. Three speakers of the session candidly discussed why the mutually beneficial cooperation among startups, middle market enterprises and large companies became important and issues that startups face in entering the global market.
The presentations session was addressed by two model startups in Pangyo city which were selected in advance. The two startups presented their innovative items and know-hows for success.
Xinova Asia Chairman Kim, Yong-sung said, “GBSA’s huge support enabled this event to take place.” He added, “I hope there would be more opportunities where Pangyo city and startups would gather with the theme of entering global market and cooperate for mutually beneficial outcomes.”