Government Supports ICT SMEs for Overseas Market Entry to Overcome COVID-19 with the World Online ICT Show입력 2021. 09. 23. 17:37
기사 도구 모음
A KAIT official said, "We will continue striving to help businesses achieve substantial outcomes through systematic follow-up management support and monitoring, such as by holding the second export fair during November targeting businesses that are highly likely to win orders."
이 뉴스는 기업·기관·단체가 뉴스와이어를 통해 배포한 보도자료입니다.기사 제목과 주요 문장을 기반으로 자동요약한 결과입니다. 전체 맥락을 이해하기 위해서는 본문 보기를 권장합니다.
The Ministry of Science and ICT of Korea (MSIT, Minister: Hyesook Lim) and the Korea Association for ICT Promotion (KAIT, President: Jung Ho Park) held the World Online ICT Show (WOW) 2021 Business Meeting to support overseas market entry of Korean small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the ICT industry experiencing difficulties in marketing route development due to the prolongation of COVID-19.
Over 80 Korean ICT SMEs and 62 buyers from 29 countries, including the U.S., Brazil, Belgium, China, and Vietnam, attended the business meeting held on September 15 and 16 using the WOW platform. The platform is an online show platform to help domestic ICT businesses enter overseas markets and expand export in the difficult times after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The meeting was held online and offline concurrently at the venue in COEX. For companies that could not attend the fair, an online consultation service was provided in the form of a three-way video conference with the buyers and interpreters.
To realize the successful export contract of the attending companies, a prior demand survey was conducted for business matching with buyers. In addition, to overcome the limitations of the contactless format of this event, a directory book on the participating companies’ products was produced and distributed to buyers to provide sufficient information about the companies. Moreover, the participating SMEs were provided with opportunities to receive professional trade and IR consulting services in order to help them resolve their current difficulties.
Through the fair, not only was export consulting to a scale of USD 57 million carried out, but also some companies concluded MOUs. For instance, More Dream Inc. entered into a USD 50,000 MOU with MAIZA Tech of Malaysia to export multilingual keyboard technology for smartphones. Other companies including Hurien and HelloFactory are also in the process of positive discussion to enter into MOUs with overseas buyers.
A KAIT official said, “We will continue striving to help businesses achieve substantial outcomes through systematic follow-up management support and monitoring, such as by holding the second export fair during November targeting businesses that are highly likely to win orders.”
이 뉴스는 기업·기관·단체가 뉴스와이어를 통해 배포한 보도자료입니다.
출처:Korea Association for ICT Promotion
Copyright (c) 코리아뉴스와이어, 무단복제 및 재배포 금지
뉴스와이어 주요 뉴스
해당 언론사로 연결됩니다.
- 예스24, ‘이상한 변호사 우영우’ 문지원 대본집 예약 판매 하루 만에 5000부 판매
- 이모션웨이브, 9월 온오프믹스형 ‘뮤직 메타버스 페스티벌’ 개최
- 유튜브 골라라TV, 제주 로컬 마켓 론칭 버라이어티 ‘탐라도서울’ 공개
- 국민체육진흥공단, ‘2022 SPORTS STARTUP 창업교육’ 통해 스포츠 분야 창업 인재 양성
- 특급 호텔 출신 셰프 뭉친 ‘레트로아’, 청담동 차움에 그랜드 오픈
- 한국중앙자원봉사센터 “자원봉사자 2000여명 수해 복구 활동 참여”
- 폰타나, 100% 지중해산 토마토로 만든 빅사이즈 파스타 소스 출시
- 기아-열매나눔인터내셔널, 르완다 주민 대상 ‘그린 라이트 프로젝트’ 결실
- 재규어 TCS 레이싱 팀, 2022 포뮬러 E 세계 챔피언십 E-프리 대회에 참가하기 위해 서울로 출격
- 삼성, 집중 호우 피해 지원 위해 30억원 지원