3일간의 Startup Essential 교육 이뤄져
Three days of Startup Essential Training A "Startup Essential Education" was held on July 23th (Tuesday) and 25th (Thursday) at Room 303 of Hyundai Motor Hall for the tenants of the Iljin Center for Startup Incubation. Professor Kim Hicheon and 10 other lecturers gave special lectures, with about 20 students attending. First, Professor Kim Hicheon began the lecture by advising start-up station tenants. While introducing the CEOs of Naver, NC Soft and Nexon, Kim said, "It is my dream that alumni of our startup stations will grow into such successful cases," and "You will succeed because the market is bigger than 20 years ago, there is full support from KUBS, and you all have excellent intellectual skills." Professor Moon Jungbien then gave a lecture on social values and the spirit of entrepreneurship. Professor Yoo Shijin explained about insights on the startup market, while Professor Nam Daeil talked about successful start-up business models. Professor Shin Myung-chul gave a lecture on "VC Clinical Session," while Professor Chung Jaeho talked about "Startup Way: What We Found in Growing Startups." On the second and third days, the education was centered on practice. Kim Shin-il, a tax accountant (Seongbuk Tax Office), Lee Juhan, a lawyer, (legal support group for Startups), and Tae Won-seok, CEO of Cosmetheus (ChuChu, third generation) gave special lectures on corporate establishment, accounting and tax practices, digital marketing, contract preparation, and patent practice. As the last speaker, CEO Kim Yoon-hwan of Talling delivered a lecture on "The Growth Story of Seniors of KUBS" and wrapped up the three-day Startup Essential education.
Choi Yoon-Joon (Admitted '17, KUBS) Wins the Top Prize in the Real Estate 114 Big Data Contest
Choi Yoon-Joon (Admitted '17, KUBS) Wins the Top Prize in the Real Estate 114 Big Data Contest Choi Yoon-Joon (Admitted '17, KUBS) won the top prize in the "Big Data Contest" hosted by Real Estate 114 on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. A contest for undergraduates and graduates nationwide, a total of 199 teams applied, and 54 of them submitted their projects, with one team winning the grand prize, one team winning the top prize, and three teams for excellence. The main competition and awards ceremony was held on May 29th at the Pangyo Startup Campus in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province. Winner's Interview 최우수상 수상의 최윤준(경영17) 학우 1. You've presented on the topic of "Real Estate Price Trend Forecasting Model Using Machine Learning." Could you please elaborate on your topic? We've created a model that can literally predict the trend of real estate prices by using machine learning. By combining REPS 3.0, a data platform that was provided by Real Estate 114, with the macroeconomic indicators provided by the National Statistical Portal or the Bank of Korea's Economic Statistics System, we predicted the trend of real estate prices in almost every region, including Seoul, Gyeonggi, Incheon, Busan, North Gyeongsang, South Gyeongsang, and Jeju. Machine learning techniques such as Support Vector Machine, Linear Discriminal Analysis, Random Forest, and Artificial Neural Network were used as predictive methods. To give you a specific description of the method we used, we first divided the price change rate data that we wanted to predict into three classes: sUp, Up, and Down. Next, through a graph analysis, we determined whether each column (LTV, DTI, consumer price inflation, turnover, supply, etc.) and class was correlated or not, and only the columns that were significant to the prediction were selected. We used machine learning techniques such as Supervisor Machine, Linear Discriminal Analysis, Random Forest, and Artificative Neural Network to predict whether each of these points belongs to sUP, Up, or Down. Finally, we created the error sequence and ROC Curve to measure the accuracy of the prediction and determine whether the analysis results were significant. 2. Please tell us how you feel about winning the award and some tips for winning. The biggest force for winning is understanding big data, developing insights, and learning data visualization and machine learning techniques through a course called "Basics of Big Data Analysis and Interpretation" by Professor Jung Howon. Based on what I learned from the professor, I was able to participate in many competitions. Also, when I was looking for information on real estate competitions, I was able to get the necessary data without wandering around because I asked Professor Kim Jae-wook for advice. With the help of our professors, we were able to produce analysis reports that included both data and techniques. Not only did we have a solid report, but also with previous experience of winning two awards, we provided a smooth delivery of the analysis. I believe that is why we were able to receive an award. I had been worrying if I could do well in studying big data, but this contest was a very meaningful event because I could yield results that helped relieve my anxiety. I was able to gain the confidence to participate in other competitions without hesitation by continuing to study this field.
KUBS MBA Admission Guide for Fall 2019
KUBS MBA Admission Guide for Fall 2019 In 1963, for the first time in the country, Graduate School of Business was launched in Korea University to train professional managers. It was converted to an MBA program in September 2006 and has since continued its ‘first and best’ reputation in Korea. KUBS MBA, the nation's top MBA program, will recruit new students for the second half of 2019. New students will be recruited in three programs: Executive MBA, Korea MBA and Finance MBA. Applications will be available online from September 26th to October 25th, 5:00 pm. Information sessions for prospective applicants will be held accordingly. The session for Korea MBA program will be at 7:30 pm on September 18th, followed by Finance MBA program at 7:30 pm on September 20th, and Executive MBA program at 7:30 pm on September 24th. It will consist of an introduction to KUBS and each program, Q&A and a campus tour. A program for managers and executives with more than 10 years of experience, the Executive MBA program will be on weekends (Friday-Saturday) and will last for two years. As it consists of CEOs and executives representing each field, two professors and a full-time program manager will help any academic affairs. Exclusive classrooms and lounges will also be provided. In particular, KUBS Executive MBA ranked 38th in the "100 Executive MBA Rankings in the World" by Financial Times (UK) in 2018, maintaining the country's No. 1 throne for the eighth consecutive year while competing proudly with other global MBA programs. Admission is open for around 55 students. (Admission Inquiries: 02-3290-2705/5365) Executive MBA Admission Guide Korea MBA, which boasts the long tradition of KUBS and the best human network, is a two-year part-time program for office workers, with classes taking place in the evening. Aiming to foster an international level of managers specialized in Korean companies, it actively researches and develops business cases for managerial innovation in Korean companies. Each year, about 190 students are selected through a rigorous selection process. Korea MBA program will offer learning opportunities for eight majors including HR, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, LSOM, MIS, International Management and Strategic Management, with self-organized alumni association and student clubs in various fields. (Admission Inquiries: 02-3290-1360/5365) Korea MBA Admission Guide Finance MBA program which fosters professionals in finance is a two-year part-time program that trains specialized expertise in finance including general theories of business. The basic theories on finance will be taught by KUBS professors, and practical subjects such as asset management, financial engineering and insurance will be taught by working-level experts in the industry, so that they can be used directly in the field of business. In particular, in line with the rapidly changing environment with the development of information technology, KUBS also provides courses on programming subjects (R and Python) or Big Data/Machine Learning. Admission is open for about 35 students. (Admission Inquiries: 02-3290-1308/5365) Finance MBA Admission Guide
The 9th KUBS Youth Mentoring Day Held Successfully
The 9th KUBS Youth Mentoring Day Held Successfull The 9th KUBS Youth Mentoring Day was held on July 27th at the Korea University, Seoul Campus. The Youth Mentoring Day, organized and hosted by the KUBS Public Relations Office, KUBE and 10 student mentors, welcomed 100 high school students from all over the country who want to study business administration in college. "College life is about experiencing things that you didn't know before," said Jae Wook Kim, Dean of KUBS. “I hope you experience college life today as much as you want.” First, the student ambassadors, KUBE, introduced campus life and seven majors in KUBS, providing high school students with basic knowledge of business administration. In Q&A sessions, Joong Hyuk Kim, Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs, answered some questions about KUBS. And then students toured around the school campus, carried out some missions and wrapped up the morning program. The afternoon program began with a special lecture by Joonmahn Lee. Professor Lee gave a special lecture on business administration at the level of high school students. In the next two-hour session, students were asked to build a strategy using 4P and maximize the value of a company. Students seriously discussed what decisions they would make if they were a manager of a company. After the session, participants had a mentoring session with a KUBS student. During the session, various questions were asked, including how to get into KUBS, test scores and school activities for examples, as well as questions about college life in general. "I want to thank you for keeping up with our program till the end," said Seok-hyun Kong (KUBS ’18), a member of KUBE. "I'll wait for the day to see you guys again at KUBS." Participants wrapped up the event by leaving messages to each other on a sheet of paper. KUBS Youth Mentoring Day is held for first and second graders of high school every summer and winter vacation. Application for participation can be made at the KUBS website during the application period. <제9회 청소년 멘토링데이> 사진 확인하기
2019 Finance MBA Homecoming Day, Precious time of F-MBA students who found home of heart
2019 Finance MBA Homecoming Day Precious time of F-MBA students who found home of heart KUBS Finance MBA (hereinbelow F-MBA) homecoming day for the first half of 2019 was held at 3rd floor buffet of Sudang Samyang Faculty House on June 26th. About 60 people attended the ceremony, including professor Weon Sang Yoo, professor Na Hyun Seung, professor Kim Dongcheol, professor Kim Chang Ki, professor SOHN BUMJEAN, and professor Joon Ho Hwang. "We are trying to make various changes and innovations in order to develop the F-MBA program. More advice, reprimands and opinions from everyone will definitely help F-MBA to become the best place for raising financial experts,” said professor Na Hyun Seung in his greetings. Professor Weon Sang Yoo added, "There is a lyric that Korea University is the home of the heart in the Korea University song.” "I want you to have a good time and feel comfortable as you are at home. KUBS will strive to show progress so that all of you can feel proud of your school. " F-MBA students also responded with high expectations. "I am glad to see familiar faces again through the homecoming day," said Jeon Hoon (F-MBA 7th). "I wish everyone had a good time today." After the dinner, giveaway event was held. Finally, the participants gathered together to take group pictures and enjoyed time to socialize. The F-MBA holds a homecoming day every year to provide time for graduated students and attending students to interact and socialize. 사진 확인하기
CEOS of the 500 Largest Companies: Korea University as the Largest Academic Network
CEOS of the 500 Largest Companies: Korea University as the Largest Academic Network Korea University Business School (Dean= Kim Jaewook) has the largest number of CEOs in the top 500 companies. According to a survey conducted by a corporation evaluation website CEOScore, (CEO=Park Jugeun) on July 10 in which 676 CEOs from the 495 companies out of the top 500 companies were examined, Korea University Business School produced 28 CEOs, accounting for 5.1 percent of the total number. In the survey, 23.3 percent of the total was business administration majors, and only Korea University Business School surpassed 5 percent out of other business schools. On the ranking based on single departments of universities, 28 students were from Korea University Business School, followed by the Business Administration department at Seoul National University (4.6 percent and 25 people), Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Seoul National University (2.9 percent and 16 people), Business Administration at Yonsei University (2.8 percent and 15 people), and Economics at Seoul National University (2.6 percent and 14 people). Furthermore, the number of people who graduated from 'SKY' Universities amounted to 241 people, accounting for 42.6 percent. Out of the total number, Korea University produced 64 people, or 11.3 percent, which ranked second in the overall university rankings, but Korea University Business School ranked first in terms of a single department of a university. Related News [CEO스코어데일리 ] 500대 기업 CEO, 'SKY' 42.6%…최대학맥은 고대 경영학 [SBS] 대기업 CEO 10명 중 4명 '스카이' 출신…최대 학맥은 고대 경영 [중앙일보] 500대 기업 CEO 이력 분석…가장 많은 출신 대학·전공은? [조선일보] 대기업 CEO 10명 중 4명은 SKY…'고대경영' 최대학맥 부상 [서울경제] 대기업 CEO 10명 중 4명 '스카이' 출신…가장 많은 출신 대학은 [헤럴드경제] 대기업 CEO 42.6% '스카이' 출신…'고대경영' 가장 많아 [아주경제] 대기업 CEO 10명중 4명 '스카이' 출신…최대 학맥은 고대경영 [서울파이낸스] 대기업 CEO 10명 중 4명 'SKY'···고대 경영 최대 학맥 부상 [이데일리] 대기업 CEO 10명중 4명은 ‘SKY’..‘고려대 경영학’ 가장 많아 [연합뉴스] 국내 500대 기업 CEO 출신학교 현황 '톱10' [이투데이] 대기업 CEO 10명 중 4명 'SKY' 출신 [뉴스웨이] 대기업 CEO 42% ‘스카이’ 출신…고대경영 최다 [뉴시스] 500대 기업 CEO, 'SKY' 42.6%…최대학맥은 고대 경영학
CPA Mentoring Seminar, the best support for young generation
CPA Mentoring Seminar, the best support for young generation On July 9th (Tue), KUBS Career Development Center hosted `CPA Mentoring Seminar’ at Hyundai Motor Hall. The seminar covered student’s live questions and inquiries about KICPA (Korean Institute of Certified Public Accountant) exam and the businesses of the accounting firm. Two currently active CPAs, Daehoon Kim (KPMG, KUBS06) and Jinhyung Kim (Deloitte, KUBS07), participated in the seminar to give a generous advice to undergraduates who have interests in becoming an accountant. Seminar went through the two separated sessions, in order to distribute the topic of the Q&As. The first session covered the questions about preparing the CPA exam, and the second half was made up of the inquiries in accountant’s jobs and tasks at the business scene. At first, Jinhyung Kim pointed out his past motivation for the CPA exam, explaining as “After the military service period, I have begun to find my own strength, not depending on the college education’s name value. Therefore, I decided to prepare CPA exam that I can guarantee my own expertise in market and my future income stability”. About the exam, Daehoon Kim shared his study know-how and experience, saying “I began studying from summer vacation period and considered the first-time exam as a practice, then I made a short-term objective to enter into Jungjincho (KUBS CPA-exam group). To mitigate the anxiety, I didn’t throw the practice sheets away and stored them. Also, I recorded my studying hours respectively per exam subjects. In addition, I searched for the online courses which exactly match my own learning style. My preparation period began relatively earlier than others since I started studying at the beginning of my military service period. Also, I believe that planning a strategic studying schedule rather than hastening myself to achieve an early success was the major source to win the exam”. In the next session, two speakers provided information of CPA’s career, after getting the license. Jinhyung Kim explained, “There are 3 divisions in an accounting firm. Basically there are Auditory division, FA division which handles M&A businesses and real estate value estimations and finally the Tax division that manages tax investigation issues and tax affairs”. Daehoon Kim replied on the question asking about CPA’s high rate of job transfer, saying “In my opinion, it is better to stay at accounting firm if you have anything left to learn about the business. Considering the successful transfer cases that I know, people leave the office when they start thinking ‘Now I don’t have any learning points in the firm’”. One student asked about the general outlook of CPA as a job, and Jinhyung Kim answered “Honestly it is a saturated market. It is certain that CPA’s job market can’t elude from getting rigidity while the Korean economy shows negative trend of growth. It is quite definite that CPA’s job market following the macro-economic index”. Daehoon Kim commented “But since accounting and taxation market are not really dynamic compared to other sectors, the market will keep its stability in a good momentum”. The seminar took over two hours, CPA mentors sincerely sharing their wide range of experiences and knowledges for the undergraduate mentees. The event was successfully ended with Daehoon Kim’s remark, saying “I feel honored coming to campus and to meet those undergraduate students who have huge potentials. I hope this seminar helps their exam preparation and career growth”.
Public Officer Qualification Exam Mentoring Seminar Held for Junior Mentees
Public Officer Qualification Exam Mentoring Seminar Held for Junior Mentees Korea University Business School (Dean=Kim Jae Wook) Career Hub held the ‘Public Officer Qualification Exam Mentoring Seminar’ at Hyundai Motor Hall on Tuesday, July 2. This seminar was the first seminar, where attendees mainly talked about how to prepare for the public officer qualification exam. In this day's event, three mentors of Choi Yoon-seok (KUBS 00), Lee Seung-hoon (KUBS 05) and Oh Dong-eun (KUBS 11) who passed the exam gave their generous advice to the audience. In Part 1, mentors talked about how to prepare for the exam. In response to a question asking about how he first decided to prepare for the exam, Oh, who works for the Office of State Coordination, said, "I had great interest in enterprise activities," and went on saying, “Government policy has huge impact on enterprise activities, so I hoped to engage in such a meaningful job by becoming a public officer." One student questioned “How can we get most out of school lectures?”. Oh replied, "Lectures can be helpful to find out what type of subject they are. Micro and macroeconomics lectures, as well as administrative law lecture were very helpful in preparing for the exam." Choi, who works at the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy, replied to a question asking about his experience in ‘Exam preparation class (Takmajung)’. He said, "I have received immense help from my classmates during my hard times. Those who graduated Takmajung are currently working in various departments, and this also helps me in work. In Part 2, mentors shared their own stories related to work experience. "In fact, almost all the ministries are located in Sejong city, so advantages and disadvantages coexist,” replied Oh, according to the question about his current job satisfaction. He also added, "There is merit in that there are well-organized systems such as parental leave, I think.” When asked about the work environment, Choi said, "The working environment and job satisfaction depends on which ministry you work at." He went on saying, “We usually do business related to law revision and budget, and also cooperate with other departments to prepare countermeasures for various issues." The seminar, which lasted for nearly two hours, was filled with useful preparation tips and practical information about work experience. The three mentors said, "We wish you a good luck in your exams.”
2019-2 KUBS Outbound-Exchange Students Information Session Held
2019-2 KUBS Outbound-Exchange Students Information Session Hel 2019-2 KUBS Outbound Exchange Students Information Session was held on June 21 (Fri) at 6:00 pm in HM B307. The contents were △Preparations before departure and return △Application for credit acknowledgement △Q&A session. Before departure, exchange students must report their departure through submitting a departure notification form on the outbound-exchange students information session date, a letter of commitment, a parental consent form, and submit a copy of the student's insurance certificate. In addition, the student will officially be recognized as an exchange student only when the tuition fee is paid in full during the semester's tuition payment period, and it is their duty to confirm their exchange student status at KUPID (Portal). After arrival, students must report their arrival to the KUBS International Office exchange program coordinator via e-mail with their residence address, residence telephone number, contact information, and ‘Notice of Arrival Form’. Students must also attend the local orientation and make an entry declaration to the foreign exchange university. Guidance for preparation before and after ‘departure’ was followed by guidance for preparations before and after ‘returning’. Students must visit the relevant department of the foreign exchange university and make a request to send the official report card to the KUBS International Office before leaving. In addition, students must obtain the syllabus with weekly lecture plans and the number of the lecture hours and must complete the settlement of the dormitory and the account safely. After returning, students must apply for acknowledgement of credits. Immediately after returning, students should visit the International Office, fill out the return notification form and feedback & experience form, and submit the application for foreign exchange university credits, original report card, e-mail report paper, and syllabus. The document format is included in the outbound-exchange student information session reference materials. 공지사항 확인하기
Korea University Business School Produces the Largest Number of "2019 CEOs of Korea."
Korea University Business School Produces the Largest Number of "2019 CEOs of Korea." KUBS (Dean=Kim Jae Wook) has been selected as the single largest university and department with the highest number of CEOs in Korea. In the "2019 CEO of Korea's 100 largest companies," released by Hankyung Business Review, KUBS produced the largest number of CEOs in Korea based on the criterion of a single university and department. Of the top 100 CEOs, a total of 34 majored in business administration, with 11 from Korea University's business school. The ranking was followed by six business administration majors from Yonsei University and five from Seoul National University. The top 100 CEOs in Korea who graduated from Korea University include GS Chairman Huh Chang-soo (Admitted in ‘67), Hyundai Marine Vice Chairman Lee Chul-young (Admitted in ‘71), LS Group Chairman Koo Ja-yeol (Admitted in ‘72), S&I Corporation President Lee Dong-yeol (Admitted in ‘76), Samsung C&T Corporation President Lee Young-ho (Admitted in ‘78), CJ Industrial CEO Kang Shin-ho (Admitted in ‘81), Doosan Group CEO Park Jungwon (Admitted in ‘81), SK Telecom CEO Park Jungho (Admitted in ‘82), Korea Investment Holdings Inc. Vice President Kim Namgu (Admitted in ‘83), and SK Chemicals CEO Na Kyungsu (Admitted in ‘84). The majors with the most top 100 CEOs after business administration were as follows: economics (9), chemical engineering (6), law (5), and electronics (5). Related news [HK Business] ‘1957 CEO’ Power maintains…The youngest president 'Gwangmo Koo'
Yoohee Kim (KUBS15), Doyoung Ahn(KUBS15) and Sunhyung Yoo (KUBS15) wins the “Research Challenge Competition” hosted by Korea Investment & Securities Co., LTD.
Yoohee Kim (KUBS15), Doyoung Ahn(KUBS15) and Sunhyung Yoo (KUBS15) wins the “Research Challenge Competition” hosted by Korea Investment & Securities Co., LTD. We have a good news that three KUBS undergraduates, Yoohee Kim(KUBS15), Doyoung Kim(KUBS15) and Sunhyung Yoo(KUBS15) have received the top awards from the “Research Challenge Competition” hosted by one of the largest Korean financial institution, Korea Investment & Securities Co., LTD (“The Institution”). The Institution targets to discover the new, promising financial analysts in the campus via “Research Challenge Competition” and to support their future growth. The competition was successfully operated as a second-time opening following the last year, gathering 151 challengers (the number increased by 48% compared to 2018) The award ceremony was held on June 13th (Thu), at Korea Investment & Securities Co’s headquarter located in Yeoi-do. Based on the direct evaluation by senior analysts from the institution, the awards were given to 4 teams (8 people) and one individual who made the out-performing final report and the presentation. All 9 winners get an option to apply in the institution’s internship (permanent transfer type) in second half of 2019. After finishing the internship with an extraordinary result, they may choose to take the final interview to become a permanent employee of the firm. Interview with Awarde 대상 수상의 김유희(경영15), 안도영(경영15) 1. Why did your team choose Korean Air as a research subject? KIS research challenge is a presentation competition covering the business analysis & investment strategy. For business analysis part, 3 corporate options were given to the team, and each team may choose its firm to take a research on. We decided to choose Korean Air since we thought that it might be the best option to collect the most recent data and make the firm’s future earnings expectation. Considering other two corporates, Netmarble and Amorepacific, weren’t good enough to build up a logical research strategy given the limitations in sourcing the data. We wrote the report by organizing the data of Korean Air’s international skyline sales growth, in order to focus on the fundamentals rather than the short-term issues. 2. Please leave us your comment on receiving the award. And please let us know the secret of your winning mentality. Both of us actively participated in RISK, the value stock research group in KUBS and we are used to doing research on diverse topics of various corporates. Plus, we had time advantages since both of us were on temporary absence on school. We did daily meeting in April, never missed a day structuring the analysis flow, collecting and sourcing the data. Especially, the reason we achieved extra high points on creativity score at the final decision, will be because of our hard work on discovering our own perspective on the Korean Air’s earnings trend. For the further analysis on the financial state and valuation, we approached via regional, RPK and yield calculation and those supported our research a lot. It was a highly rewarding experience, accomplishing what we have targeted, and the output is so sweet. (우)금상 수상의 유선형(경영15) 1. Please specify the details of your research contents. I made a business analysis report of the firm ‘Korean Air’. The main factors that we considered while picking up the subject were; 1) the importance of macro analysis such as commodity price, FX, rates considering the key features of airline industry 2) opportunity to make an in-depth analysis on the new finance & accounting issue “IFRS 16”. Therefore, we tried to expand the conventional research pools such as basic valuation methods into wider dimension, so that we can get an alpha score on our research. Furthermore, the competitor firm Asiana’s issue or Hanjin Kal related news were also became our interest point preparing the final report. 2. Please leave us your comment on receiving the award. We physically lived in Anam, Seoul but spent time in Paris (worked overnight) everyday, spending most of our days in 24 hours café around the campus. It was pretty hard challenge but rewardable as we have put a lot of effort into it. For me, the reward has an extra significance since I’ve developed myself a lot in RISK in recent one and a half year. At the first time I joined RISK, I had zero information in `Stock’ or ‘Equity’, but I suddenly became a team head and vice president of RISK, finally paving a way to become a winning analyst of KIS challenge. I would like to appreciate all of my team members making greatest works for this competition, and every RISK member who gave us bunch of mental & physical support. Thank you all again!
Ceremony for 2019 Summer KUBS Global Internship
Ceremony for 2019 Summer KUBS Global Internship The ceremony for 2019 Summer KUBS Global Internship was held at Hyundai Motor Hall on June 21. A total of 18 students will be dispatched to companies outside of Korea this summer including LG Electronics Spain, LG Electronics Indonesia, Young Steel and Saudi Aramco. At the ceremony, a various kind of education was provided including a special lecture by KUBS graduate, an information session about the program and gender equality, to help students excel in those companies. First of all, there was a special lecture on work etiquette and attitude by Lee Ki-chang (KUBS ’94), CEO of Nemo Partners China. "This internship could be an opportunity to change your life," said Lee. "I hope you could think seriously about it.” Lee’s lecture was filled with students’ questions and answers. Lee also explained basic work etiquette dealing with cultural differences and dress code. "As a KUBS student, I hope you could learn a lot from this opportunity without wasting them in vain," Lee said. "It is also very good to make local friends if possible." The ceremony was followed by an information session about departure arrangements, punctuality in workplace, work attitude, and things to notice when sending an e-mail. Then, an information session about gender equality was conducted by Roh Jung-min, Head of KU Center for Gender Equality. "There have been cases in which students suffered through harassment because they did not know they could be protected by the school even if they were outside of Korea, " said Roh. "Also, there were some cases that students did not report harassment because they were afraid that it could be reflected in their scores," Roh said. "I hope you can communicate with the school quickly in the event of any harassment.”
Special Lecture on Research Ethics and Graduate School of Business Meeting
Special Lecture on Research Ethics and Graduate School of Business Meeting On June 7th, the Special Lecture on Research Ethics and the Graduate School of Business Meeting of the first semester of the 2019 academic year was held at B205 of Hyundai Motor Building. About 60 graduate students attended. The Special Lecture on Research Ethics was given by Nam Hyung-doo, a professor at the Yonsei University Law School, under the theme of "Honest Writing Free from Plagiarism." "Plagiarism is technically different from the copyright law," Professor Nam Hyung-doo said. "To understand plagiarism, we have to distinguish it from the copyright law." As for the concept ‘paraphrasing,’ He said, "this is a type of 'plagiarism' that does not violate the copyright law, but what will be criticized ethically." "Thus, plagiarism is a concept that includes elements of copyright infringement and ethical criticism. There can be no homage in academia," Professor Nam added. "When you bring in someone else's opinion, you must state the source honestly," he emphasized. The meeting was followed by Kim Baeho, Associate Dean for Research. He briefly explained about Graduate School requirements for graduation, thesis issues, and the BK21 Plus Business. Kim concluded the meeting by encouraging graduate students to study, saying, "There will be many times when it is hard to keep going," and added, "even so, it is research that creates the possibility of making a big difference in the future with one's small idea."
Business Etiquette Education & Orientation for 2019 Summer Internship:
Business Etiquette Education & Orientation for 2019 Summer Internship Pre-education and orientation for KUBS Summer 2019 Internship program was held on June 4th (Tue) at Hyundai Motor Hall B201. KUBS International department, the event coordinator, guided students to remind how to behave well in their upcoming internship in this summer. The session began with the speech from KUBS’s Industry cooperation focused Professor Youngho Kim, followed by Business Etiquette education from Sunghwa Lee, the international manner coach, and finally the teach-in orientation. At the first hand, Professor Youngho Kim addressed that “This summer internship is a first step getting into your career which will last for more than 40 years in your life”. And he emphasized to remember the main three keywords: △Time management △Attitude △Question, which he thinks are the most significant concepts that every career worker should keep in mind. Professor said “The very important beginning is building up your timetable efficiently, setting the priorities of your job. And then, don’t forget to always keep in touch with your seniors, mentors and supervisors in the office, and communicate with them. You must be highly concentrated in every second during the work time, since this internship opportunity will also apply as a test, which evaluates your job fit, and it will become a huge milestone for your future career”. Next, the international manner coach Sunghwa Lee presented a lecture with a topic of ‘Business manner and Etiquette in Domestic and International Internship’. Ms. Lee stressed out that students should always keep asking themselves whether they are a ‘trustable business partner’ in their fields. Also, she said “Not only the mental attitude, but the external looking and professional image is necessary in terms of business manner”. Then she explained students about how to greet person in the business situation, business card etiquette and networking manner, which will be somewhat not familiar to undergraduate students. “Once you are prepared in those small and trivial points, you will be very successful building up a concrete relationship with seniors and supervisors during the internship” said the coach. After the lecture, KUBS international department began a teach-in orientation, announcing the upcoming timetables such as mid-term evaluation and scheduled Professor meeting during the internship program. Plus, they helped students to understand several ‘must-know’ bullets such as flight fee scholarship and mandatory documents to submit prior to the program. KUBS is an absolute pioneer university who introduced international internship program in Korea. Since 1994, KUBS has provided abroad internship opportunities and live experiences in worldwide, to more than 2,000 students in 501 institutions in total.
[Lecture Series #4] "Startups That Can Solve Social Problems" by Kim Jae-hyun, CEO of Kravis Partners.
[Lecture Series #4] "Startups That Can Solve Social Problems" by Kim Jae-hyun, CEO of Kravis Partners. The last KUBS (Dean=Kim Jaewook) Lecture Series of the first semester of the 2019 academic year was held at 6:30 p.m. at the Startup Station on the second floor of the Main Building. In the latest Lecture series, Kim Jae-hyun, CEO of Kravis Partners, gave a lecture on "Impact Investment and Venture: At the Crossroads of Capitalism and Democracy." Crevis Partners is a venture investor that discovers and invests in brave companies challenging to solve social problems, and is an "impact investment company" that manages about 40 billion won in venture funds. First, CEO Kim Jae-hyun explained the story when he first started his own business. "It was the first time that I set up a local Chinese-style website with the permission of my manager when I was in my third year of college," Kim said. "I showed my manager a lot of data to help me develop the site, but it turned out that he was a bad reader." "This experience has given me a chance to think about the role of a manager," he said. "Management, start-up is a noble and meaningful job that connects people and helps people. Starting with this experience, he became interested in "social enterprises" that was not defined at the time. CEO Kim Jae-hyun then explained the concept of impact investing. "The 'social effect' is an area where social and financial values meet," Kim said. "It is not a selfish market that moves by the invisible hand, but a concept that shows that the market is driven by the invisible 'heart.' Impact investment is to invest in business items with such impact," he explained. "But since we also consider financial returns, it's not charity or donation at all," he said. Kim stressed the importance of impact investing by citing cases of several domestic and foreign impact projects, including Marimond, Bear Better and Starbucks. "Impact projects can be a way to solve transnational social problems that a country cannot solve," said CEO Kim Jae-hyun. "I hope you will particularly be interested in employment, safety, environment and housing issues," Kim said, adding, "I hope people here will lead the business centered on social values and philosophy." In the ensuing question-and-answer session, Choi Sung-oh, a freshman at KUBS, questioned the role of the government if private companies were to strive to solve social problems. "The government, too, will have to make efforts to solve problems that the market has not solved," said CEO Kim Jae-hyun, adding, "But the government is not immediate in the process, and it is a social enterprise that is in this buffer zone."
[Lecture on Demand #2] 'First step in promoting your startup' - Manager Anna Choi
[Lecture on Demand #2] 'First step in promoting your startup' - Manager Anna Cho This year’s second "Lecture on Demand" hosted by KUBS Startup Institute (Head=Hicheon Kim) was held at 4 pm on June 4th at the Seung Myung-Ho Center for Entrepreneurship Education on the second floor of the KUBS Main Building. Anna Choi, a KUBS MBA fellow and currently a doctoral student in coaching psychology at Kwangwoon University, gave a lecture on <Planning and Implementing Startup Promotion>. Based on her former experience as a marketing communications manager in Neofect, Choi delivered practical advice on how to promote startups. Choi first explained the strategy of marketing communication. She emphasized that startups should first set clear goals for marketing communications, such as raising the company’s recognition or positioning it with specific images. “Afterwards, they need to analyze their competitors' messages and make in-depth thoughts about their own products to select clear message and media that fits this message," she said. She also stressed five reasons why promotion is important. Once sufficient promotion is done, it will be connected to the purchase of consumers, the support from investors and the application of excellent talents which will ultimately help develop a certain image about the company and its products. At the same time, she stressed that promotion would bring about another promotion. Choi then went on to give practical assistance. She explained how to build a list of reporters and produce basic press kits, maintain friendly relations with reporters and distribute press releases. She also explained how she writes and distributes a press release when there is a proud achievement of the company, such as new product release, successful investment, new awards or sales records. "It was a good time to hear vividly about Choi's experience in promoting startups, which was quite an unfamiliar field to me. I was able to draw a detailed picture of how to contact with the reporters," said Kyung-hwa Lee, a developer of Younggam Company. Every semester, Startup Institute provides startup education through "Lecture on Demand," a working-level lecture series, and "Lecture Series," a special lecture series on startups and ventures. Classes are open courses, which means they are open to not only the employees of a tenant company, but also anyone interested in starting a business. For related inquiries, you can contact the Startup Institute (02-3290-1699).
Information Session for Spring 2020 Outbound Exchange Students
Information Session for Spring 2020 Outbound Exchange Students On June 4th (Tue) at 3:00pm in LG-POSCO Building, KUBS had an information session for Spring 2020 semester’s outbound exchange students. The session was held with the following contents: △Introduction of previous exchange student case △Information of KUBS exchange program △Release of partner university list △Eligibility and application timeline △ Notice of required documents for application △ Q&A. At the beginning, Changui Hong (KUBS13) reviewed his prior experience from KUBS exchange program, saying “KUBS exchange period is a sweet dream for students who are exhausted with busy time table in KU. Everyone will be satisfied with this program, not only enjoying their free time in foreign countries but also achieving a mental growth”. Next, staff from KUBS international department introduced a big picture of KUBS exchange program via its presentation. KUBS operates its own outbound exchange program which transfers 120~170 students abroad, to 102 universities worldwide. This year, University of Melbourne located in Australia have affiliated new partnership with KUBS and got huge interest from many students. University of Melbourne is involved in top 100 business schools in the world, and Spring 2020 will be the first semester that KUBS students go abroad for study. Furthermore, since Korea University international department (not only Business School) also has the partnership with University of Melbourne, there is an additional advantage to study abroad together with other department students in KU. Plus, Western University in Canada and University of Warwick in UK, which well-known as a commanding campus in North America and England also attracted focus from the students. For the eligibility, (1) The applicant needs to achieve average GPA of 3.0, in two previous semester -excluding Summer/Winter semester & Absence period - in KUBS. (2) The Spring 2020 semester, which will be the exchange period, cannot be the applicant’s last semester before the graduation. (3) The applicant will be able to choose to apply in 5 university in total, but up to 3 in America/UK region. (4) The applicant who already has prior experience participating in exchange program in America/UK region is not able to apply again. The applicant who experienced in other region, is not allowed to re-apply in same country. (5) The exchange period will be one semester in general, but it can be extended accordingly to the discussion with KUBS international department. The deadline for application is July 22nd (Mon), 11:50am by online, and paper submission before 4pm. Interview is scheduled from August 1st (Thu) to August 2nd (Fri), and candidate announcement will be completed in August. The final candidates will have orientation session in August 29th (Thu). Orientation session is mandatory, so candidate who does not attend will be rejected from participating into the entire program. The grading criteria for the candidate selection is formed of document screening (40%); GPA of two previous semester and certified English score, and interview score (60%). For the further information of the program, it is opened for everyone to visit KUBS webpage (biz.korea.ac.kr/international/student-exchange). 교환학생 프로그램 공지사항 바로 가기(Click)
KUBS Mentoring Program Kick-off Day, "Practical Advice from Mentors"
KUBS Mentoring Program Kick-off Day, "Practical Advice from Mentors The 2019 KUBS Mentoring Program Kick-off Day was held on May 30 at 7:30 pm at Ahn Young Il Hall, LG-POSCO Building. 76 students from KUBS with Dean Jae Wook Kim and 24 mentors engaged in various fields including △public institutions △finance △accounting △consulting and △law have attended the event. First, Jae Wook Kim said in his welcoming speech, "The mentoring program shows the spirit of Korea University," adding, "I hope students could keep in mind the advice from their mentors. I would also like to thank mentors for attending the event even though they were quite busy." The annual Mentoring Program, held by KUBS Career Hub, is a mentorship program between KUBS students and graduates. KUBS students can apply for the mentoring program via KUBS website around April. Students ranging from freshmen to juniors are grouped with former graduates who have advanced to the career path they hope to follow, and receive practical advice on not only career counseling but also on the job sector in general. At the event, Seunghoon Lee (‘05) was given a letter of appointment as a mentor representative. After the short introduction, the annual schedule was given and the program officially began. Each student asked for advice on matters about their future career. The refreshment session was followed by casual questions in a friendly atmosphere. "I liked it because the mentors were quite close to our age," said Yejin Choi (’17) who participated as a mentee. "It was very helpful to hear realistic stories about my future career path." 34 mentors and 89 mentees will take part in the mentoring program this year. Mentoring Program is subdivided into three areas: △employment (general enterprise, financial enterprise, public enterprise, consulting company), △law and △public exam (accounting firm, civil service) where students have the highest demand for mentoring. Starting with the Kick-off Day, each group will conduct seminars in their fields through several times of "panel talk," and wrap up the event in January next year.
Spring 2019 KUBS Scholarship Award Ceremony
Spring 2019 KUBS Scholarship Award Ceremony Total of 42 KUBS Scholarships was given to 161 students On May 23th (Thu), the first scholarship award ceremony for this year took place at Ahn Young Il Hall, LG-POSCO Building. For the Spring 2019 KUBS scholarships, members of honorable scholarship donor were: Kwangsoo Seo (Internal Auditor of ChungPyungHwa Market), Jahyung Koo (Deputy Head of KUBS alumni), Sungho Oh (Vice President of KUBS alumni), Yoonduk Cho (Director of Hyundai Motors Group), Jaekook Kim (Vice President of KCC corporation), Sanghoon Han (Associate Manager of KCC corporation), Jinyoung Chang from the ‘Keunchang Kim Scholarship Foundation’, Leehyun Choi (Vice President of Samjong KPMG LLC), Senny Park (CEO of Park Senny Mind Coaching Center), KUBS Professor Eonsoo Kim. More than 120 students who got the scholarship participated in the event. The ceremony began with Dean Jaewook Kim’s opening remark. He spoke “The scholarship ceremony is a very meaningful point where the live conversation between donors and students becomes true. I would like to present my deep appreciation to all donors for KUBS again, and I expect students here to give back the aids they got from KU to the society in the future”. Then the contents were followed by giving scholarship certificates to the receivers. In Spring 2019, total 42 categories of scholarships were granted to 161 KUBS students. △KUBS Dream Scholarship (50 students) △Future Scholarship (24 students) △Scholarship for Freshmen (14 students) △Soam Scholarship (12 students) △Namchon Scholarship (11 students) △KPMG-KU Scholarship (10 students) △86th AMP Program Scholarship (9 students) △Yangyeong Foundation Scholarship (6 students). (왼쪽부터) 경영대학 교우회 구자형 수석부회장, KPMG 삼정회계법인 최이현 상무 Next, the scholarship donors and holders had a banquet, with a chance to talk to each other. After the banquet, representatives of both sides made a speech at the podium. Jahyung Koo, Deputy Head of KUBS alumni said “It will be highly appreciated for me if the scholarship honors continuously develop their stance to reinvest in the future”. Leehyun Choi, Vice President of KPMG mentioned “Please be reminded that scholarships are consisted of small devotion from the alumni members. I hope this could be a practical support for the students”. From the holder side, Jaeseung Lee (KUBS12) addressed a huge gratitude by saying “The scholarships are the main pillows holding KUBS. I feel that I am getting a new opportunity to show off my energy and vision in my life”. At the end, participants chanted the school anthem altogether, and the event was successfully finished with group photo time. 장학증서 수여식 사진 확인하기
[Lecture Series #3] Yoon, founding partner of Big Basin Capital. 'Silicon Valley Success Secrets?'
[Lecture Series #3] Yoon, founding partner of Big Basin Capital. 'Silicon Valley Success Secrets?' The third KUBS Lecture Series for the first half of the 2019 was held on May 7 (Tue) at 6:30 pm at the KUBS Main Building 2F, Startup Station. Yoon, founding partner of Big Basin Capital, gave a lecture on "Lessons Learned from Silicon Valley Startup Success Stories". Yoon graduated from Seoul National University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master's degree from Carnegie Mellon University. He then continued his studies at the Wharton School of Business (MBA) and gained experience at Intel Capital and Walden International VC. Based on this experience, Big Basin Capital was founded in 2013. Yoon explained the startup success story through the case of Uber. "The image of the company is deeply related to the CEO's image," he said. He continued to explain that Uber's former CEO Travis Kalanick is a very aggressive person, and his character was reflected in corporate culture. Yoon also said that Uber has been a bit controversial, blocking funding or hindering business of other companies. "I am not saying that this kind of immoral behavior can be justified, but his enthusiasm toward leading the company is the key," he said. Yoon then emphasized, "In order to succeed in on demand service, (user) experience should be 10 times better and price should be cheaper than existing service." Yoon also emphasized the case of Airbnb. He said the biggest reason Airbnb was successful was "the courage to push crazy ideas out of anyone." "It is crucial to have tenacity and persistence of overcoming any hardships," he explained. In other words, tendency of the leader is as important as the idea in a startup. He noted that Airbnb's "host (landlord)" management was also a factor in his success. Hosts who update their homes to give rent on the Airbnb platform are hard to manage on an enterprise level. "Airbnb has made efforts to overcome difficulties by hosting various events and providing education to the host," said Yoon. Every semester, Startup Institute provides startup education through "Lecture on Demand," a working-level lecture series, and "Lecture Series," a special lecture series on startups and ventures. Classes are open courses, which means they are open to not only the employees of a tenant company, but also anyone interested in starting a business. For related inquiries, you can contact the Startup Institute (02-3290-1699).
Global MBA/Global MIM Homecoming Day: Opportunity for Inter Senior-Junior Communication and Harmony
Global MBA/Global MIM Homecoming Day: Opportunity for Inter Senior-Junior Communication and Harmony The 2019 Homecoming Day of Korea University Graduate School of Business Administration (Dean=Kim Jae Wook) Global MBA/Global MIM (hereinafter G-MBA/MIM) was held in May 9th (Thu) 7PM at LG-POSCPO Building Ahn Young Il Hall. Lee Dong-Won, Associate Dean of MBA at Korea University Graduate School of Business Administration, Kwanghyun Kim, Program Director of G-MBA/MIM, and 50 alumni/students participated in the event. "Thank you for attending the event while you are busy," Program Director Kwanghyun Kim said. He added, "I hope the event will be a great time for both seniors and juniors to interact with each other and a great time for everyone." Moving around their tables, alumni and students talked to each other in a peaceful atmosphere. "MBA graduates graduate on a yearly basis, so seniors and juniors can't study together or meet one other," said a G-MBA student who participated in the event, and added that it's very helpful to meet and interact with many seniors at the Homecoming event. The event was wrapped up with great success as alumni and students gathered together to take a group photo. Global MBA/Global MIM 홈커밍데이 사진 확인하기
2019 Spring Campus Tour and Mentoring Day for High School Students
2019 Spring Campus Tour and Mentoring Day for High School Students A one-day experience as a KUBS student The ‘2019 Spring Campus Tour and Mentoring Day for High School Students’ by Korea University Business School (Dean = Jae Wook Kim), was held on May 11th (Tuesday) at the KUBS campus. The event, organized by KUBS Public Relations Office and KUBE, KUBS student ambassadors, was attended by 110 high school students who were selected through fierce competition. The event attracted the largest number of applicants since the campus tour was first launched, showing teenagers' keen interest in KUBS. The regular campus tour is designed to provide high school students who are interested in business administration with practical experience to improve their understanding of KUBS. The campus tour consisted of △ Introduction of KUBS △ Introduction of 7 majors in KUBS △ Tour around Liberal Arts Campus △ Mentoring program with KUBS students. "I've prepared hard for today's event, so I hope you enjoy it as much as you want," said Yeonchan Jeong, a member of KUBE, in his opening speech. Students at the event listened to lectures on the introduction of KUBS and seven majors offered in KUBS. After the lecture, the students followed KUBE's guidance to tour around Liberal Arts Campus. Then they had time to freely ask their questions through a small-group mentoring program. KUBS holds campus tour every semester for high school students who wish to attend KUBS. The event will help young students set career paths, make study plans and will provide them with an opportunity to experience college life. In addition to the regular campus tour, Mentoring Day for high school students during summer/winter vacation is also scheduled, with all events fully free of charge. 2019 봄 정기 캠퍼스 투어 사진보기
‘2019 Spring CHOO CHOO’ Day Successfully Held
2019 Spring CHOO CHOO’ Day Successfully Held The ‘2019 Spring CHOO CHOO Day’, which was hosted by Korea University Business School (Dean = Jae Wook Kim) and organized by Startup Institute (Director = Hicheon Kim), was held at LG-POSCO Building SUPEX HALL on May 10th. CHOO CHOO Day is an event where young entrepreneurs who moved into Startup Institute on the second floor of KUBS Main Building present their products and services. About 300 investors, industry insiders and prospective entrepreneurs attended the event, showing their keen interest. "One of the most important areas I look for as VP of Korea University is the startup," said Jin-Han Rhee, Executive Vice President for Research, “I would like to thank many members of the school and of business sector for attending this event.” "All the teams that have moved into Startup Institute -- they are very serious and desperate," said Jungbin Moon, Director of Iljin Center for Startup Incubation, “I ask you to pay a lot of attention, loving advice and of course, investment.” Following teams have participated in the event: △ “Boldbox Inc.” that produces K-beauty men's cosmetics brand targeting foreign market △ “Enjoying Lions” that produces Slodka, a DIY cocktail kit for your special moment △ “Tickle”, an investment platform that automatically saves change and invests when users pay with a linked card △ “Stipop Inc.”, an emoticon platform that enables foreign users to use emoticons on a variety of apps △ “dbd Lab”, a platform that allows users to test UX (User Experience) easily △ "Skylab Entertainment" that develops healing games with emotional stories △ “Blimey” that produces cultural contents targeting Malaysia's YouTube market △ "Sooho", a security and compliance application for secure blockchain business. Each company presented its achievements and visions through presentations, question-and-answer sessions and individual booths. The event which began at 2 pm lasted until 6 pm, and continued at the individual booth set up outside the classroom after the presentation. Startup Institute, the organizer of the event, is the first startup incubation center established in Korean business school, and is carrying out many projects to nurture its talented students. It holds a startup competition, Startup Express, every semester, and all teams who move in are selected through tough competition, usually with the ratio of 10:1. The Startup Institute pay operating expenses to the moving team, offer an office at Iljin Center for Startup Incubation and education programs at Seung Myung-Ho Center for Entrepreneurship Education. In addition, it is continuously preparing opportunities to exchange information with experts from startup related agencies such as Kim & Chang, Samil PwC, Amazon Web Services and YCrowdfunding.
[Lecture Series #2] Lendit CEO Sungjoon Kim "Startup begins from empathy and consideration"
[Lecture Series #2] Lendit CEO Sungjoon Kim "Startup begins from empathy and consideration" The second Lecture Series of 2019 was held at KUBS Main Building 2F, KUBS Startup Station on April 30, 6:30 pm. Sungjoon Kim, CEO of Lendit, gave a lecture on the topic of "From Scientist to Designer, Now P2P Financial Entrepreneur." Lendit is an online platform that connects loans and investments; it has mediated more than 170 billion won over a four-year period and now has the highest market share among local P2P financial platforms. First, Kim explained his somewhat unusual academic career. Kim graduated from science high school and studied biotechnology at KAIST. While in college, he by chance took a lecture on IDEO, a design firm that designed Apple's interface. With this incident, he felt a great attraction to design studies and changed his major to industrial design. He then studied product design at Stanford University. “After listening to the lecture, I came to realize that design is not just about aesthetic, but needs much more values than that,” Kim said. Recalling the lecture, he stressed the importance of "design thinking" in startups. Kim explained that the keyword for IDEO is “empathy and consideration,” and that design thinking is a way of empathizing with what people look for and being considerate of them to find a solution. Kim also stressed that many observations and experiments are essential. "If you are thinking of starting your own business, try various experiments to find problems through observation, to empathize and be considerate of other people," he advised. Kim stressed this mindset by explaining the early stage of Lendit. "At that time, I had to borrow money from the secondary banking sector since I had already failed in other startups, and I was asked for a very high interest rate of 22 percent," he said. "But when I used the online lending service from the U.S., I was asked to pay 7.8 percent, even though I was a foreigner. This is how I decided to start Lendit." Kim said. "It is better to start a business from an area to which you can relate easily or in which you can become a customer. Start with empathy for the problem, not the mere idea of having your own business,” he added. The Q&A session was filled with questions from many prospective entrepreneurs. Among them, Seung-jun Park, a KUBS student, asked for advice regarding the difficulty of running a business as a college student. "It's hard to do something else when you launch a startup. If you are not in a hurry, it is not so bad to get a job before you start your own," Kim said. "In fact, you may experience a lot of things and build your know-how through your company life." Every semester, Startup Institute provides startup education through "Lecture on Demand," a working-level lecture series, and "Lecture Series," a special lecture series on startups and ventures. Classes are open courses, which means they are open to not only the employees of a tenant company, but also anyone interested in starting a business. For related inquiries, you can contact the Startup Institute (02-3290-1699). 스타트업 연구원 홈페이지: https://www.startupstation.kr 스타트업 연구원 페이스북: https://www.facebook.com/kubsstartupstation