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“I got my dream” Closing the next-generation global start-up trade school

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Nam Goong-sun and Koo Ji-young received the Outstanding Trainee Award

A total of 86 people participated on/offline… Staying up all night, full of enthusiasm for business discussions

Famous lecturers such as Ha Yong-hwa, chairman of Solomon Insurance Group, Shin Jung-soo, Atlanta Trade Manager, Dr. Han Gwi-jeong, developer of non-solidified rice cakes, and Jennifer Jo, CEO of ‘The Wing’, are also a topic of discussion.

The next generation integrated trade school in the southeastern part of North America ended on the 18th of September.

Regarding this trade school, which opened at the Duluth Hilton Sugarloaf Embassy Hotel on the 16th and completed the course for 3 days, Kim Hyung-ki, the next generation CEO, said, “Through this trade school, 86 people completed on/offline, and divided into 6 groups for a business model contest using ‘Business Model Canvas’ and held a heated contest.”

He also said, “I would like to express my gratitude to the members who attended all the schedules like a forced march for 3 days.”

At this trade school, Goong-seon Nam of the Atlanta branch and Ji-young Koo of Washington DC were awarded the Outstanding Trainee Award, respectively.

In the contest using the business model cambus, which was divided into six groups, the team 3 (Captain Ji-young Koo) who presented a ‘subscription model platform’ took first place, and the 2nd place was taken by Team 5 (Captain Min-jae Cho).

In addition, the volunteers’ activities stood out at this event. A total of 25 staff members participated from all over the United States, including 11 from Atlanta, 2 from LA, 2 from Washington DC, and 2 from Tampa, Florida. , video, and progress led to a smooth progress in each fields.

World Octa Headquarters Global Business Marketing Support Team Leader Seong Jae-woo, World Octa’s business direction and vision, including ‘Global Technology Business Cooperation Center (GCC) project, export sprout company support project, carbon company export society support project, export voucher project’ presented

This trade school, conducted both online and offline, is ◁Yonghwa Ha, Chairman of Solomon Insurance Group ◁Jungsoo Shin, Atlanta KOSTA Trade Director = Current status and future opportunities for Korean companies in Georgia ◁Jennifer Cho, CEO of ‘The Wing’, a female office sharing company ◁Certified by Ho-Jun Jeon MBTI Lecturer and Vice President of M&K Biosciences ◁Danny Park Founder of RoboThink, a STEM education franchise ◁Hee-Seok Kim, Vice President of Shake & Go New York, participated as guest speakers and shared stories of successes with creative ideas in different fields.

Bo-Hwa Han, the next-generation vice chairperson in charge of the event, said, “This year’s next-generation trade school will be held with the integration of Atlanta, Washington DC, Tampa, Miami, and San Juan, five branches in the southeast. “Empower, Discover, Ignite, Thrive” was designed to help you unleash new creativity through small changes to your existing thinking.”

Nam-Kwon Park, president of the Atlanta chapter, said, “I felt the enthusiasm of young Koreans who are interested in business. Watching him stay up all night for a project, discussing and writing the project, I was deeply moved.” He said, “I will support Korean-American youth with dreams.”, too.

Below is the list of 15th deputy/captain

15th Captain: Namgoong-sun (Atlanta), Koo Ji-young (Washington DC)

15th First Vice Captains: Nam Kyung-shin, Kim Dong-hoe, Ahn Seul-gi (Atlanta) / Cho Min-jae, Yoon Kyung-jin, Choi Jin-seok (Washington DC)   

<by Eugene Lee>

In the contest using the business model cambus, which was divided into six groups, the team 3 (Captain Ji-young Koo) took first place. photo: Global News Today.
Kim Hyung-ki, the next generation CEO. photo: Global News Today.
main members of World Octa Atlanta chapter and Korea Agriculture Technology Promotion Agency. photo: Global News Today.
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