Hak-do Kim, Chairman of China Heavy Industries, will fully support digital transformation and carbon neutrality

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No. 1 Structural Innovation Center to open next month
Provided consulting and underwriting trade receivables

Hak-do Kim, chairman of the Small and Medium Venture Business Corporation (pictured), announced that this year, he will promote structural innovation support projects in accordance with the industrial structure transformation of small and medium-sized venture companies. New businesses such as carbon-neutral diagnosis and account receivable factoring for small and medium-sized enterprises are also planned in parallel.

Chairman Kim held a New Year’s press conference at the Seoul Youth Entrepreneurship Academy in Mok-dong, Seoul on the 20th and announced the three new medium and vacuum projects this year.

The first is a structural innovation support project. It refers to a business that supports small and medium-sized venture companies’ new business transformation, digital transformation, and labor transformation in industries in crisis through expert consulting, etc. Structural innovation response level diagnosis (for 800 companies) and business/digital/labor conversion consulting (1,100 companies) will be provided to help SMEs establish a ‘Structural Innovation Roadmap’. Chairman Kim said, “To promote systematic projects, 10 of the existing 33 business transformation support centers will be operated as structural innovation support centers. “He said.

We are also working to create a carbon-neutral ecosystem for small and medium-sized venture companies. This year, SMEs will conduct a ‘carbon neutrality level diagnosis’ for 600 small and medium-sized venture companies. We plan to analyze the current state of energy use by individual processes and equipment, and help establish strategies for process innovation improvement through consulting. Based on this, the goal is to support the transition to carbon neutrality by linking various policy tools such as subsidies, loans, and incentives. Chairman Kim said, “We have prepared a budget of KRW 5.5 billion this year to support the transition to carbon neutrality. We plan to support facility investment costs (up to 300 million won),” he said. In order to expand the ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) management base of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), it is decided to distribute educational and promotional contents such as checklists, management guides, and export guidebooks to corporate sites.

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It also decided to introduce a new 37.5 billion won ‘small and medium-sized business account receivable factoring’ that does not have a right to repay. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account receivable factoring is a financial service that supports early cashization by taking over trade receivables owned by the selling company and claims repayment only to the purchasing company.

Reporter Donghyun Kim 3code@hankyung.com

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