The Small Business Market Promotion Corporation announced on the 2nd that it will form ‘Policy Team One’ with the Ministry of Small and Medium Businesses and New Businesses to focus on building a win-win smart shop and fostering entrepreneurial small businesses this year. It will also cooperate with platform companies such as Naver and Kakao.
Sojingong issued a press release on the same day and announced that it is announcing a key mission action plan for successfully promoting the Yoon Seok-yeol government’s national tasks through the ‘Ministry of SMEs and Agencies Related Core Mission Workshop’ at the Business Distribution Center Small and Medium Seoul on the 30th of last month. The core mission is to △build a win-win smart store △entrepreneur-like small business owners △create a lighthouse traditional marketplace.
Sovacuum encourages large companies to participate in existing smart technology distribution projects. It intends to establish a digital conversion model and support the establishment of 100 stores with a win-win model by donating part of the business expenses to large corporations. By doing so, it aims to ease the self-burden of small business owners.
The entrepreneurial small business nurturing mission discovers 1,000 leading model companies and establishes a complex community innovation hub linked to local idle assets.
We support the nurturing of creative small businesses that create differentiated products and services by promoting small business anchor stores or entrepreneurship by establishing private investment.
One lighthouse traditional market (main traditional market) will be created in the metropolitan area and one each in the province. Create a traditional lighthouse market that will be a digital role model and publicize best practices. At the same time, it plans to encourage the digital transformation of traditional markets by improving trader awareness.
Park Seong-hyo, chairman of Sojingong, said, “We will do our best to create performance for core missions based on the one-team system with the Ministry of Small, Medium and Startup Businesses.” We intend to promote strengthening together,” he said.
Reporter Hyungchang Choi firstname.lastname@example.org