[International i Journal = Reporter Kwon Eunhui from Gyeongsangbuk-do]Gyeongsangbuk-do announced on the 11th that they held the 'Yozma Campus Opening Ceremony' to support global advancement of regional companies at Gyeongbuk Techno Park in the presence of about 50 people including the chairman of Yozma Group Chairman and company representatives.
As a global venture capital and venture consulting firm founded in Israel in 1993, Yozma Group is the mother of the Israeli venture capital industry.
Gyeongsangbuk-do signed MOU for promoting local SMEs last October as cosmetics companies advanced to overseas markets, and they opened this ‘Yozma Campus’ to strengthen the ability of global growth by identifying SMEs and venture companies as the first project under the MOU.
The Yozma Campus will support sustainable growth and overseas expansion of regional SMEs and venture companies who have the high potential by ▶ Identifying promising SMEs and venture companies, ▶ Yozma-style training and consulting, ▶ Strengthening overseas business expansion capabilities and linking investments, and ▶ Incorporating the Yozma global network in the new industry field including Bio, New Electronics, and Functional Fiber..
In addition, Gyeongsangbuk-do will actively cooperate with the Yozma Group in attracting companies through linkage with overseas and metropolitan area companies and local companies.
Prior to the opening ceremony of the day, Yigal Erlich, Chairman of Yozma Group said, "We will provide regular support from the start-up to overseas expansion of young people, and we will actively invest in excellent companies through Yozma Capital."
Kim Gwan Yong, Governor of Gyeongsangbuk-do said, "I will do my best to induce the growth of local SMEs and venture companies and let them advance to the overseas market through experience and network of Yozma Group, a global venture investment company."
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