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Eximbank, Innovation Center to support start-upsBy Park Hyung-ki
Published : March 28, 2016 - 15:57
The state-run export financing bank said in a press statement Monday that it would provide financial consulting to Korean start-ups developing their businesses in those fields. The innovation center will do its part, and help and recommend start-ups to the Korea Eximbank for financial support.
The two sides signed a memorandum of understanding at the center in downtown Seoul.
The start-up incubating center was launched in Seoul in July last year with the support from the Seoul government and CJ Group.
“The bank will financially support start-ups in the fields of cosmetics, biotechnology and fashion that could further boost Korean exports and create jobs,” said Moon June-shik, executive director of the Korea Eximbank at a ceremony in Seoul.
The government has been establishing a number of innovative and incubating centers for start-ups across the country in an effort to develop a creative economy to seek new growth in information, communication, content and technology.
By Park Hyong-ki (email@example.com)
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