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Business start-up courses at SGC

By Korea Herald

Published : March 5, 2012 - 22:22

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The Seoul Global Center Business Center is inviting future entrepreneurs to the first session of their Business Start-up School for the year.

Together with their business counseling service, this program provides foreign business entrepreneurs in Seoul with the necessary information to set up and run a business successfully, as well as a chance to network with other expatriate and local professionals.

The Business Start-up School is a tuition-free program run by the Seoul Metropolitan Government.

Courses run from March 19-30, for two hours a day starting at 7 p.m. and cover 10 subjects such as business plan writing, foreign direct investment procedures, tax, employment, intellectual property, financing, and much more.

The program is open to international residents living in Seoul who are interested in opening a company in Korea.

To download an application form and for more information about the program, visit or call (02) 2075-4139.