November 21, 2014: Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies in association with Youngsan University from South Korea organized an Indo - Korean Entrepreneurship Meet at its Rajagiri Valley campus on 19th November 2014.
The meet was inaugurated by Dr. Joseph I. Injodey, Principal, Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies, Mr. P. Premchand, President- Kerala Management Association, Prof. Shimdeok Noh from Youngsan University and Prof. Jaedong Kang from Rajagiri Business School.
The event aimed at exploring Indo - Korean business opportunities in the Engineering, F&B, Chemicals and Textile sectors. The conclave provided a much needed platform for Indian entrepreneurs, especially SMEs, to hold initial talks, propose business opportunities and discover new growth avenues both in India and South Korea.
The South Korean delegation comprised of 31 entrepreneurs, 11 professors and 12 students. The South Korean entrepreneurs included representatives from M/S Gerlin Co. a leader in Construction and interiors, M/S Aspec co. expert in Control Console, main switch board, M/S Samsung Cold Storage Co. specialised in cold storage of frozen fish. The Indian delegation included representatives from V-Guard, SFS Constructions, Synthite, Samudra Shipyard, VajraRuber Products and Tierra Food.
Most of the South Korean entrepreneurs expressed satisfaction and confidence in the growth of the Indian industry in various sectors of business. The delegation felt that the Indian economy was robust, investment friendly and ready for partnerships. Many of the Korean SMEs who partook in the meet were happy to take partnership proposal to the next level of talks.
Dr. Joseph I. Injodey, Principal, Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies said, "The Indo - Korean meet is an ideal platform for entrepreneurs, SMEs of both countries to come together and share knowledge and best practices, foster new ties and explore various growth avenues. Rajagiri is happy to host this and support the Indo - Korean entrepreneurship community."
To assist companies with their initial research, the Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies of Rajagiri College of Social Sciences (Autonomous) and Youngsan University will conduct project feasibility studies and submit findings to the participating companies. Indo - Korean partnerships is set to take place through a 3 phase investment strategy in the coming months in South India.
About Youngsan University:
Youngsan University is a private university in southeastern South Korea. It operates a main campus in Yangsan City, South Gyeongsang province, a branch campus in nearby Busan, and an "auxiliary learning center" in Seoul. Youngsan offers undergraduate degrees in various practical fields, including international studies, law, Asian business, and information engineering. It also offers graduate degrees in legal affairs, hotel tourism management, information technology, real estate, and teaching English as a foreign language. For more information, visit Youngsan University
About Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies:
Rajagiri College of Social Science, an Autonomous Institution was established in 1955 operating in two campuses at Kochi namely the Hill campus and Valley campus. Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies comes in the Valley Campus. Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies is one among the top Business schools of South India, and has been widely acknowledged for its unique training technology namely Rajagiri Immersive Learning Experience, strongly backed by the CMI management who bring with them decades of experience as institution builders. This high profile management institute continues to nurture the best management talents for the future.
For more information, visit Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies