SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--2019 Sino-Korea E-Commerce Innovation and Entrepreneurship Road Show (Seoul Station) kicked off in Wework Makerspace in Korea on Aug 7. Five enterprises that were selected from dozens of early application projects and Wework Korea project library launched the competition.
2019 Sino-Korea E-Commerce Innovation and Entrepreneurship Road Show was hosted by Department of Commerce of Shandong Province, Weihai Municipal People's Government and Korean Consulate General in Qingdao, and jointly undertaken by Weihai Municipal Bureau of Commerce, Administration Committee of Weihai Economic and Technological Development Zone, Wework Korea and Handu E-commerce Group. Chao Chen (accelerator General Manager of Techcode in Korea), Jinglu Wen (incubator representative of Wework Korea), Baohua Li (Director of Public Service Research Center of Samil PwC), and Peng Jia (Deputy General Manager of Handu E-commerce Group) acted as judges.
Chao Chen said, “Looper Smart Suitcase Program deeply studies consumer behavior in travel, designs the smart suitcase based on big data to realize position tracking and keep informed of suitcase’s situation in time. The charger designed with the zipper is also so distinctive that satisfy travelers’ needs.”
It was known that 2019 Sino-Korea E-Commerce Innovation and Entrepreneurship Road Show had begun to prepare since May, and attracted more than 200 Korean projects to participate in. After selection in Busan and Seoul, 4 projects, such as furniture business APP “CCUBO”, Gpoon customized tourism service platform, popular 3D information and image conversion service platform and Looper smart suitcase program” eventually stood out from the competition and got the admission ticket for the final road show.