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Results

Results

  • 70% increase in Campus Town Startup Teams in 2019 compared to 2018: 103 teams (399 individuals) → 175 teams (629 individuals)
  • 8 of 175 Startup Teams produced sales (total KRW 9 billion), attracted investment of KRW 9.5 billion
Business description
2019 Facility Residence Startup Performance
Startup
Support
Facilities
Startup Space
(facilities)
Area (㎡) Startup Teams
(number)
Team Members
(individuals)
Sales Amount
(KRW100 million)
Attraction of Investment
(KRW100 million)
Intellectual Property Rights
(including pending patents)
Total 29 83 4914.11 175 629 90.4 95.2 93
Integrated Type 9 16 505.7 42 202 72.6 74.4 82
Unit Type 20 67 4408.41 133 427 17.8 20.8 11
  • 1st Campus Town Festival organized and enjoyed by entrepreneurs and universities (October 31-November 1, 2019)

01

Joint Declaration of
Seoul Campus Town

“Joint Declaration of Seoul Campus Town as an Innovative Start-up Base“ created together by universities, regions, people, and communities

02

Main Festival
Event Hall

Participation of 43 universities
(40 in Seoul, 3 in other regions), 515 startup
teams (175 startup booths, 99 pitching
contests, 177 residence competitions,
64 startup consultations)

  • Expansion of the virtuous cycle of a startup ecosystem centered around Korea University Campus Town
  • Establishment of the virtuous cycle of an ecosystem: AEOL; promised reinvestment of 3% of business profit (at festival on Oct. 31)
    ※ Considerable delivery of 20 billion to LH; B2B agreement with Samsung Electronics (standing-type Scarlett; sales of 60 systems in Dec. 2019)

< Transfer Ceremony of Commitment Certificate >

< "Asia Today," Oct. 31, 2019 >

  • Encouragement of active participation by residents through locally connected programs and regional extension of the effects of the campus town
Encouragement of active participation by residents through locally connected programs and regional extension of the effects of the campus town
Local Festivals

Korea University "Ggeuleo Anam" Festival with participation of locals, students, entrepreneurs, cultural artists, and shop owners (Sept. 28, 2019, participation of 11,000 individuals)

Ggeuleo Anam Festival

Saving
Commercial
Areas

Sookmyung Women’s University Revitalization of Yongmun Traditional Market through student-shop owner cooperation
  • Travelling Chinese classes for shop owners (participation of 65 shop owners)
  • 6 festivals (2,650 participants in 2018, 4,100 participants in 2019)
⇒ Increase in market sales including 227% rise of exchanges
  made with the Onnuri Gift Certificates in 2019
  (compared to 2017)

Dongyang Mirae University "Ground Gocheok" - program for revitalizing commercial areas (BI development, production and installation of new signs for 21 shops, designing of maps with information on commercial areas, etc.)

Yongmun Traditional
Market Festival

Ground Goceok BI

Local
Cooperation

Seoul Women’s College of Nursing Well-aging education for elders that teach the prevention of dementia and healthcare(60 classes from 2017-2019)

Kwangwoon University Entrepreneur spirit and startup education for middle and high school students (38 schools, 994 students)

Sungkyunkwan University Touring tutor program for residents and students to discover village tourist attractions (fostering of 23 village commentators)

Well-aging Education

Kwangwoon University
Junior Academy

Launching
Social
Businesses

Kyung Hee University Operation of 3 open-type shops including "Nokwon"; profit set aside as village funds (KRW 12.3 million)

Hansung University Operation of social cooperation association "369 Village" (founded in April 2019)

Open-type shop, "Nokwon"