The event started at 2:00pm, and the vice president of DU’s school of management gave the opening address. Then, the deputy head of the Small and Medium Business Administration delivered speeches of encouragement. After that, Kim Tae-wook, a representative of Wedding Networks, gave a special lecture about entrepreneurship, emphasizing that students should be passionate about business and be willing to face challenges without fear of failure. He also said that if you want to be a great leader, it is important to be open-minded in order to collaborate effectively with other people. Afterward, Dongguk University, as a leading university for business start-ups, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with BizCool (Business + School). Finally, at the end of the event, students participated in a fun and engaging contest, similar to the popular Golden Bell TV game show.
Jung Sun-ae (18), a student at Kyungbok Business High School, said, “I participated in this event because I am very interested in entrepreneurship. I was impressed by Kim Tae-wook’s lecture, and I think this event gave useful information to students about how to start a business and be successful.”
Lee Chang-hak, head of the Enterprise Support Foundation, said, “Dongguk University and Yonsei University were the only two universities selected as leading universities for business start-ups among all four-year universities in Seoul.” He added, “We are fully committed to supporting and encouraging young people who are interested in becoming successful entrepreneurs.”
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