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‘PT insight’ supported by the Smart Venture Campus participates in ‘4YFN (4 Years From Now)’, a global start-up fair jointly held with MWC 2018, to introduce a customized pediatric body temperature management service called ‘Fever Coach’ from Feb. 26(Mon) to Feb. 28(Wed).
‘BEST OF MIK @ 4YFN’ selected only excellent companies among ‘4YFN’ exhibitors, and selected companies will be given opportunities to press pitch with foreign journalists such as USA, China and Germany. Furthermore, it becomes the subject of Top3 selected by global media.
ZAMIZEMI is a teaching aid of making shadow pictures and parents and children can play together in bed. Parents and children play naturally with the lights off, so it provides children with a proper habit and environment to sleep. This is helpful in training children to sleep.
(Photo Description: ‘ZAMIZEMI’ introducing image)
Kim Ki-tae, CEO of PT insight said “My role model is Jung Dae-man of the comic, ‘Slam Dunk’” and “It is impressive that he doesn’t give up however difficult the situation may be, and devotes himself to his goal.” He subsequently mentioned on the future plan “I’d like it to approach as a teaching aid for children education institute by introducing this to teaching aids market.”
On the other hand, the Smart Venture Campus, which is in the process of supporting companies, runs a variety of projects to discover and nurture talented young CEOs and specialists in the areas of apps, web, contents, SW, and convergence. It also helps promote the start-up of a pre-founder with a creative identity and actively supports the growth of early-start companies. The 4YFN also plans to actively support top domestic companies.
Aving News, the global news network that reported the most issues of CES, MWC and IFA, the world’s top three tech exhibitions over the past 11 years, sent a special report team to MWC this year to report major issues in the global market, introducing Korean major companies to the world. Aving News covers and reports more than 300 to 1,000 international exhibitions each year.