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Global Start-up Internship Program Launches in China
Lee Yeon-jun  |  hjournal@hanyang.ac.kr
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From December 22, 2014 to February 7, 2015, the first Global Start-up Internship Program(GSIP) was launched by the Global Entrepreneurship Center(GEC) for Hanyangians who are interested in the global start-up process, market research, corporation establishment and application for intellectual property. Training for the aforementioned program was implemented in Korea and Shanghai, China and was based on their overseas performance results and final report. After submitting final report, one among the four teams was awarded one million won. The program began with the selection of start-up items proposed by different teams. Participants autonomically organized team. Each team included at least one Chinese speaker. Then, the participants attended domestic training for one week and overseas training for six weeks after being matched with Korean companies that were planning to expand business abroad. Next, the Korean companies assigned tasks to the participants who conducted research on local trends in Shanghai where they would visit. GSIP provided a coaching program about business items from a field of entrepreneur for the participants, a total of four times. The program offered various benefits for the participants including credits for volunteering and financial support in the form of airfare, the local training fee and project performance fee. Following the program’s success, the GSIP is scheduled to be offered in Shanghai every year. Kim Seong-hwan, a GEC’s administrative staff member, said, “Hanyang University has a Shanghai center in China. Shanghai is a good place for start-ups because it is a microcosm of the global economy. We are now under discussions to offer the same program in the US, Japan or Indonesia.” 

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