While Jeju Island has decided to foster and attract 20 listed companies for the 8th popular election, a briefing session will be held to attract listed companies in the Seoul metropolitan area to Jeju.

Jeju Island will hold a “2022 Special Self-Governing Province Business Attraction Briefing Session” for companies in the Seoul metropolitan area at Lotte World Tower Sky31 Hall in Seoul on October 4.

This briefing session will be held face-to-face in three years after COVID-19 in collaboration with related organizations such as the Jeju International Center for Free Urban Development (JDC), Jeju Techno Park, and the Jeju Center for Creative Economy and Innovation.

Jeju Island and others introduce various corporate development and support systems, including Jeju’s corporate investment support system.

In addition to the newly expanded investment incentives this year, the province introduces local investment promotion subsidies for investment companies in the Seoul metropolitan area and the Jeju Investment Promotion District System, a differentiated investment incentive unique to Jeju.

JDC explains Jeju Advanced Science and Technology Complex 1 and 2 and Jeju Innovation Growth Center, while Jeju Techno Park explains various customized corporate support solutions for Jeju start-ups and small and medium-sized companies.

The Jeju Creative Economy Innovation Center will introduce Jeju’s startup environment and various start-up support programs.

In addition, customized counseling by company is supported through 1:1 consultation sessions by institution at the site, and after the briefing session, applications for Jeju Investment Environment Exploration Pam Tour will be accepted at the end of this year.

Participating companies are Investjeju, a website that will attract investment from September 1.You can apply through or.kr) and e-mail (investjeju2022@gmail.com).

Kim Ae-sook, director of Jeju’s tourism bureau, said, “We expect the briefing session to signal face-to-face corporate attraction activities to attract listed companies in Korea and new growth industries in the metropolitan area.”

Meanwhile, following the “2022 World Smart City Expo” on the 31st of last month, Jeju plans to promote on-site investment attraction activities in connection with events involving domestic and foreign business officials such as the K-BioHealth Forum on the 7th and the 25th Asian Science Park Association (ASPA) Annual Meeting in November

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