GIGA Korea’s O2O (Online to Offline) multi-business platform conference was held in COEX Auditorium at 2 p.m. on March 21.
This was aimed to Korean companies making inroads into the Chinese market as well as the global market through O2O platform while providing the information of the newly developed O2O platform.
There are many officials such as Yoo Il-ho, Minister of land, infrastructure and transport, Park Ji-won, heald of New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD) and Yoo Sung-hyp, its member congressman, Han Hwa-gap, director of The Peace Foundation, Park Sung-taek , chairman of Korea Federation of Small and Medium Business and Citic Group’s CEO who took part in the conference.
GIGA Korea’s O2O service can link information between online and offline via the infrastructure where you can have access to it anytime, anywhere with a high-tech smart phone.
GIGA Korea is an IT company specialized in research and development of integrated business online and offline, having about 50 patents, utility models and copyrights.
At the conference, the automatic encoding technology was introduced which reduced the capacity of transportation card, mobile and PC’s programs and videos by one twenty-fifth in a simple way, compatible in Korea and China.
In addition, GIGA Korea also released the programs like DIY program to make your own shopping mall and website and the one to edit and manage the logistics for manufacturers and administers. This is far beyond the conventional way that you had to ask for expert’s help to make them.
Besides, there are many other services shown to the participants including Myhome, the communication service among the members and Square, the information providing service of famous restaurants and friends.
“I hope this conference will become a chance for Korea’s small and medium businesses and conglomerates to be in a win-win position. Through the integrated transportation infrastructure between Korea and China, the two countries will become closer than before, “said Kwon Oh-suk, GIGA Korea Chairman.
He added, “We are planning to open our new platform on April 1st. GIGA Korea will do its best to research and develop future platform and penetrate it to the world as well as Korea.”
Meanwhile, GIGA Korea signed agreements with Citic Group and Guodunjuyi. It has committed to support 180 shops with the former and to help 300 organizations for sales in cities with the latter.
By Lee Kyung-ho