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APEC SME Innovation center & SME support programs in korea. Hyun Suk Shim General Manager of Global Cooperation Department Small & medium Business Corporation August 25, Seoul Korea. Contents. Vision & Role. Vision

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APEC SME Innovation center & SME support programs in korea

HyunSuk Shim

General Manager of Global Cooperation Department

Small & medium Business Corporation

August 25, Seoul Korea

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Vision & Role

  • Vision
    • Promote economic activities and co-prosperity in the APEC region by strengthening the innovation capacity of SMEs
  • Role
    • Provide workshops and seminars for innovation capacity building
    • Develop and disseminate SME innovation models
    • Establish cooperative networks for SME innovation
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2009 activities

  • SME Consulting
  • < Raphael Legacy Design Inc.> <SANYO SEIKI STAINLESS STEEL CORPORATION>
    • Dispatch management and technology specialists to SMEs of APEC member economies
    • Provide customized solutions based on on-site diagnosis and consulting utilizing “Comprehensive Diagnosis Tool” of SBC
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2009 activities

  • SME Business Matchmaking
  • Organize face-to-face business meetings in key fields to generate practical cooperation benefits among APEC member economies
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2009 activities

  • SME e-Business Cooperation
    • Provide a platform for e-business and information sharing through the linking of relevant APEC member websites
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2009 activities

  • SMEIC Website Innovation
    • Provide information on innovation activities of SMEs in APEC region through the APEC SMEIC portal (www.apec-smeic.org)
  • APEC SME Innovation Briefing
    • Publish semiannual newsletter and disseminated through webmail to APEC SMEWG members.
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Overview of sbc

  • Who we are
    • Non-profit government agency
  • What we do
    • Effectively implement government policies and programs for the sound growth and development of SMEs
    • Provide a wide range of services including finance, consulting, training, marketing and international cooperation
  • Employees : 761
  • Budget(2009) : US$ 9.5 Billion
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FY2009 Budget: US$ 9.5billion

Sbc funding & budget

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President

Auditing Office

Public Relations

Customer

Satisfaction

Vice President

Vice President

Vice President

Vice President

Vice President

  • Audit
  • Corporate
  • Finance
  • Corporate
  • Credit
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Assistance
  • Global
  • Cooperation
  • e-Business
  • Research &
  • Publications
  • Planning &
  • Coordination
  • Management
  • Innovation
  • Fund Management
  • Info System
  • Regional
  • Offices(23)
  • 18 Departments
  • 23 Regional Offices
  • 2 Overseas Industry Technology Cooperation Centers
  • 2 Korea Desks
  • 761 Employees

organization

Secretary

Senior Vice President

  • Technology
  • Cooperation
  • SME Technology
  • Support Center
  • Enterprise
  • Restructuring
  • Center
  • Trade Adjustment
  • Association Center
  • Training
  • Management
  • Instructors
  • Group
  • Training
  • Institutes
  • Overseas Industry and Technology Cooperation Centers
  • - Novosibirsk Technology Cooperation Center
  • - Qingdao Business Support Center
  • Korea Desk
  • - The Philippines in BOI and Indonesia in BKPM, PNM
  • Ansan
  • Honam
  • Daegu-
  • Kyungbuk
  • Busan-
  • Kyungnam
  • Seoul, Pusan, Daegu-Kyeongbuk, Incheon,
  • Gwangju-Jeonnam, Daejun-Chungnam, Ulsan,
  • Kyeonggi, Kyeonggi Northern Branch,
  • Chungbuk, Jeonbuk, Kyeongnam, Kangwon,
  • Kangwon-Yeongdong Branch, Jeju, etc.
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financial programs

(Unit : US$1 mil)

  • Long-term, low-interest loans for
    • Loan period : 5 to 9 years
    • Interest rate : 3.84%, -4.74%, subject to loan programs
    • Loan limit : up to US$4mil. per year
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financial programs

  • Provides financing for venture firms in their start-up and early growth stages
  • Eligible for support
    • SMEs having started up their businesses in under 7 years
    • Those in the preparation stages of starting a business
  • FY2009 : US$1,000 Million

Venture Business Start-up Program

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financial programs

  • Provides financing for eligible SMEs preparing to commercialize their intellectual proprietorship, the R&D results from national projects, and/or industrial-academic R&D institute joint research projects
  • FY 2009 : US$258 Million

Commercialization of R&D Results

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Non-financial programs

Global Cooperation Program

  • Investment Seminars
  • Overseas Missions
  • Consulting on Laws,
  • Regulations, and
  • Contract Negotiation
  • Local Networks
  • Identifying Partners /

Match-Making

  • APEC SME Innovation Center
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Non-financial programs

  • Industrial Coordinator Exchange Program
    • SBC exchanges industrial coordinators with overseas organizations in Italy, Spain, Russia, Mongolia, South Africa, and China to develop and assist business initiatives, exchange information and more.

Global Cooperation Program

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Non-financial programs

  • Industry and Technology Cooperation Centers
    • Novosibirsk Technology Cooperation Center
    • Qingdao Business Support Center in China
  • Korea Desks
    • BOI in the Philippines, BKPM and PNM in Indonesia
  • International Counterparts Organizations
    • 175 organizations in 50 countries

Overseas Network

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Non-financial programs

  • Korea Business Development Center
    • Over 17 KBDCs located across 11 countries
  • Private Marketing Assistance Centers
    • 95 centers in 29 countries
  • www.Gobizkorea.com
    • Online marketplace for overseas buyers
    • Daily visits: 908,000

Marketing Assistance Program

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Non-financial programs

  • Provide comprehensive customized support based on business conditions via on-site diagnosis & consulting
    • 3,600 companies in 2008
  • Provide Itn’l Engineering Placement Program
    • Searches & links highly skilled international engineers with promising Korean SMEs in need of the engineering skills and experience.

Consulting Services Program

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Non-financial programs

  • Idea Commercialization Program
    • For start-up companies, SBC provides a complete package of assistance in commercializing ideas of SMEs, from product development to marketing
  • New Product Development Assistance Program
    • SMEs can use the rapid proto-typing system at SBC for new product development, all the way from initial design to actual proto-type application

Consulting Services Program

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Non-financial programs

  • Online: www.digitalsme.com
    • Business information, DB of prospective SMEs, Q & A Service
  • Monthly publications: Kiopnara / Tech Times Research and policy studies

Information Services

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Non-financial programs

  • Conducting production-oriented practical, technical and mgmt training to foster competitiveness growth based on improved HR quality
    • Annual training performance : 70,000 trainees at 5 training institutes

Training Services

Photo : Small Business Training Institute (SBTI) in Ansan City

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Definition of smes in Korea

Source : The Framework Act on SMEs

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No. of Companies

No. of Employees

Economic importance of Korean smes

Source : The National Statistics Office,

Survey Report on Basic statistics of Businesses in Korea(2006)

SMEs : 3,017,787 (99.9%)

SMEs : 10,884,650 (87.5%)

  • Total : 3,022,053
  • SMEs : 3,017,787 (99.9%)
  • Total : 12,445,088
  • SMEs : 10,884,650 (87.5%)
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2005

2006

2007

2008

Overseas investment of Korean smes

Unit: USD 1 Million

  • Total : 6,792(4,473)
  • SMEs : 2,241(1,648), 33.0%
  • Total : 10,957(5,145)
  • SMEs : 3,369(1,911), 30.7%
  • Total : 20,352(5,540)
  • SMEs : 5,662(2,235), 27.8%
  • Total : 17,115(3,533)
  • SMEs : 4,713(1,645), 27.5%

Source : Korea Eximbank

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2007

2006

2005

2004

Export performance of Korean smes

Unit: USD 1 Million

  • Total : 253,844
  • SMEs : 90,384(36%)
  • Total : 284,418
  • SMEs : 92,128(32%)
  • Total : 325,464
  • SMEs : 103,692(32%)
  • Total : 371,489
  • SMEs : 112,751(30.4%)

Source : Korea Federation of SM Business

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Gross Output (Unit: USD 1,000)

No. of Companies

No. of Employees

(Unit:1,000 Persons)

Value Added (Unit: USD 1,000)

Smes in the manufacturing sector

  • Total : 118,240
  • SMEs : 117,569 (99.4%)
  • Total : 2,890
  • SMEs : 2,192 (75.8%)
  • Total : 906,381,300
  • SMEs : 447,449,900 (49.4%)
  • Total : 312,791
  • SMEs : 161,382 (51.5%)
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