AVING News interviewed Kim Jin-yi, the Vice CEO of Abalico, which participated in the MIK HOT SPOT (Made in Korea Online Exhibition) Local Economy Stimulating Project.
Please introduce your company briefly.
Hi. This is Kim Jin-yi, the Vice CEO of Abalico Korea. Abalico Korea first started business with nail care products in 1999. Currently, we are selling all products related to hand and foot, including nail care.
Please introduce major products.
We are selling all care products related to hands and feet such as gel nail colors and nail treatments. Pretty nail arts on your hands are important, but I think it is also important to keep your nails healthy. We are focusing on developing products that can make your nails more normal and healthy.
What are your plans for the future?
The global nail care market and home beauty that can be enjoyed easily and simply are growing. In response to the need for a unique and outstanding brand, we plan to develop miniaturized products and construct designs that fit the trend. We are also developing a product lineup so that the products used by experts can be used by general consumers as well.
With the motto of healthy beauty, Abalico Korea will continue to guarantee the best quality in customer-oriented and technology-oriented ways. The idea and effort to provide customers with the highest quality products is our philosophy that should continue in the future.
The Local Economy Stimulating Project from Daegu, which supported companies participating in the MIK HOT SPOT (Made in Korea Online Exhibition) is running as a major national project for balanced national development. The Local Economy Stimulating Project had been running since last year to solve the industrial crisis and revitalize the industrial ecosystem.
Especially this year, to support SMEs in Daegu that are directly hit by COVID-19 and to overcome the local economic downturn, two areas (automotive parts, cosmetics, and food) in Daegu were additionally selected to receive 12 billion won of national expenditure for each project for two years. Daegu is expected to prepare 4.1 billion for the supplementary budget.
The global news network AVING News has begun holding the MIK Hot Spot (Made in Korea Online Exhibition) to help small and medium-sized companies enter the market and attract investment 365 days a year. AVING News has been running online exhibitions since 2005 and had 975 online exhibitions so far. Its YouTube online exhibition has placed itself as Korea’s largest online exhibition hall that opens with 19,000 videos (booths) with more than 800,000 visits per month which means more than 10 million visits per year.
The MIK HOT SPOT online exhibition is scheduled to be held regularly according to the field, target market, and participating institutions, and it will be presented as a new type of online business by transforming the know-hows and values of the participating companies according to the trend. Companies that want to participate can apply and apply through the marketing support projects from supporting institutions in the local governments. Refer to the institutions for more information.tecaving2020-09-16T07:26:30+00:00