Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are contributing to the growth of green through superior technology and outstanding creativity.
Recently the Korea Trade Promotion Corporation (KOTRA), published a 'Green Report' titled 'Small Companies Leading the Green Age of the Global Market.' According to the report, small and medium sized companies around the world are leading the green boom with technology and creativity.
KOTRA was formed in 1962, it promotes national trade. It has played a crucial role in the country’s rapid export-led economic development. KOTRA is involved with various trade promotion activities including overseas market surveys and business matchmaking.
The business case for small and medium businesses has been getting stronger with an increasing number of SMEs combining creative innovation and flexibility, making them strong players in the green market.
According to the report, SMEs are leading the growth of green and many are seeing the benefits of steady technical development and bold reverse thinking.
KOTRA is committed to pursuing its twin mandates of trade and investment promotion to enhance national prosperity and competitiveness, with the ultimate goal of positioning Korea as the business and economic hub of Northeast Asia. With its long-term experience and expertise, KOTRA serves and assists all interested parties worldwide to do business with Korea.
The new report from KOTRA suggests an SME strategy that leverages the power of green manufacturing and IT semiconductor technology.
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