Korea South-East Power Co. (KOSEP) announced its plan to promote 50 small giants, which export US$2 million (2.29 billion won) of products, and achieve the exports of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) products worth US$10 million (11.47 billion won) through the Global Trade of Power System (G-TOPS), the special export enterprise established by KOSEP.
KOSEP held a ceremony to announce its “2025 KOEN Export Promotion New Vision” in order to increase exports of SMEs.
It will establish a strategic partnership with KOTRA and make a hallyu base in the business. Based on this, KOSEP will focus on promoting the export of SME partners and creating a hallyu movement in the industry by running a trade hall specialized in the development equipment. The conference was participated in by KOSEP President Heo Yup, G-TOPS CEO Kim Cho and Kwon Young-min, chairman at Korea SMEs Hybrid Business Association, and they signed a MOU for global marketing of SMEs’ products.
Under the agreement, G-TOPS will provide information about overseas markets to Korea SMEs Hybrid Business Association. KOSEP will seek out outstanding SMEs and carry out export demonstration projects.