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Main Conference Panel Discussion The Upcoming of a Lifelong Learning Era
Date 2020-11-21 Time 12:00 ~ 12:40

[Moderator : Nari Lee]

[Panelist : Kang Min Lee, Yoon Soo Lee,  Mi Hee Kim, Young Tak Cho]

 

[Moderator]

▶ Nari Lee : Lee Na-ri served as a newspaper critic, editorial writer for the JoongAng Daliy, head of the D-Camp Center for the Bankers Youth Startup Foundation, and executive secretary of Cheil Worldwide. Hey Joyce is the first paid membership community for women in Korea. While living as a 'working woman' in Korean society, she started her business in 2018 because she felt a sense of problem with the middle-aged, male-oriented relationship. After two years, it became a hideout for women who helped them grow up. While starting out as a women's community, the final goal goes as far as creating a "reasonable human relationship." Her books include 'Change Maker' and 'I Will Live Differently.'

 

[Panelist]

▶ Kang Min Lee : Kang Min Lee was previously Business Development Team Leader at Fast Track Asia. He has founded 3 companies throughout his career, and the last one he founded was a recruiting platform. He is interested in the careers of people and tries to help those with many business attempts at Fast Campus.

 

▶ Yoon Soo Lee : Yoon Soo Lee is the co-founder & CEO at Codeit, an EdTech company that provides an interactive platform to teach people how to code. While studying Business Administration at Yonsei University, he founded the company and held responsibilities in product management, marketing, and finance. Yoonsoo led Codeit’s launch by successfully crowdfunding the product a total of $200k. Codeit is now a $4 million VC-funded company, leading the software education market in South Korea. In 2021, Codeit plans to broaden its influence to the United States and Southeast Asia.

 

▶ Mi Hee Kim : CEO Kim Mi-hee is the CEO and founder of the on-demand running platform Turing. He had been planning and developing mobile services at Samsung Electronics for about 10 years before his start-up, and earned a master's degree in information media management at KAIST. Tutoring is a mobile service that offers real-time live classes with foreign tutors waiting 24 hours a day, focusing on language lessons from adults to K-12. Tutoring is a representative educational service of the Korona era, with more than 1,500 English and Chinese professional tutors and 1.3 million members currently active, winning the Brand of the Year Award in the English Conversation category hosted by the Korea Consumer Forum for two consecutive years from 2019 to 2020.

 

▶ Young Tak Cho : Young Tak Cho, CEO of Hunet, graduated from Seoul National University with a Business Management major in 1989. After graduating college, he went on to work at Gumho. At Gumho, Young Tak experienced various positions such as Procurement, Accounting, Sales, Business Planning, Executive Assistant for more than 10 years. While working at Gumho, he earned his masters in Business Strategy at Seoul National University and also became a Certified Public Accountant. In 1999, Young Tak founded lifelong learning platform Hunet. Hunet is gaining attention due to its reputation as an expert in non-contact education. Young Tak started an email newsletter service in 2003 and currently has 2.2 million subscribers. He also writes columns and does lectures on CEO leadership. 

 

* The above schedule is subject to change depending on the circumstances.

Speaker & Attendee

  • Nari Lee

    CEO of Founder of Plannery

  • Mi Hee Kim

    CEO of Tutoring

  • Kang Min Lee

    CEO of Fast Campus

  • Yoon Soo Lee

    CEO of Codeit

  • Young Tak Cho

    CEO of Hunet

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