Incheon Techno Park (Incheon TP) announced on the 12th that it was selected as the best institution in the Ministry of SMEs and Startups’ “evaluation of the organization in charge of the non-face-to-face startup development project (Eureka) field last year.”

Incheon TP, which was selected as a non-face-to-face innovative start-up item (Eureka) promotion institution by the Ministry of SMEs and Startups in March last year, is supporting start-ups in the non-face-to-face innovative start-up item (Eureka) field that will lead the new normal era after COVID-19 through cooperation with related institutions.

Last year, Incheon TP selected 36 start-up companies and supported demonstration and market development to help early commercialization of products and services, leading to sales of 15.6 billion won, investment attraction of 8.3 billion won, and 182 employees.

Shaple & Company, which develops on-site facility management digital solution ‘HADA’, has completed market verification through resource-linked demonstration support of Incheon Startup Park Center and gained 6 billion won in investment attraction (Series A).

Harben Co., Ltd., a fresh delivery cold chain service developer, and Growing Sales Co., Ltd., a small business sales management solution (POS) developer, also succeeded in attracting investment of 200 million won and 120 million won, respectively, with demonstration and acceleration support.

An Incheon TP official said, “It is a project to support promising start-ups with non-face-to-face startup items.” “We were able to perform well in the evaluation of the Ministry of SMEs and Startups by operating customized specialized programs to help demonstrate products and services, attract investment, and expand sales.”

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