selects 5 best companies for ‘CJ Live City Open Innovation Challenge 2020’
[I-News24 Reporter Park Myung-jin]
N.Fifteen (CEO Heo Je and Ryu Sun-jong), the organizer of the initial start-up package, announced on the 4th that it has selected five excellent companies with promising technology and ideas at the “CJ Live City Open Innovation Challenge 2020” innovation day.
At the event held live on YouTube, 10 companies that passed the document evaluation announced their business and focused on how to serve food made in the food hall kitchen in CJ Live City Complex at low cost and high efficiency at customer tables.
A total of five companies were selected as the final outstanding companies, while △ (Best Award) Helper Robotics △ (Best Award) RGT was selected in the open innovation category, and △ (Best Award) CNA△ (Best Award) Restorang Hub and Pinders AI were selected in the idea category.
Among them, CNA Co., Ltd., which was selected as the best company in the idea category, scored high by presenting a smart order solution that allows wireless charging and advertising orders.
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Cha Dong-soo, CEO of CNA, said, “After one start-up, I entered the company, built up the NFC field, and re-established it in 2016 to build the current CNA. I am very happy to have good results through this open innovation program, and it will be a driving force in the future.”
“We will help start-ups produce good results through POC support through internal review with CJ Live City and follow-up connections through early start-up package programs,” said Heo Je and Ryu Sun-jong, co-representatives of N.Fifteen
Kwon Won-sik, vice president of CJ Live City, said, “We will actively exchange and collaborate with startups with creative and outstanding ideas to implement original content parks. We will review technology and capabilities of award-winning companies and make significant results before opening.”
Meanwhile, CJ Live City Open Innovation Challenge 2020 is an open innovation project to discover startups that will support serving food halls in CJ Live City, Goyang, which is seeking to build a complex content park. It was held for the past two months as part of the initial start-up package program of the Ministry of SMEs and Startups.
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