Ministry of Science and Technology supports overseas expansion of digital contents… Recruitment of participating companies

2021년 3월 9일

The government supports the successful overseas expansion of domestic digital content companies, including new technologies such as virtual convergence technology (XR).


The Ministry of Science and ICT announced that it will recruit companies participating in the '2021 Digital Content Overseas Expansion Support Project' from the 10th to the 9th of next month.


The 'Digital Content Overseas Expansion Support Project' aims to expand overseas markets and preoccupy the global market for excellent domestic digital content companies such as XR content, which is a key non-face-to-face growth industry after Corona 19.


This support project is ▲Co-production of XR contents with local companies in countries where 5G is commercialized ▲Overseas promotion and marketing through digital and online methods ▲Support for investment attraction such as crowdfunding and IR consulting to secure overseas expansion funds ▲Global exhibition (MWC) overseas business Matching ▲Support for online exhibition participation for entry into emerging markets such as New Northern, New Southern, and Middle East ▲Providing market information through NIPA overseas base centers in the United States, Vietnam, and Singapore, discovering investors, legalizing and providing financial advice, etc. Support entry.


Any domestic digital content company that releases content and services in the domestic and overseas markets can participate.


In addition, the 'Digital Content Company Win-Win Support Project', which discovers global XR contents through a consortium between companies such as domestic contents, distribution, and manufacturing, and supports overseas commercialization, will also be recruited by the 23rd of this month.


The Ministry of Science and ICT has been supporting 200 promising digital content companies, such as non-face-to-face online road shows, since last year, supporting digital content companies suffering from COVID-19 to advance into overseas markets.


In particular, Magenta Company's 'non-face-to-face VR remote travel platform' signed a co-production contract with the Italian Tourism Board, and Immersive Cast's '5G Cloud VR Car Experience Solution' signed a contract with Germany's Deutsche Telekom. Telecom companies are preparing to commercialize Europe We have laid the foundation for entry into the global market.


Kim Jeong-sam, director of software policy at the Ministry of Science and ICT, said, “Our digital content companies are attracting attention in the rapidly changing global market due to the corona crisis. said. “We will continue to help domestic digital content companies grow into competitive global companies and take the lead in preoccupying new overseas markets,” he said.