John is originally from Stockholm, however, he moved to Korea to expand his business abroad. During John’s free time he likes hanging out with good company and listening to music. John’s favorite time of the week is his alone time on Sundays when he orders a hot sizzling pizza and cold soda. For John, it’s the small things in life which spark his everyday happiness. John’s ultimate goal is to pay for his best friends and their families to go to Walt Disney World without a sweat — at that point, John said he will have reached success and become fully fulfilled.
The CEO & Co-founder of Wizpace (MinKyu Cho) had a meeting with the principal of Surin Internet High School in Korea (Byungok Kwon). The meeting resulted in Wizpace Co., Ltd. announcing they will start cultivating IT professionals in conjunction with Sunrin Internet High School (Seoul, South Korea) to promote the success of the overall IT industry.
MinKyu Cho (CEO of Wizpace) and Byungok Kwon (Principal of Sunrin Internet High School)
Wizpace announced on Tuesday they had signed and entered into an MOU with Sunrin Internet High School for the purpose of an IT academic cooperation. The MOU was established to build a collaborative support system within the IT industry, such as cultivating new professional manpower in the IT field.
In the future, Wizpace plans to provide IT support in:
Field experience for learning and practical education
Special lectures on skills
Support instructors by hosting guest lecturers
A special advisory on content development and consulting
Recommendation for recruiting new employees for training
Technology workshops for teachers
“We are planning to provide opportunities for students to access IT-related knowledge through industry-academic cooperation with Sulin Internet High School, and actively participate in fostering talent in the IT industry in areas such as blockchain and big data analysis that can advance globally.”
This past weekend Wizpace had an eventful business trip to Hong Kong which resulted in being an enriching experience for the team. Non-stop from Saturday to Sunday, the team focused on developing an app at the EOS Hackathon competition. It was a great step of exposing our company to the international sector.
Additionally, Wizpace had business meetings in Hong Kong and enjoyed some “extra-curricular” fun. For some of the team members, it was their first time to Hong Kong and they loved everything from the food to the melting pot culture. Here’s a snippet of all the fun our team had on our business trip.