The K-School of the College of Business offers a mentoring program for students and alumni to demonstrate their entrepreneurial spirit, develop startup ideas, and successfully launch startups.
1. Faculty Mentors
Faculty members who have taught entrepreneurship courses based on their extensive experience in new business divisions at leading companies serve as mentors to students, providing valuable advice and feedback at every stage of the startup cycle.1. 멘토 교수진
(School of Management
|2||Zong-Tae Bae||Technology Management and Strategy
Corporate Entrepreneurship and New Business Development
New Business Development
|3||Ji-Hwan Lee||Global Immersion Practice in Social Enterprises|
|4||Byungchae Jin||Venture Growth Management
Social Venture Business Model
|5||Yongwook Paik||Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs
Venture Companies and Venture Capital
|6||Do Jun Rhee||Lean Launchpad|
|7||Dae-Chul Jang||Analyzing Social Issues and Developing Mission
Market Research and Business Model Development
Social Enterprise and Management
|8||Sungju Cho||Customer Problem and Solution Validation
Lean Startup for Social Ventures
Idea Generation Methods in Social Ventures
|9||Moon Gyu Kim||Product and Service Validation for Social Ventures
Social Venture Organization and Growth Strategy
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|13||Soo Hong Noh|
|14||Jeong Ho Yoon|
2. Entrepreneurial Support Mentoring: Alumni Entrepreneurial Advisory Group
The Alumni Entrepreneurial Advisory Group consists of College of Business graduates who made significant contributions to the history of startups in Korea. The group provides mentoring to students and alumni, strengthening the entrepreneurial culture of the College of Business and actively encouraging entrepreneurship.
- Advisory Group President: Jae-jung Kwon (master’s in technology management, incoming class of 1995; CEO, K Run Ventures)
- Vice President: In-gyu Park (EMBA incoming class of 2011; Managing Director, Hana Financial Investment)
3. Theme-based Entrepreneurial Mentoring: SK Center for Social Entrepreneurship
Social entrepreneurs and industry experts provide customized mentoring to startups on solving managerial issues and gaining independence. Startups are matched to mentors who can help find realistic solutions to their problems.
Shortcut to Social Venture Commercialization Mentoring
4. Online mentoring: KAIST Startup Platform [KSP]
The online KAIST StartUp Platform supports business planning based on the ABCDE process of the College of Business, and through mentoring and community activities. Through the KStart-Up platform, experienced faculty, alumni, outside experts, and investors can serve as mentors, and students and potential entrepreneurs can form teams to develop business models while receiving mentoring.