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This domestic Big Data Utilization Case Review is
a “Trade Information System” that analyzes and provides the big data of the trade information.
A service that provides business history verification and profit analysis model that can reduce the negative impact of ‘Do not ask business start-up’ and increase the start-up success rate has been demonstrated from 8th.
The Small Business Administration and the Small Business Corporation announced that they will provide ‘store history and evaluation service’ free of charge through a trade information system in cooperation with BC Card to support start-up of small business owners.
This service will provide prospective founders with changes and history of stores such as food and hygiene license information.
In addition, it provides detailed information on business entrepreneurs who have processed and collected a total of 740 million large data, including 600 million credit card transaction data, 130 million license information, and 11 million real estate price information.
Do you remember the infographics that showed the top / bottom three categories of sales persistence by region in the case of the health insurance evaluation appraisal that I posted recently?
(Source: Korea Economic Daily)
Now that we have more data than just sales data, we can prepare for
start-ups, so we think that it will be possible for preliminary founders to consider many risks and prepare for the start-up.
I think it would be very helpful to present various complex and massive data in infographic for preliminary founders to understand.
Also easy to understand infographic is news jelly, you know?
The system, which will be implemented first in 160,000 restaurants in Seoul, will be expanded to six metropolitan cities nationwide starting next year.
Retail businesses other than restaurants are also expected to be added.
The shopping information system can be entered into ‘portal information’ in Naver or next portal search window, or it can be used through
‘Enterprise site’ ( www.bizinfo.go.kr ) , which is a SME policy information service .
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