Golfzon donates "Faculty Club" for increased interaction and communication among professors.
The Opening Ceremony was held with about a hundred executives including President Nam-Pyo Seo and Young-Chan Kim of Chairman of Golfzon Corp in attendance.
The "Faculty Club" will increase the opportunity for communication amongst professors, thereby creating intellectuals values with interaction.
Expanding from the existing banquet hall, Faculty Club is a multi-purpose meeting space including; large scale banquet hall, meeting room, resting room and screen golf club.
Young-Chan Kim, president of Golfzon Corp. said "We are putting to practice our management philosophy, "Sharing and caring"." And commented that "we hope the faculty club to be a place where the members of KAIST actively communicate and exchange ideas.”
President Seo commented, "We really appreciate for the special love and care towards KAIST which would create the opportunity for communication and harmony.” And that “it will be a precious place for it will foster the creation of ideas.”
Meanwhile, Golfzon is the number one screen golf business went public on KOSDAQ, May 2011, it first move in KAIST Business Incubator in Novemeber 2000 and was grown as a star venture business through KAIST’s diverse supports and phased introduction to the market.
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