Job Korea launches ‘Goods One Chu’, a collaboration promotion with Jikkechu
Daily Post=Reporter Kwak Min-gooㅣThe employment platform Job Korea and the YouTube channel ‘Keep Yourself’ carry out a joint promotion.
Job Korea announced on the 19th that, “If you visit the Job Korea app by the 9th of next month and participate in the ‘Goods One Chu’ event, you can receive character goods jointly planned by Job Korea and Jiji Chu.”
The goods planned by Job Korea and Jijichu are composed of a desk pad, cushion, and key ring engraved with Job Korea family brand characters such as Job Korea, Albamon, and Geekmon.
To participate in the event, you can watch the video of ‘Keep Chew, Job Korea Intern Experience’, which tells the story of how the goods were made, select the product you want to receive, and click the Apply button. After that, a total of 600 people will be given goods through a lottery. The winner will be announced through the Job Korea announcement on October 13th.
A Job Korea official said, “To support members who are tired of job preparation and work life, we have planned an intern experience video with the popular web entertainment Jijichu.” “After watching the video, you can receive limited edition goods through simple event participation We hope that many members of Job Korea will participate.”
On the other hand, Guard Chu is a web entertainment broadcast on YouTube with 1.13 million subscribers. It contains various activities and experience contents of Chu.
GS E&C to develop next-generation bioethanol using cassava waste
ㅣDaily Post=Reporter Kim Jeong-eunㅣ“This project is drawing attention because it is a bio-energy production method using waste from edible crops. Existing raw materials for bioethanol were mostly food resources such as corn, sugar cane, wheat, and cassava. Cassava is emerging as a next-generation bioenergy production method to replace it” (GS E&C official)
GS E&C, together with Finnish bioenergy company St1 Renewable Energy (hereinafter referred to as St1), will develop next-generation bioethanol using waste from ‘cassava’, a tropical food crop, in Thailand. Thailand is the third largest producer of cassava in the world, and is considered an optimal business location for its abundance of cassava pulp that is discarded after consumption.
GS E&C signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for ‘cooperation in the development of next-generation bioethanol technology’ in Bangkok, Thailand, on the 29th in the presence of 10 officials from the two companies, including Huh Yun-hong, CEO of GS E&C’s new business division and Patrick Pittkanen, CEO of St1. said.
Through this MOU, the two companies will promote a bioethanol production project using cassava waste. If the project is successful, GS E&C explained that it will be possible to produce bioethanol using cassava pulp for the first time in the world.
Cassava pulp, a by-product generated during the cassava processing process, is classified as unused waste and has been mostly thrown away.
St1 is a renewable energy subsidiary of St1 Oy, a leading Finnish energy company. It has the technology to produce bioethanol from cassava pulp.
GS E&C plans to establish itself as an eco-friendly ESG representative construction company through this cooperation.
Heo Yun-hong, CEO of GS E&C’s new business division, said, “The cooperation between the two companies is expected to be a signal for the next-generation bioethanol production business using unused waste.” We will continue to strive to become