Korea SMEs and Startups Agency announced on the 13th that Chairman Kim Hak-do visited NASIGN, a handbag and leather apparel company in Gwangjin-gu, Seoul and listened to management difficulties.
NASIGN is a small export company that has grown based on top-notch leather manufacturing technology and partnerships with world-famous department stores and apparel brands in the United States, China, and Italy. It has its own handbag brand 'Oryany'.
NASIGN is creating high added value through the ODM (Manufacturer Development and Manufacturing) method, which develops designs and materials directly, unlike existing manufacturers using the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) method.
It is also taking eco-friendly steps such as the development of eco-friendly leather and the launch of eco-bags made of recycled nylon and vegetable cactus.
In 2018, Korea SMEs and Startups Agency became a strong support through timely support, such as scale-up finance and new market entry support funds, whenever domestic investors faced crises such as an increase in tariff burden due to the US-China trade dispute and a sharp decline in sales due to COVID-19.
Oh Sang-don, CEO of NASIGN, said, "We were able to grow the Oyani brand through various policy support from Korea SMEs and Startups Agency in every difficult moment. I will continue,” he said.
Naejain is certified as a family-friendly company by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, and the 'True! Received the 'Good Small Business Award'.
Chairman Kim Hak-do said, "We are responding to the increase in exports due to the re-opening through various export support projects as well as policy funds. said.