ANYANG, SOUTH KOREA, December 03, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Most potential CEOs have lots of questions. However, there is no place for them to ask all these questions. Participating in franchise seminars is not enough to get a clear idea about whether they would have an excellent business owners or whether they would be able to make revenue. In this situation the best solution is to get experience in the real field regarding all the details about owning a business. This is easier said than done, however, since there are not many shops that open up and let these people experience their business.
) will solve this problem with their venture experience service 'Ceomake'.
Ceomake is a platform that connects people who would like to experience real business before opening up their own stores and current business owners who would like to utilize their labor force. For business owners, they can have staff for free for a certain period of time saving their labor costs, at the same time the apprentices are expected to reduce their failure rates by getting a practical experience in advance.
The process is simple. Owners just register their stores on the 'Ceomake' website and the potential business owners search for the kind of business they want to experience and apply for it. After the application, the owner and the applier meet and compare their needs and start the experience.
Depending on the types of industries or owners, the period or benefit of this experience can vary. Two parties can also negotiate the work conditions.
Moreover, if you are an owner of a 'mega popular restaurant' or a 'famous cafe', 'Ceomake' will be a great platform for starting up a franchise business. The owners can not only save labor costs but also it is also possible that they have the apprentices to manage their franchise store directly.
"We are getting an enthusiastic response, with a number of franchise stores such as coffee shops, snack bars, Chicken and pizza stores, English libraries, health care businesses, fast food restaurants etc. registering their stores as places for the experience," said the CEO of haebogo.Inc which launched 'Ceomake' Sang-gyu Lee (Co CEO, Yong-yeon Lee), adding, "This service is not limited to the domestic market. It will make a great influence on the groups of people who are considering starting up businesses in oversea markets or thinking of immigrating and opening their own business there."