[WONJU = Whowired] Nov 3, 2011 -- The medical device-specialized company Goodpl (CEO: JUNG CHI-SUNG, www.goodpl.kr) was awarded the medal of merit from both the administrator of Small & Medium Business Administration and head of Small & Medium Business Central Federation at the ‘23rd National Small & Medium Business Competition.’
The National Small & Medium Business Competition was prepared with the them of ‘cooperating small & medium businesses, greater Korea’ and for Goodpl, CEO JUNG CHI-SUNG was awarded the medal of merit by administrator of Small & Medium Business Administration as the exemplary small and medium businessman, and Director of Research Jeong-Min Seo was awarded the medal of merit by head of Small & Medium Business Central Federation as the exemplary employee.
As the purpose of the medal is to select the businessman, employee, organization and such with contributions to the development of small and medium businesses, raise the drive for management and labor, and introduce as the development model, it is significant in that they represented as the exemplary businessman and employee among small and medium businesses across the country.
Goodpl CEO JUNG CHI-SUNG said that he was “very glad to have been acknowledged as the exemplary businessman among multitudes of small and medium businesses that form an axis of domestic economy” and that he will “put in best efforts to contribute more not only to Gangwon economy, but also Korean economy.”
In the meantime, Goodpl is the medical device specializing company founded in 2005 with the name of ‘Bareun Chingu’ for which experts in medical devices came together. It has researched and developed about 20 types of medical devices such as low-frequency stimulator and hydrotherapy device, and is achieving steady sales growth since foundation to this day.
It owns multiple international standards such as ISO13485, ISO9001, ISO14001, and has been certified for venture company and INNO BIZ among small & medium business certification systems. This year, it is going full-scale into exports starting with Southeast Asia such as Vietnam and India.