Los Angeles, California--November 27, 2007-- James Song, CEO of GAMEVIL, the top publisher in Korea, was recently selected as a finalist for BusinessWeek’s“Best Young Entrepreneur in Asia.” 25 finalists were featured. As the article shows, entrepreneurship is no longer just hot in Silicon Valley. It’s now becoming a new trend in other parts of the world.
In the article, Song talks about his passion for entrepreneurship and games, as well as his experience managing a company.“I was so indulged with entrepreneurship, and liked the idea of challenging barriers and what seems impossible in society,” says Song as he mentions how, 10 years ago, the concept of entrepreneurship was still new in Korea.“I thought that games were not just children’s play, but could also be a new social interactive media combined with new IT technology of the future. I’ve learned a lot along the way about how to manage people with more years of work experience than me, as well as the importance of strategic thinking, especially on a global level.”
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About GAMEVIL USA, Inc.
GAMEVIL is a premier global mobile games publisher headquartered in Los Angeles, USA and Seoul, Korea. Since its founding in 2000, GAMEVIL has earned a reputation as one of the best companies in the mobile games sector by crafting 10 award winners in a diverse portfolio of over 60 games. GAMEVIL is well known for revolutionizing the sector with its original and innovative mobile games, backed by unparalleled expertise in advanced mobile and network technology. As a world class leader in mobile game publishing, GAMEVIL continues to lead the sector with a commitment to establish mobile as the definitive mass market entertainment platform for the world.
GAMEVIL USA, Inc.