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Daejeon offers to partner with Adobe to bolster digital literacyBy Son Ji-hyoung
Published : May 20, 2018 - 14:40
Han Sun-hee, director-general of the city government’s science and economy bureau, suggested Adobe establish a digital literacy education center in Daejeon, in a meeting on May 14 with Adobe Systems Chief Executive Shantanu Narayen at the US company‘s headquarters in San Jose, California.
Han also offered Adobe officials the chance to participate in a four-day science festival scheduled for October in Daejeon.
“Adobe understands the endeavor of Daejeon City and wishes to work together,” said Narayen, adding he would discuss the matter with the company’s office in Korea.
The meeting was also attended by Yang Sung-kwang, president of the Innopolis Foundation, Daejeon’s startup hub and innovation cluster affiliated to the Ministry of Science and ICT.
Adobe Systems develops and sells software products, including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe InDesign.
The municipal government aims to run pilot projects for entrepreneurs and universities to help them cope with the arrival of the “fourth industrial revolution,” and gradually extend the projects to citizens.
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