The Educational Culture Business Division works for the future of our children.
The Educational Culture Business Division, along with 9,000 Think Big teachers based throughout Korea, provides advanced educational services to benefit children 10 years down the track. Children learn to think on their own, see the world from a wider perspective, and develop their creativity. The Educational Culture Business Division is leading the creation of an ideal educational environment in Korea.
- Vision 2012
- Financial Vision
- 1.7 million members
- ￦523.3 billion in sales
- Operating income rate of 12%
- Number 1 in M/S
- Business Vision
- Home study book business
- Early childhood center business
- Reading management business
- Collective learning management business
- On/offline study book business
- Organizational Vision
- 338 branches
- 959 teams
- 10,755 teachers
- Development of special branches
- Cultural Vision
- Creative Brand
- 'Think Big,' the Educational Culture Business Division's study book, is designed to develop students’ creativity and logic. It has been put together by reputable scholars, all of whom are experts in their respective fields.
- Global Brand
- The 'Think Big' study book is used all around the world. It is exported overseas under a copyright export contract with the Japanese educational publications company, Eikou Educational Network.
- The Biggest Educational Brand in Korea
- 'Think Big' has been awarded a number of educational brand awards over the years. In 2007, it was selected for the 'improved children's learning ability project' of the Ministry of Health and Welfare, and is now providing education services throughout Korea.
- Think Big Teachers
- Think Big teachers are education specialists who have been trained to guide children towards a brighter future. Working at one remove from a standardized teaching regime, they provide 1-on-1 lessons in the home environment, using creative interaction with children to instill them with problem-solving skills.
- Think Fun Teachers
- Think Fun teachers are early childhood educators who teach English and creativity at kindergartens and homes. Children are guided towards acquisition of the skills required to become the global leaders of tomorrow through the development of English skills and problem-solving creativity.
Reduction in the number of branches in 2008 according to a strategy of upsizing individual branches.