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Establishing a Business Model for Social Enterprises in the Fields of Culture, Performance, and the Arts Associated with the Tourism Industry: Gwangju Metropolitan City (관광분야와 연계된 문화·공연·예술 사회적기업 비즈니스모델 구축: 광주광역시를 중심으로)

  • Kim, Chang-Beom;Byeon, Jang-Seop;Na, Ju-Mong
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.9
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    • pp.236-246
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    • 2016
  • Social enterprise is an organization which use business activities as a means to achieve of social purposes. It has grown sharply since 2007 in Korea. However, now it is time had to pursue qualitative growth through the development of specialized business model. This study aims to identify business components using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) with experts and to develop a tailored business model for social enterprises in the fields of culture, performance, and the arts associated with the tourism based on regional demand within Gwangju. The analysis shows that job creation should be set as the main objectives to create value, and programs that offer hands-on experience with that fields can be the core competency. Cooperation among private corporations, local governments and agencies related to that fields is essential, as are programs provided through on- and off-line platforms. To develop a value proposition, customers must be segmented among a variety of the market participants.