CEO Huh Su-jeong of IBQC(International Beauty education Qualification Center) signed a contract to establish a branch office in Taiwan with CEO Kim Sung-keun of HAO media in Taiwan at The-K Hotel Convention Hall on Dec. 9.
As a result, K-beauty's overseas expansion is expected to gain more momentum. The representatives of IBQC's branches in the U.S., Vietnam, Beijing, Indonesia and Cambodia were in attendance.
After three years of preparation, IBQC, which obtained K-beauty international standardization (ISO 17024) approval from SCC headquarters in Canada in 2018, has been drawing attention.
In the meantime, the activities of IBQC have been stagnant due to the impact of COVID-19, but it has finally come to fruition.
Among the 20 fields of international beauty education qualification certification, makeup, nail art, SMP (scalp tattoo), ear therapy, and semi-permanent subjects will land in Taiwan first.
International instructors trained by IBQC will be dispatched to establish K-Beauty, developed based on ISO 17024, in the Taiwanese market first.
In addition, Korea's excellent beauty technology will spread to the world, including Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Vietnam, and China.
On December 4, CEO Huh In-soon of IBQC, which is taking the lead in K-Beauty export, was awarded the grand prize in the field of filial piety and finding well-doers by the Minister of Health and Welfare.
On December 11, 2021, Huh also attained a certificate of mastery in the international beauty qualification development sector from the Korean Master Recognition Committee.