17:30 - 19:00
By 2018, The Guardian reported 467 accelerators, venture capital funds, and government organizations supporting startups. In 2019, it beat out China, Germany, and Sweden on the Bloomberg Innovation Index. It’s the motherland of major conglomerates like Samsung, Hyundai, and LG, and it's the country where Google created its first-ever campus in Asia. Even in 2020, a year overshadowed by pandemic, the country made headlines for their effective response to COVID-19 using contact tracing to spur a quicker-than-average recovery.
The country we’re talking about is South Korea. And their startup scene is definitely having a moment.
You’re invited to join us live on 18 June as betahausX and K-Startup Grand Challenge (KSGC) bring together startups who successfully made the leap to South Korea. Meet the founders & CEOS behind Imagga, Inspire Me Korea, and Tespack as they share why they chose to launch in Korea, how it’s paved their path into the Asian market, and how you can get your startup into South Korea in 2020 by applying to the K-Startup Grand Challenge (program info below!)
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Register for your free spot in advance so we can send you a confirmation email with joining information 👉 https://bit.ly/expandtosouthkorea
K-Startup Grand Challenge 2020 is a startup program sponsored by the Korean government. The program recruits startups from around the world, and 60 are selected to be part of a 3-month, expenses-paid acceleration program at a startup campus in Korea’s own Silicon Valley – Pangyo Techno Valley. Learn about the program, the prizes, and how to apply here 👉 https://www.k-startupgc.org/KSGC2020.do
betahausX is our in-haus program that connects startups with corporates to spur innovation.