Korea’s Born2Global Center to Expand Partnership with Turkey

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Kim Jong-kap (right), chief executive director of the Born2Global Center, poses for a photo with Burak Daglıoglu (center), president of the Investment Office of the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey, and Bilal Topcu, head of Teknopark Istanbul, after signing an MOU in Istanbul on March 2

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An MoU on Partnership & Collaboration in Innovation and Deep-Tech Startups between Born2Global Centre, Investment Office of the Presidency of the Republic of Türkiye, and Teknopark İstanbul A.Ş. was signed today in Istanbul marking a new beginning in Korea-Turkey bilateral partnership for developing innovative tech ecosystems.

This agreement will serve as the foundation for bilateral collaboration between tech companies of Korea and Turkey, leading to potential tech partnerships, joint ventures, and co-investment opportunities.

Born2Global Centre will continue to work with our partners and key ecosystem entities of Turkey to create deep-tech partnerships between our two great nations.

Hats off to the MoU signatories: Bilal Topçu, General Manager of Teknopark Istanbul, A. Burak Daglioglu, President of the Investment Office of the Presidency of Turkey, and JongKap Kim, Chief Executive Director of Born2Global Centre, for their initiatives and leadership.

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