Born2Global Centre is looking for "Channel Partners for 2022" in Legal, Accounting, and Creative Marketing which can contribute to providing high quality of services to Korean startups for successful international expansion in Information and Communications Technology industry.

Submission Guideline

The deadline for submission is July 8th, 2022 until 23:59 KST(Korean Standard Time), based on online server date and time. Submissions of application should be made by email only according to the following requests.

  A. Email address: info@born2global.com

  B. Email subject : Application for Consulting Partners in 2022 - [Company Name]

  C. Email attachments : Application*, Documents Certifying the Proper Registration of Business, Service Price List, Introduction Materials in PDF formats.

If you have any questions, contact (info@born2global.com).

PMF Channel Partners

Born2Global Centre(B2G) announces the recruitment of PMF(Product-Market Fit) Channel Partners (CP) in all ICT fields with capabilities to effectively support innovative technology companies from South Korea to scale up through globalization.
 
PMF(Product-Market Fit) is defined as "being in a good market with a product that can satisfy that market."
The ultimate goal of PMF program is to help participating companies find out whether their product fits to the market or whether there is a need to pivot their target customer segments and/or products.
 
B2G accepts applications in two categories as below

  1. Customer discovery and meeting arrangements with potential partners or customers in its target market
  2. User Experience Research

B2G Channel Partners are also expected to provide any necessary preparation and follow-up work to perform the above tasks

The application is opened immediately on the date of posting until the end of 2022.
Please review the attached files for detailed information and apply via link below.
Apply here:  
For Customer Discovery and Meeting Arrangements
For User Experience Research

If you have any questions, please contact Sean Shin at 82-31-8039-6781 or seanshin@born2global.com

Born2Global Centre is looking for "Channel Partners for 2022" in Legal, Accounting, and Patent which can contribute to providing high quality of services to Korean startups for successful international expansion in Information and Communications Technology industry.

Submission Guideline

The deadline for submission is April 8th, 2022 until 23:59 KST(Korean Standard Time), based on online server date and time. Submissions of application should be made by email only according to the following requests.

  A. Email address: info@born2global.com

  B. Email subject : Application for Consulting Partners in 2022 - [Company Name]

  C. Email attachments : Application*, Documents Certifying the Proper Registration of Business, Service Price List, Introduction Materials in PDF formats.

If you have any questions, contact (info@born2global.com).

Seoul Metropolitan Government on March 13 announced a blueprint to build a smart city covering the six sectors of public administration, traffic systems, public safety, the environment, social welfare and the economy. (Iclickart)

Seoul Metropolitan Government on March 13 announced a blueprint to build a smart city covering the six sectors of public administration, traffic systems, public safety, the environment, social welfare and the economy. (Iclickart)


By Jung Joori and Kim Hwaya

Seoul Metropolitan Government has unveiled an ambitious blueprint to turn the nation's capital into a leading smart city through the use of big data and information and communications technology (ICT). 

The city government on March 13 announced that it will pursue 18 strategic projects slated for completion by 2022 in public administration, traffic systems, public safety, the environment, social welfare and the economy.

To provide new and better services for residents, municipal authorities plan to combine core technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, including the internet of things (IoT) and big data, with ICT and city administration data.

A combined 50,000 IoT sensors will be installed throughout Seoul by 2022 to collect information on fine dust and help shape policy toward nighttime saftey. 

To improve the traffic system, a shared parking service using IoT sensors will check parking availability, allowing users to make reservations and pay parking fees through a smartphone app. This system will see pilot operations begin this year at 500 spaces, and will be expanded to 3,000 by 2022.

For raising public safety, 17,820 intelligent closed-circuit TV cameras will be equipped throughout the capital by 2021. Using big data and artificial intelligence, the cameras will constantly check for incidents such as physical altercations or arson and alert police or firefighters of dangerous situations in real time. 

Another innovation set to debut in 2021 in Seoul is 3-D virtual reality technology to digitally recreate the city's overall environment and predict urban change. 

For the silver generation, a pilot welfare service from this year will monitor 1,000 senior citizens living alone with IoT plugs that check power consumption. The number will be increased to 4,000 elderly by 2022. 

etoilejr@korea.kr



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