Born2Global Centre has been hosting a series of LAC-Korea startup online meet-ups as part of the Deep Tech Exchange Program of the IDB Lab to continuously engage Latin American and Caribbean countries for potential partnership opportunities.
Through this initiative, Born2Global Centre provides the platform for respective startups from each country to meet potential partners in expansion of their businesses with the professional support and accompaniment of fundamental consultations and services.
So far, already four countries - Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Bolivia - have partaken in this virtual series, as Born2Global Centre continues to organize these meet-ups with partner organizations to identify and match startups based on respective needs.
In the Mexico-Korea session, there were six Mexican startups and three Korean startups from Agtech, Edtech, AI, and Big Data sectors participating in the round table discussions, jointly hosted with Centraal and Seedstars, two renowned accelerators in the region. For the Bolivia-Korea session, there were four Bolivian startups and four Korean startups from Education, AI, Construction, Mobility and Big Data sectors discussing potential innovative joint solutions, hosted alongside the Asociación de Emprendedores de Bolivia (ASEB).
Six more countries are scheduled in the lineup throughout March and April, and after the meet-ups will be the LAC-Korea Partnership Prototype Pitch Challenge, Startup Global Forum, and Partnership Prototype Symposium as a follow-up methodology by Born2Global Centre to ensure successful forging of partnerships for positive social impact to the LATAM region.