K-ICT Born2Global Centre Resident Companies Recruitment
K-ICT Born2Global Centre provides the office space on the Pangyo Startup Campus to discover and foster startups who want to enter the global market.
K-ICT Born2Global Centre is recruiting 9 companies of the 2016~ 2018 B2G member Companies to move into the Pangyo Startup Campus. Selected companies will be allowed to move into Pangyo Startup Campus for 10 months which their residence can be extended for a maximum of 4 times after yearly screening.
□ Scale of recruitment : 9 companies
□ Recruitment targets : 2016~ 2018 B2G Memeber Compnies
□ Purpose of recruitment
- To select startups that are essential for overseas expansion to support office space, consulting services,
and training and seminar programs to expand opportunities for overseas advancement and create a global ecosystem.
Marketing, PR, Patent, Account
Meetup, Seminar for startup companies
□ To be recruited
- K-ICT Born2Global Center Member companies from 2016 to 2018
※ However, companies currently residing in K-ICT born2global center are excluded.
- E-mail : email@example.com
- Contact : 82-31-5171-5616
□ Apply Here
Members Companies are requested to fill out the application form
sent by link to the individual or the representative email.
The Born2Global Centre has published the "Korea Startup Index 2019," which contains comprehensive information on the Korean startup ecosystem. The Born2Global Centre has been publishing the Korea Startup Index since 2014. Featuring new and exclusive content, it delivers insights on Korea's dynamic startup ecosystem and introduces companies aiming to enter the global market.
Some highlights of the report are:
Information on the Korean startup ecosystem
Trends of Korean startup investment
Born2Global annual report
Born2Global members list
In particular, the Korea Startup Index 2019 features the Korean startup ecosystem's solutions and strategies for overcoming COVID-19.
The classification of Korean startup investment trends, venture capital, angel investment, and crowdfunding is also included in this year's index, in addition to information on the Korean startup market, 208 ICT-related companies capable of evaluating the business environment, and results of a wide variety of analyses of startups' status, human resources, investment attraction, target markets, and business environments. It also presents the results of a survey that gives companies an overview of the impact of COVID-19.
Chief Executive Director Jongkap Kim of the Born2Global Centre said, "As convergence technology, which is being led by innovative technology companies, is gaining influence in response to the changes that have occurred around the world. Through this report, you can learn more about Korean startups and the Korean startup ecosystem. It contains a variety of information on Korean startups that would otherwise be difficult to access. I hope it serves as a useful reference material for many."
To read the full report, download it here:
About Born2Global Centre
Born2Global Centre (www.born2global.com) is a full-cycle service platform for global expansion. Since inception in 2013, Born2Global has been setting the standard for successful startup ecosystem as the main Korean government agency under the Ministry of Science and ICT. Born2Global has expanded and transformed startups to be engaged, equipped and be connected with the global market. Every year, Born2Global selects over 100 startups with excellent technological capacity and business potential to be part of membership, and provides them with a comprehensive range of services. This membership service is a year-long intensive program. To members, Born2Global provides a superior package of programs. Born2Global helps members improve their products, grow their business on a global scale, and find ways to expand their networks and have contributed to bringing in investments totaling over USD 593.5 million. In addition, Born2Global's in-house experts have provided consulting services on 11,724 occasions to startups, including consultations 648 overseas patent applications, 395 overseas business contracts and alliances, and 79 incorporations.
Jina Lee, PR Manager
This seminar was held at the request of the Minister of Economy, El Salvador. Israel’s government is leveraging, seeking innovative technology companies as one of the solutions to support the resumption of the national economy. The webinar focused on the creation of a startup ecosystem hosted by IDB and the transmission of Korean best practices on how to leverage startups in response to COVID-19.
Born2Global Centre shared cases of successful startup support and strategic ecosystem formation to foster Korean innovative technology companies.
Several cases of successful response to COVID-19 through innovative technology were also shared at the webinar. In addition, Born2Global Centre introduced strategies for global expansion through formation of joint venture (JV) between startups around the world and Korean innovative technology companies. Start-Up Central also delivered their success story through the Israeli innovation ecosystem and startup support.
Korean companies that took a preemptive response with innovative technologies in the COVID-19, such as LINKFLOW (Wearable 360 camera), Riiid (AI education solution), and Dtonic (Spatio-temporal big data solutions) received much attention and raised expectations for possible collaboration with companies in Latin America.
LINKFLOW is a company that has supplied more than 20,000 wearable 360 cameras, FITT360, to Wuhan, China, which was designated as the epicenter of COVID-19. If a person in a protective suit wears the FITT360, remote medical technology can be used, reducing the possibility of infection through face-to-face contact.
Dtonic's spatio-temporal big data processing and analysis technology was used in the COVID-19 epidemiological investigation support system.
As the need for effective non-face-to-face learning solutions in the education market is increasing,
Riiid is spreading positive influence through their AI-based learning solution in response to closed education institutions due to COVID-19.
Jongkap Kim, Chief Executive Director of the Bon2Global Centre, said, “Even though Latin America is a place with high appeal, in reality, Korean companies were unable to actively enter due to physical and psychological distance.” He added, “We can overcome limitations, by efficiently localizing our products with services and continue our preparations for non-face-to-face exchanges between major innovation ecosystem officials in Latin America and Korean companies.”