This year’s Startup Trend Report 2017 for South Korea shows positive changes for the startup ecosystem.
Fabric Time looks to capitalize on the lack of online fabric stores by digitalizing Korea’s most famous fabric market.
Platum selected eight promising startups that display the energy and innovations within the Korean startup field.
Blockchain-based global money transfer service MOIN targets markets in Asia.
Korbot Company operates a platform for automatic arbitrage trading of Bitcoin.
Korean startups received a total of USD 574 million, a 37% decline from the previous year.
Amazer is a talent sharing app where ordinary or influential people can upload videos.
SHAPL is a startup that designs, produces and distributes content based on customer preference data.
Loplat provides location-based solutions to maximize marketing results.
Cash Note, operated by KCD, is a simple accounting service for small and medium-sized enterprises.