Sharing economy-related companies, such as Didi, ofo and Hellobike led investment trends in China in 2017.
Platum selected eight promising startups that display the energy and innovations within the Korean startup field.
Korean startups received a total of USD 574 million, a 37% decline from the previous year.
These startups revolutionized various industries across the Korean technology sector.
K-Cube Ventures looks to support startups in AI, IoT, and big data through its new fund.
Bluepoint Partners CEO says that new technology is not necessarily valuable technology.
D2SF invests in startups making waves in medtech, haptic technology, and augmented reality fields.
A new delivery model that sends groceries to customers in the beginning of the day.
A phone number and a bank account are all that is required for SMEs to open an Instamojo account.
Four out of these startups have emerged as “unicorns”, valued at over USD 1 billion.