This year’s Startup Trend Report 2017 for South Korea shows positive changes for the startup ecosystem.
Wishlink CEO talks about her journey as a pioneer of fashion e-commerce services
Fabric Time looks to capitalize on the lack of online fabric stores by digitalizing Korea’s most famous fabric market.
CloudBrain applies its AI technology across finance, energy, human resources, and smartphones industries.
Naver recognized in these startups the competitive advantage and know-how to advance AI technology in Korea.
Life Lab connects families to home service managers with an innovative price model
D.Lemon brings transparency to insurance by making it user-friendly and safe.
Venta VR CEO discusses challenges and possibilities for VR in Korea and globally.
Platum selected eight promising startups that display the energy and innovations within the Korean startup field.
Olive Union adds an innovative flavor to hearing aids market by efficiently solving hearing difficulties and widening existing product ranges