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  • Born2Global Centre, with the collaboration of the Argentine Embassy in Korea and the support of IDB Labs, conducted the second online startup meetup on September 16, to promote the possibilities of joint venture.


    In light of the recent events of Covid-19 and the shift to the new normal paradigm, it has been difficult for bilateral partnerships to occur between companies of different countries, pushing the South Korean government to focus on the “untact” economic strategy, as well as announcing the “Digital New Deal” policy. 


    This policy proposes the strengthening of the DNA ecosystem. (Data, network, AI), transformation the digital infrastructure, and they have given Born2Global the mandate to source, incubate and globalize deep tech startups that can push further the digital transformation.

     

    With the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been difficult for bilateral partnerships to occur between companies of different countries, pushing the Korean government to focus on the “untact” economic strategy, as well as announcing the “Digital New Deal” policy. This policy proposes the strengthening of the DNA (Data, Network, AI) ecosystem and accelerating digital transformation. Born2Global Centre has been mandated to source, incubate and globalize deep tech startups that can further accelerate digital transformation.

     

    During the online Korea-Argentina startup meet-up, promising startups in the areas of Biotech, Fintech, AI, XR (CHEQUER, Crowdworks, Inc., Seerslab, FHLGames, Aivo, Increase, Nubi, Robin Tests and Stamm) as well as major investors and institutions participated in the event, where they discussed and explored possibilities of creating a collaborative bilateral partnership.

     

    The first online meet-up was conducted earlier in July, and since the event, several startups from both countries have been conducting follow up meetings to discuss the partnership opportunities to enter and expand in the respective countries’ markets.

     

    Born2Global Centre will continue to support not only Korean startups but startups from all over the world in expanding and entering the global market and hopes to act as the stepping stone for startups from Korea and Argentina to grow and expand their businesses to become future unicorns.




     

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