South Korea’s startup news in October 2020
The South Korean startup news headlines listed below were drawn from online press coverage of Korea’s tech, startup and funding spaces across October 2020.
Each Korea-focused startup news headline below is linked to the full news article for that headline, providing first an instant overview of the Korean startup scene in October 2020, and also giving readers instant access to the articles behind each Korean startup news headline listed.
Items here were first featured in Startup News Asia’s daily updates.
Korean startup news headlines featured deliver a broad collection of recent items, and cover a similarly wide range; from obvious news items such as a Korean startup launching a new mobile app, to a Korean technology being introduced to the wider world.
- South Korea: A look at Alyce Healthcare’s Weelo, an AI-driven personal fitness training solution
- South Korea: A brief look at Beanzsoft’s AiTube, app providing easy video editing for YouTubers
- South Korea: A look at DamoGO, startup connecting consumers with perfectly good, unsold food from restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores and farms
- South Korea: Uber to invest $150M in JV and partnership with SK Telecom to boost moves into Korean market as the telco proposes splitting off its mobility business
- South Korea: A brief intro to SizeMine, allowing e-commerce shoppers to measure clothing sizes using a smartphone and aiming to reduce e-commerce return rates
- South Korea: An intro to the 7 tech startups selected for the Korea National Pavilion in the 2020 Node by Slush event, running virtually from Helsinki
- South Korea: An intro to the 10 startups that presented at the Korea Creative Content Agency’s Launchpad Virtual Demo Day USA 2020
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