South Korean startup news
Startup news from South Korea in February 20201 covered items in subjects across the non-profit DCamp Foundation and incubator, Korean gaming startups and goverment investment, and Korean startups enjoying success overseas.
Headlines linked below each lead to a tech or startup news article focusing in some way on Korea, free-to-read in full, online and at no cost. This way, readers get 2 things immediately from Startup News Asia’s Korean tech news updates:
- an easy overview of February 2021’s startup news from Korea; and
- one-click access to full background on the Korean startup news items that interest you most.
- A brief overview of South Korea’s DCamp foundation and incubator, NFP established by 19 banks to aid startups which generated an estimated $6BN in value in the last 3 years
- South Korea: A look at Quotabook, a one-stop platform for startups, businesses, and investors to manage documents, stockholdings, securities, communications
- South Korea: An intro to 6 of the country’s startups finding success overseas in mobile apps, e-commerce and more
- ICYMI: UN report finds North Korean hackers stole over $300M in 2020, targeting virtual currency-exchanges and global financial institutions
- An intro to 5 Korean gaming startups to watch in 2021
- Government to invest $20M in gaming industry this year, via Korea Creative Content Agency
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