Tech startup news: South Korea
Korean startup news in January 2021 covered items including ecommerce news, autonomous vehicles, proptech and real estate, and more.
Each item listed is a Korea-focused technology or startup-related news headline; and each headline is hyperlinked to the free-to-read, online article or news report behind that headline, hosted on the site that reported the item and provided initial news coverage.
The January 2021 startup news collection for South Korea provides Startup News Asia readers with 2 things instantly:
- a single-page, at-a-glance overview of Korea’s technology scene in January 2021, providing you with a quick reference look at overall startup activity levels; and
- instant, one-click access to the Korea-focused tech startup news, articles and reports behind each headline, letting you focus on your chosen subjects, technologies and developments.
- South Korea: Dongnae closes $4.1M seed round, aiming to digitize the rental and home-buying market
- South Korea’s Hyundai in talks with Apple to develop self-driving electric vehicles and batteries
- South Korea: Dable content discovery platform raises $12M with machine learning discovery, analysis and recommendation of a claimed 5BN content items per month
- South Korea: An intro to idus e-commerce app and platform, selling and trading handmade goods and boasting more than 19K homegrown artists
- India: South Korea’s Mirae Asset group to launch $35M India-dedicated fund focusing on investments in early-stage tech startups
- Vietnam: Gpay e-wallet provider gains Series A funding from South Korea’s KB Financial Group, aiming for a fintech joint venture named KB Fina
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