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Korean Startup Scene in Seoul

A Guide to the Korean Startup Ecosystem

The Korean Startup Ecosystem in 2023 looks bright after the impact of COVID during parts of 2020 and 2022 and much of 2021. t may surprise some that South Korea's economy is now the 4th largest in Asia. They have one of the best wireless infrastructures, yet Korea is still globally not recognized…

Esports in Korea

Esports in Korea – Guide to Korean Gaming Culture

The Korean gaming culture has turned Esports in Korea into an organized structure partnered with some of the biggest corporations in Korea. South Korea now has the top Esports ecosystems in the world. Esports is now a multi-billion dollar industry and it is expected to grow even more in 2020. In…

How Korean Startups Find Reliable Manufacturers in China

One of the most challenging aspects of entering the Chinese market is finding reliable manufacturers in China. Korean startups have stressed over and over again how difficult it is to find the right partner but also manufacturers they can communicate with. Still, many Korean startups focus on China…

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    The Top Products on the Korean Crowdfunding Platform Wadiz

    The top Korean crowdfunding platform is Wadiz. Wadiz is the platform many startups in Korea look to for seed fundraising. It is also a great platform for investors and consumers to find new and innovative products. It is estimated that the platform will raise over $450 million in 2020. Crowdfunding…

    SaaS Markets in Korea

    Ways Foreign Players Can Dominate the SaaS Market in Korea

    Competition in the SaaS (Software as a Service) space is increasing as customers are looking for better solutions to their problems. Korea has been known for its innovation in the tech space. Many software companies in Korea have sprung up. Thanks to the easily deployable infrastructure like AWS…

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    Korean Conglomerates Invest in the US Market

    This is not the best news for the Korean startup scene. Korean conglomerates like Samsung, SK, Lotte, LG, and others have already started building plants in the United States and have started investing in US companies. This plan is to expand into the world's biggest customer market. Since Donald…