The French Tech ecosystem in Seoul provides many opportunities to network and meet local players
Business France advisors have expertise in several Tech sectors.
We aim at helping companies from validating their entry strategy into
the Korean market by providing customized business development services like market
assessments and studies, trade missions and HR services through the VIE scheme
as well as communication campaigns
The Chamber organizes a wide range of events such as the year-end Gala and the monthly "Café du Commerce"
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Co-working spaces & Incubators - Our partners in Korea
Banks Foundation for Young Entrepreneurs, also known as Dream Bank, is a non-profit organization funded by twenty banks in Korea with an asset base of approximately USD 470M. In service of our mission, we provide various tools, programs and support systems with 45,000 sq ft space facilitated with co-working space, lounge, lecture rooms, event halls and dedicated offices for promising startups.
CEL stands for "creative economy leader & cultural enrichment leader". It is a Platform where cultural content meets technology development. The CEL Academy offers a project-based curriculum encompassing culture, technology and liberal arts. The CEL Venture complex offers free residence to about 90 start-ups and supports start-ups in the commercialization of their innovative products
TIPS Town is designed to identify and nurture the most promising startups with innovative ideas. In order to support them, it appoints and designates successful venture founders – who are now angel investors and leaders of technological enterprises – as their mentors. It then offers seamless services encompassing angel investor networking, incubation, professional support and access to R&D funds.
SparkLabs is a mentorship-driven Accelerator Program founded by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. SparkLabs provides a 3-month accelerator program for seed to early-stage startups that have the potential to expand globally. The program is offered twice a year and has so far operated 3 batches. It helps startups attract not only Korean investors, but also prominent global investors.
Startup Alliance Korea exists to enrich the Korean startup ecosystem and help Korean startups go global. It is a joint effort between the private sector and the South Korean government”s Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning. Leading Korean IT companies like Naver helped to form Startup Alliance, as well as various investment companies, startup incubators, and startup accelerators.
The Seoul Global Center offers incubation service to promising foreign-owned start-ups with office space and mentoring for up to a year for them to become the next successful company in Korea. Recruitment is organized twice a year.
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