WASHINGTON, December 3, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Korea Innovation Center Washington D.C. (www.kicdc.org), as it is wrapping up its journey with 10 promising Korean tech startups, is hosting a Startup Pitching event engaged with VentureNest Partners(www.venturenestpartners.com) for Korean tech-startups on Dec 8.
Ten Korean companies in high-tech fields have participated in KIC DC’s 2020 Accelerating program(‘2020 KIC Gov-Tech’) since the March of this year, and the program finale is going to be done at Silicon Valley virtually.
The companies will present their cutting-edge and innovative products and services remotely from South Korea in their search for potential investors, buyers, distributors, and strategic partners in the U.S. and expect to receive feedback and global tips and connections from the panel of international business experts.
Mr. Jung Moon, Director General at KIC DC, said, "I am excited to see these Korea tech startups pitching before the audience who are very active and influential investors and business leaders in the Bay area. The Korean tech startups worked very hard for the last few months, and this is going to be a good opportunity to prove their newly acquired skills and knowledge.”
This pitching event will be featuring diverse technologies including AI, Biotech, Cannabis-led technology, and other rising technologies. This virtual event will take place on December 8 at 7 p.m. EST (December 9 at 9 a.m. KST). To register for the event, please click:
Ms. Stephanie Son, CEO and Founder of VentureNest Partners, said, “We are excited to see the connections that these 10 participating startups will make during the KICDC STARTUP PITCH-DAY event, as they all have already shown their potential in their industries and have proven they are ready to take their companies to the next level. The participating companies will bring new value and innovative ideas to the ever-changing world.”
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About KIC Washington DC
Korea Innovation Center Washington D.C. is a non-profit organization funded by the Korean government on the mission of creating and improving the global startup ecosystem. It has discovered and incubated promising Korean tech-startups by connecting market experts with top-tier accelerators that provide industry-specific training programs. More than 100 Korean startups have participated in KIC (Washington DC) program annually and interacted with mentors and market enablers. KIC would always welcome partners from various sectors to build a vibrant network across the U.S. and Korea.
About VentureNest Partners
VentureNest Partners is a single-source provider of a broad range of corporate and global market development services for high-tech companies and startups. Its mission is to enable tech start-ups and SMEs to build a strong global profile and gain access to valuable overseas markets through mentorship, business development, and other critical capabilities such as strategic engagements and partnerships. We aim to connect tech start-ups and SMEs with Silicon Valley and accelerate their development and leadership around the world.
Source: Korea Innovation Center