Recruitment of Investment Companies to Pangyo -- The Silicon Valley of Korea

- Reasons to settle at Pangyo Global Startup Campus in Korea

Jan 05, 2016, 09:21 ET from K-ICT Born2Global Centre

SEOUL, South Korea, Jan. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- K-ICT Born2Global Centre, an agency under the Korean government's Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning has received the application for investment companies moving into "Global Startup Hub @ Pangyo Global Startup Campus."

According to Born2Global, the Korean government aims to provide stable business space for domestic ICT field startups & venture companies, and to build a startup hub where VCs, angels, accelerators and startup-assistant institutions exchange in single space, contributing to stimulate startup ecosystem in Pangyo City. There are great expectations for "Pangyo City" the South Korean Silicon Valley.

Born2Global is the main government agency to conduct the above purpose that aim to merge different industrial sectors, mostly with information and communications technologies, to generate new business opportunities and foster the growth of startups.

Korea's high caliber companies and government agencies, accelerators are located at the Pangyo Global Startup Campus which is why Born2Global aims to bring foreign investors to Pangyo City.

The application deadline is January 10, 2016.

All completed application materials must be sent to Born2Global via email (

Born2Global provides office rooms, meeting rooms, working space, and conference rooms.

"Korea's future stars including K-Global 300 startups are located in the Pangyo Global Startup Campus," Jong Kap Kim, Chief Executive Director of Born2Global said. "If Global investors settle at Pangyo Global Startup Campus in Korea they have a pass to the government guaranteed startups all in one place, just like having the availability to purchase various items at a convenience store."

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About Born2Global

Established in September 2013, Born2Global is the major vehicle under the Korean Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, to support Korean startup companies in early stages that want to expand across international markets. Born2Global has been providing consulting services in various fields covering training, investment, law, patent, accounting, and marketing to nurture global startup companies and also develop a domestic startup ecosystem and support system designed to form a virtuous cycle.

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