The new program is the first concrete initiative in tightening startup ties between the two countries.
Aalto Startup Center will kickstart a new program for South Korean HealthTech and Wellbeing startups. The Korean Startup Center program will be organized in co-operation with the Korea Institute of Startup & Entrepreneurship Development (KISED), the state-funded startup center of South Korea. The collaboration is the first concrete initiative in tightening startup ties between the two countries and is unique in its nature: never before has Aalto Startup Center launched a program of this magnitude in conjuction with a foreign state-led official body. This year’s program is a pilot project with the intention of making it annually permanent.
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