Aalto Startup Center will kickstart a new program for South Korean HealthTech and wellbeing startups

Jul 10, 2020

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.

Read the full article on Aalto University’s website.

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