• Mon, June 8, 2020
    11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Korea is an ideal location for budding investors to site their startups . Strong trade and investment and the constant drive to innovate makes Korea one of the most competitive Asian country and the world’s easiest place to do business.

Join us on Monday, the 8th day of June 2020 to learn the start to end process of setting up a startup in Korea with Marta Allina. The entire session shall focus on:

– Check-in and introductions

– What is a startup

– Half-baked – an ideation game

– What next

– Q&A

About Marta:

Marta Allina (Poland) originally came to Korea for a student exchange. That was over 12 years ago. Having graduated from Yonsei University Business School, she worked for a few years for The Corporation, before deciding to pursue the path of a community builder. She is now part of weave, a collective of change makers engaged in social impact projects, like ASAN SANGHOE, and is running Seoul Startups, Korea’s biggest international startup community. She believes in entrepreneurship, empowerment, balanced business ecosystems and transparency in daily life. Marta is a Passionate cross fitter and Olympic weightlifter too.

Marta’s linked in profile ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/marta-allina-29008913/ )


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