Over the past few months, the Korean Startup Center (KSC) Seattle and partnered with IntuitiveX (IX) of the University of Washington The CoMotion Technology Transfer Office, Life Sciences Washington, and the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) provide strategic guidance, necessary resources, and a cohort of mentors to several innovative Korean companies to expand their reach within the United States. We have supported commercialization efforts.
KSC and IntuitiveX will host a K-Startup Networking Day event at the Seattle Asian Art Museum. December 14, 2022 from 3:30 PM – 8:00 PM PTThis event aims to connect locals Seattle It showcases the healthcare and investor community, promising Korean biomedical and healthcare startups, and marks the launch of the first-of-its-kind Bio+Healthcare Korea Accelerator Program. Washington.
The subsequent six-month program will see five selected startups work with IntuitiveX and a cohort of experienced mentors to advance product, sales, and fundraising efforts within the U.S. healthcare ecosystem. .
“KSC Seattle is dedicated to expanding and supporting the entry of Korean start-ups into the U.S. market, and is dedicated to biomedical innovation and development to contribute to economic growth in both the U.S. and South Korea. We are particularly focused.” David Fan, Managing Director of KSC Seattle. “Seattle Home of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Fred HatchWhen University of WashingtonThis booming life sciences ecosystem has spawned 5. WashingtonIPOs of US-based biotech companies in 2021 alone. Undoubtedly, Korean medical startups have access to great opportunities. State of Washington.”