For decades, Russia has been at the forefront of the world’s technological innovation. From creating one of Europe’s first universally programmable computer and pioneering the first supersonic passenger jet, the Tupolev Tu-144, to – who can forget? – laying down the gauntlet in the space...

  We started our last company, SliceBread, in December 2015. Within three months we were able to bootstrap the company into profitability. We raked in half a million in revenues in the first year and grew consistently over the next eighteen months. And yet, in June 2018, we ceased...

K-beauty has been receiving a lot of global attention in 2019. Only a month ago Estée Lauder, announced its acquisition of the beauty company Have & Be – the owner of the k-beauty brand Dr. Jart+cosmetics. Now, another globally known skincare giant, Beiersdorf, officially announced its...

Mobility startups are rising all across the globe and it is no different in South Korea. Ride-hailing, car sharing, bike sharing, and even electric scooters have allowed people living inside busy cities to rethink their transportation decisions. Seoul is such a technology-driven city that it is no...

Three new startups in the Philippines operating in the fields of logistics and tourism have received seed funding from one of the country’s tech accelerators and incubators IdeaSpace. The post Philippine Incubator IdeaSpace Invests in 3 New Startups appeared first on AsiaTechDaily - Asia's...

Biotech startups can be a high risk/high reward venture for investors. There are many Korean BioTech startups that have huge upsides. But they can be risky due to the ever-changing landscape in the healthcare industry. A typical biotech startup in Korea requires several years of research, tests,...

Traveling the world isn’t a walk in the park. Even for the most seasoned adventurers traveling abroad can be littered with potential headaches. Couple that with a limiting disability or a physical hurdle and travel can seem like an impossible task. South Korean start-up Amuse Travel has set out...

Are you looking to update your beauty shelf with some independent Korean beauty startups that’ll rival the big guys? Luckily, we’re here today to introduce our 5 Korean beauty startups to watch for in 2019.  In addition, while you won’t find any of the old cult classics that you know and...

For entrepreneurs in Korea, it’s vital that you’re prepared to stand out in this competitive sphere. A lot of young business owners worry whether they have what it takes to make it. Truth be told, though, if you have a great product and a toolbox filled with essential skills, you’re already...

Ground X is the blockchain subsidiary of the leading South Korean Internet company, Kakao. Ground X aims to tap new and innovative blockchain technologies that can be adopted by the mainstream market. They created a scalable Blockchain platform called Klaytn and are looking to create more DApps to...

SaaS (Software as a Service) startups are on the rise as more and more customers use the web for their work.  SaaS products and services allow users to access their account from any device to continue their work.  All data is then stored in the cloud.  There are some SaaS applications that can...

Living in Korea can be very difficult, especially for foreigners.  There are many things to consider such as culture, customs, weather, shopping, eating, etc.  There are crucial must-have apps you will need to download for Korea.  These are pretty much a given and there really is no need to talk...

The travel industry in South Korea is on the rise.  With the rise of Korean culture in regards to Kpop, entertainment, fashion, and beauty, there were an estimated 15.3 million international tourists that arrived in South Korea in 2018.  Most of these travelers are coming from China, Japan and...

Wildly popular dating app Tinder has been able to break into the Korean market.  It took a while because Tinder was not a huge hit when they first entered the Korean market back in 2015.  The Korean online dating service industry is valued at over $75 million.  It is estimated that 2/3 Korean...

Many Blockchain companies are looking to enter the Korean market.  Korea in the past has been a hub for many ICO projects.  While the hype has died down quite considerably, there are still many Blockchain/ICO marketing companies in Korea that can help.  Blockchain Marketing Agencies in Korea can...