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Born2Global also presented the findings of its assessment of the companies signed up with Born2Global, centered around such KPIs as funding acquisition, contracts and partnerships, awards, and sales.
Based on the assessment, first prize went to AI-based cancer diagnostics solutions developer Lunit, which the Minister of Science and ICT also honored with a commendation. Lunit has recently raised $61M in funds through its pre-initial public offering (pre-IPO.)
Second prize (Born2Global CEO’s Award) was shared by nine companies:
- Business Canvas (Cloud-based business documentation software)
- CLASSUM (Interactive learning platform for in-class communication)
- Crowdworks (AI learning data crowd sourcing platform)
- Green Labs (Cloud-based next-gen smart farming service)
- Norma (AI/IoT-based security/control solutions)
- PABLO AIR (Cluster flight/integrated mobility control technology)
- Riiid (AI-based education and learning solutions)
- Sendbird (Business chat/video platform)
- SSenStone (Authentication security technology)
Born2Global Centre Chief Executive Director Kim Jongkap said, “we’ve had another tough year this year because of Covid, but many businesses have knuckled down and produced some outstanding results that are rare during these times. Starting next year, Born2Global will add more exclusive programs for growth of Korea’s tech innovators to those that have been successful in their global expansion this year–PMF, JV, tech-matching.”
For more detailed information on Born2Global Centre, visit www.born2global.com.
Source: Born2Global Centre(Press release)