Maekyung Media Group and Seoul Metropolitan Government beckon tech startups to hurry in signing up for startup premier “Try Everything,” offering physical and online opportunities to pitch their potentials to investors from home and abroad September 16-18 in Seoul.
There are openings for some 100 enterprises with innovative ideas and business models. Registration ends on August 21. Guests, audience and investors can register by August 31.
The inaugural event will offer online promotional and exhibition opportunities to startup participants on Try Everything website. Offline promotional and exhibition booths will not be installed due to the virus risk.
Some 20 enterprises with innovative items will be able to enjoy benefits like augmented reality-based content available on Google Play Store and iOS App Store that provides explanation about their products with a QR code scanning.
Startups will be offered teamwork analysis and in-depth consulting services, with opportunities to meet with investors at the meet-up booths on the second and third days. Big tech firms will also visit the event to share their knowhow at the mentoring sessions.
Try Everything is to seek innovation momentum to combat the challenging times, held alongside the 21st World Knowledge Forum, annual business convention hosted by Maekyung. The inaugural event will theme on “Make It Possible,” with every session live-streamed on YouTube.
◇ Date and Venue: September 16-18, at Jangchung Arena, The Shilla hotel in Seoul
◇ Registration: startups until August 21, others until August 31
◇ Visit Try Everything website (tryeverything.or.kr) to register. For inquiries, please contact Try Everything secretariat at +822-6288-6322 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
By Yoon Won-sup and Lee Ha-yeon
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