2021 is the time to find new opportunities in the crisis and restore entrepreneurship to explore the path of the Korean economy with entrepreneurs. You have to try everything you can now that New Normal has become a daily life, and do anything.
The startup ecosystem in Korea is definitely powerful, according to the Global Startup Ecosystem Ranking in 2020, released by the global startup ecosystem research institute Startup Genome.
Seoul ranked 20th in the world’s 270 city start-up ecosystem rankings for the first time in 2020.
The United States, the world’s largest unicorn (start-up with a corporate value of more than $1 billion), has a strong investment in artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and big data.
Japan, which has a strong manufacturing base, has a strong Internet of Things (IoT) field that combines core software technologies such as hardware, artificial intelligence, pin tech, and robotics.
In recent years, investment in start-ups has been focused on solving the problem of shortage of manpower due to aging and low fertility such as smart factory and nursing robot.