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06/04/2019 HYU News > Policy


Hanyang University Signs MOU with 11 Global Accelerator Companies for the Advancement of Start-ups Overseas

Active cooperation for Korean start-ups' global entrance such as attracting investments from overseas markets and exchanging information


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Hanyang University signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with 11 global accelerator companies from North America, Europe, and Asia on May 30 on the Seoul Campus in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, to support promising start-ups in Korea to advance them to foreign markets.
Hanyang University has formed partnerships with a total of 11 △North American (Skydek, Lightning Up Ventures, Amazon, Intro Global); △European (Porence Group, Lesprancias Consultant); and △Asian (Expara, Sprint Accelerator, Campus K, Bridge Partners, and Nishi-Place) agencies to provide practical assistance such as investment attraction and network provision to start-ups that want to enter the global market.

In addition, Hanyang University, together with these agencies, will actively cooperate toward creating global inroads for promising Korean start-ups, including joint operation of global accelerator-rating programs, investment from overseas markets, exploration of local markets, and exchange of global start-up trends and information.

The head of Hanyang University Startup Support Foundation Ryu Chang-wan revealed that, "In order to provide practical assistance to those start-ups in Korea looking for global inroads, Hanyang University has consistently been expanding the infrastructure and network," and that "With the 11 global accelerator agencies, it will do its best to foster innovative global start-ups."
Officials from Hanyang University and the 11 global accelerator companies are taking commemorative photos at Seoul Campus in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, on May 30, after signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) supporting promising Korean start-ups' overseas advancement.

Translated by Jeon Chae-yun
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