An opportunity for Korean bio-startups to find technology Proof of Concept (PoC) partners and expand their network in the Singapore startup ecosystem
MediaU, the Incheon-based Korean startup accelerator, hosted a MUST.CONNECT Singapore 2022 Global Innovation Road Show in Singapore on the 12th and 13th, involving Korean and Singaporean bio startups, global bio companies and investors. The event took place at the Singapore Science Park.
The event was an opportunity for Korean bio-startups to find technology Proof of Concept (PoC) partners and expand their networks within the Singapore-based startup ecosystem.
Many large and medium-sized domestic and foreign bioscience and technology companies/startups, Singapore venture capital firms and related agencies such as research centers, universities and hospitals participated in the event. .
MUST.CONNECT was sponsored by Incheon Free Economic Zone Authority (IFEZ), Shinhan Financial Group and Shinhan Financial Hope Foundation, prepared under the “Project to Create an Innovation Ecosystem of the Agency of Free Economic Zone” of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy.
“The bio-industry is an area that requires global cooperation and we hope that MUST.CONNECT will be an opportunity to promote exchanges and create synergy within the Singapore-Korea biotech startup ecosystem,” said Julia. Lee, event organizer and CEO of MediaU.
The event provided programs for global business development, including product and service exhibitions, one-on-one business meetings between IR and strategic partners, and networking, as well as opportunities to share information on the market for global expansion and to create and expand local networking with Singapore. Bio Association and local startups.
Singapore has declared its “Smart Nation” project a national goal, implementing start-up support policies and providing various government support policies to overseas start-ups.
Participating Korean start-ups: Promedius, MTEG, Portrai, Phantomics, CellKey, Bio Design Lab, Neurive