Mercedes-Benz Korea announced on the 30th that it has successfully completed the third event of the domestic startup fostering platform “Startup Autoban Korea.”
On the previous day, Benz Korea held an Expo Day at a complex cultural space in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, to share the final development results of 15 companies that participated in the 100-day incubation program. Networking events were also held, providing opportunities to attract investment through partner companies and venture capital (VC).
At the event, various competitive startups such as “Mango Slab,” which develops ▲ high-performance wireless breakups, and “LIVE K,” which develops real-time 3D synthesis technology based on ▲ Unreal Engine, introduced the results of projects developed through startup Autoban Korea, communicated with domestic and foreign companies and investors, and sought opportunities for collaboration.
This year’s startup Autobahn Korea started recruiting in April with corporate partners such as Hanwha System, SK Telecom, LG Electronics, and partner organizations such as the Ministry of SMEs and Startups, Seoul Startup Hub, Korea International Trade Association, and N15 Partners, selecting promising startups in various technologies such as future mobility, digital transformation, sustainability, 5G, metaverse, and AI.
Thomas Klein, CEO of Benz Korea, said, “Startup Autoban Korea has become a successful project in three years since its launch in Korea,” adding, “We will do our best to help various startups play on a bigger stage by focusing on the project’s qualitative growth.”