beSUCCESS Korea Startup and Technology Weekly Roundup
2013 8월 25

beSUCCESSThrough the beSUCCESS Korea Startup and Technology Weekly Roundup, we bring you major articles and posts related to the Korean startup and technology sectors from beSUCCESS as well as other media websites.

Updates on beGLOBAL, being organized by beSUCCESS in Palo Alto on September 13, 2013:

beSUCCESS: Come Meet 3 Generations of Global Venture Capitalists, The Drapers, at beGLOBAL

beSUCCESS: Come listen to Marc Shedroff, VP of Samsung’s $1Bn Open Innovation Center in Silicon Valley

beSUCCESS: Startup Socials Party SF 2013, From StartupMonthly – Friends of beGLOBAL

beSUCCESS: Bb – A New Feature Packed Video Sharing App From Korean Startup AHIKU

beSUCCESS: Buddy Up Gamifies Your Social Diary

beSUCCESS: Meet Jeanie Han, America’s CEO of Line – The Asian Messaging App Gunning For The US

Maeil Business News: Naver mulls IPO for LINE on US stock market

Maeil Business News: South Korea’s mobile base station module developer S.A. Technology has acquired Korea Traffic Systems, an intelligent traffic system company, for 7.1 billion won ($6.36 million)

Maeil Business News: National Pension Service (NPS) became the largest institutional shareholder in Samsung Electronics exceeding Samsung Life Insurance

Maeil Business News: Gov’t to revamp SMB criteria in favor of services sector

TechinAsia: South Korea just made an electric car that folds itself in half

TechinAsia: AdLatte, a reward-based mobile advertising platform from Korea, is now available in Thailand

TechinAsia: To find the best Korean food in LA, forget Yelp or Foursquare, try KakaoPlace

TechinAsia: Korean Dota takes another step with the Nexon Sponsorship League

Engadget: LG exec: tablet, phablet, smartwatch and Firefox OS device coming soon

Strategy Eye Digital Media: INSIGHT: Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Five Subscription Shopping Services To Watch; included Korean startup Memebox

OnScreenAsia: TSL Products signs SK Technology to grow market share in South Korea

FoxNews: S.Korea's traditional markets go high-tech

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