Yesterday MasonBower attended to an interesting convention with a delegation from South Korea at Foundry Luxembourg. This delegation was organised by Y&Archer, a specialized accelerator company designed by Korea Ministry of SMEs and Startups. The group was visiting together with KEITI (Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute) and three startups, of which two represent cleantech and one healthtech/medtech.
The Luxembourg’s perspective was brought in by Christian Tock (Director Sustainable Technologies, Ministry of Economy), Jean-Michel Ludwig (Director of Business Development, Luxinnovation), Georges Schaaf (Head of International Business Development, Cleantech, Luxinnovation) and Philippe Linster (CEO, House of Startups), alongside with the Foundry Board Members Patrizia Luchetta and Jean-Marc Fandel and our own MasonBower team.
As a part of the day, MasonBower's CEO and Founder James Monnat had a speech with a topic Strategic Process from Idea Into Deployment, and our Research Director Roland Kampa with a topic Diversity of the European Market and Importance of Market Research, after which the MasonBower team worked together with other participants to host workshops for each participating Korean startup.
We want to thank all the attendants for making this day possible!
Soyeh Kim is MasonBower’s Chief Financial Officer. Due to her South Korean origins, Soyeh has been working closely with MasonBower's South Korea related projects.