KOISRA recently signed a Channel Partners Agreement with Born2Global Center, a South Korean government startups support agency.
The agreement has been signed with KOISRA branch office in Tel Aviv by Eyal Victor Mamou – KOISRA’s CEO and Jongkap Kim – Born2Global’s CEO.
According to the agreement, KOISRA, as an approved Channel Partner, will provide business development and consulting services to selected Korean ICT startups interested in entering the Israeli market.
Born2Global was founded in 2013 under the Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT) as a government support agency for Korean startups. Every year Born2Global selects over 100 Korean innovative tech startups seeking to expand and scale up in the global market through working with approved Channel Partners like KOISRA in the desired market.
One of the supported markets is Israel. While Israel may not be a large market to scale up, it’s considered as one of the top startups ecosystem in the world and only second to the silicon valley. The State of Israel, also known as Startup Nation, is home to over 450 international companies that have chosen to establish their R&D center in Israel due to the access to skilled manpower and disruptive innovations.
Korean startups seeking assistance in the Israeli market will be able to receive a variety of subsidized services from KOISRA, including technological collaborations, technology scouting, market research and analysis, prospects identification, meetings set up, translation and localization, local company registration, employees’ recruitment and more.
KOISRA was founded in 2009 in South Korea as a business consulting firm that assists foreign companies entering the Korean market as well as Korean companies seeking to expand into the global market. KOISRA has extensive experience working with SMEs and startups. In 2014, KOISRA’s CEO Co-founded KOISRA Seed Partners, the first Korean – Israeli startups accelerator and invested in over 15 Korean startups. In 2019 KOISRA has been appointed by the Small & Medium Business Corporation, another Korean governmental agency as a Global Business Partner to support the export and overseas investment initiatives of Korean small and medium companies.