KIC Washington,. D.C.

KIC-FedTech Accelerator Pitch Day

Location:
Alley Powered by Verizon - 2055 L Street Northwest #suite 400 Washington, DC 20036

Contact:
Brian Han (Deputy Director)
Phone: (571) 405-6220
Email: bhan@kicdc.org

South Korea's most promising tech startups pitch in the U.S. to top investors!

About this Event

Please join us on Thursday, October 3rd evening for the KIC-FedTech Accelerator Pitch Day! The KIC-FedTech Accelerator features the most promising Korean entrepreneurs looking to launch their businesses in the U.S. and achieve their strategic goals. This cohort features companies in healthcare, security, drone technology, and blockchain. Our Pitch Day brings together 13 companies that have been selected to undergo the prestigious accelerator curated by FedTech for the Korea Innovation Center in Washington DC. An esteemed panel consisting of active investors and founders gather to listen to pitches of top founders, ask tough questions, and deliver actionable feedback. Our invited audience is an engaged community of actionable entrepreneurs, venture influencers, professionals and service providers who all see the massive growth potential for investing in South Korea's most promising startups.
 
 

Why attend?

- Get introduced to the world of startups and entrepreneurship,

- Meet experienced, talented, and passionate entrepreneurs from South Korea in DC,

- Potentially partner with and invest in South Korean innovators looking to succeed in US,

- Learn from an all-star judging panel!

 

Agenda

5:00 PM: Arrival and registration (Light dinner is served)

5:15 PM: Opening remarks by Director-General Jung Moon, Korea Innovation Center

5:30 PM Welcome Remarks

5:45 PM Pitch Session 1

6:45 PM Coffee Break / Intermission

7:00 PM Pitch Session 2

7:50PM Winners Announced

8:00 PM Closing

 

Line-Up of Companies:

  • Aevis Bio: A breast cancer therapeutic based on Targeted Proteolysis Inducer (TAPI)
  • BlueWaveTel: Excellent solutions in wireless telecommunication and broadcasting field
  • Corners: Safety Intelligence Solution that combines IoT (Artificial intelligence of things) and on-time space intelligence service
  • Cardiocoin: The first preventive healthcare blockchain platform
  • Cruxell: A dental PSP scanner which is specialized in high quality dental x-ray image system
  • ETL: Radar Absorbing Paint with multiple core evaluation results
  • Frasen: Personalized Sleep Care Service that combines the latest in sleep science, internet of things (IoT), and software
  • IM Technology: Affordable and eco-friendly way of metalizing super engineering plastics
  • MediFutures: Innovative suturing device for medical aesthetics and surgical applications
  • Narma: Tilt-rotor Type Hybrid Drone VTOL( Multi-copter Drone) & High Speed Flight(Fixed-wing UAV)
  • OSD(ONESOFTDIGM: A portable bio impedance analyzer that provides on-demand customized healthcare
  • Secuworks: Sould field security sensors
  • Welt: Smart fashion belt that analyzes various health information to prevent central obesity
 

About Korea Innovation Center (KIC)

Korea Innovation Center (KIC) is funded by the Korean government on a mission to create a global startup ecosystem throughout its four locations- Washington DC, Silicon Valley, Berlin, and Beijing. We discover and incubate promising Korean technology startups by providing assets such as connections to market enablers and/or accelerators and training programs. More than 80 Korean startups join our KIC (Washington DC) center and explore the US market annually. We welcome partners from various sectors to build a vibrant network across the US and Korea.  

About FedTech

FedTech was born in 2015 after participating in the National Science Foundation's Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program when we saw an opportunity to commercialize the USD150B/year in federally-funded R&D. Many inventions we use today were created as part of a federally-funded R&D project including what we know today as SIRI, Google Maps, GPS, the internet, baby formula, lithium-ion batteries, smartphone cameras, and countless more. Today, we are a unique private venture firm commercializing tech across DoD, NASA, DoE, universities and other national labs, matching deep tech with entrepreneurs.

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