5-month virtual acceleration
China market knowledge workshops
Tailor-made go-to-market strategy setting
Pitch training with a China angle
Meetings with industry experts and market validation
Partnership-building with potential clients
Throughout H2, 2020, XNode and leading Korean startup ecosystem builder, Born2Global Centre, co-ran the first Boot-X online acceleration program virtually with Coconut Silo, Rootee Health and Fieldsolution, three promising Korean startups in logistics, MedTech and water treatment sectors.
With deeper China market understanding through customized consulting, knowledgeable workshops and market validation with industry experts, potential partners and investors, three Korean startups are accelerating their penetration to Chinese market. We look forward to seeing those startups generate business impacts in China!
Starting from the Boot-X program co-run with Born2Global, the first full-fledged virtual acceleration program, XNode has enhanced its online offerings in the new normal of the epidemic.
Coconut Silo was one of Hyundai Motor Group's in-house startup in Korea and has successfully spun out in 2020. They provide cross-border logistics services in SEA and soon-to-be China. Their smart solution enables logistics users to get orders in 5 minutes, which drastically improves the efficiency between cargo owners and truck drivers + small & medium size logistics companies.
Fieldsolution is an industrial IoT company, which not only enables water treatment plants to conduct real-time monitoring and controlling, but also help them automatically manages the plants with big data powered analysis and prediction. They gained very good tractions in Korea and partnered with K-Water, Korean largest state owned public water provider. Additionally, their solution is applicable to smart factory and smart city.
Rootee Health provides fully-auto and optometrist-free examinations for optical shop, retail pharmacy and hospitals, as well as AI early diagnosis and patient data management. Founders have experience in optical engineering and tech companies such as Cisco, App Annie and Google. They have already gained multiple tractions back in Korea and United States such as CVS Health (MinuteClinic).
Founded in September 2013, Born2Global is a major Korean government agency under the Ministry of Science and ICT(MSIT) contributing to the national startup ecosystem and beyond. Each year, Born2Global selects over 100 startups with high potential for entering the global market.