Seoul, South Korea
I was Korea's most active writer about startups (in English) for two years. Then I caught the entrepreneurial bug and founded my own company in January 2015.
My new company, G3 Partners, is Asia's first and only dedicated Startup PR Agency. I realized that while Asian startups are beginning to build world class technology products and services their ability to communicate effectively with the rest of the world is an issue area. I also realized that emerging technology companies from the US and around the world are focusing on Asia for growth, but lack local capabilities for PR and Communications. These are the two client groups I can help, while supporting the global spread of technology entrepreneurship.
How is G3 Partners different?
With almost ten years experience in Asia, I have a strong understanding of the cultural differences between East & West. I have also dedicated much of my recent career to developing Asian startups and coaching them towards global success. As a result I have deep practical knowledge of the unique challenges faced by Asian startups, and experience in helping them overcome these challenges. This put me in a unique position to effectively connect entrepreneurs East & West to users, partners and investors outside their home country.
I regularly blog about Asian entrepreneurship and coach startups on their global growth strategy.
I've been featured in:
Forbes, TechCrunch, The Wall Street Journal, VentureBeat, TechInAsia, e27, GeekWire
I love speaking about my experiences, working with entrepreneurs:
Conferenences:Seoul, Beijing, Singapore, St. Petersburg, San Francisco
Radio & Podcasts: Regular panelist at TBs Radio and on startup-focused podcasts
Please reach out if you think I can help you in any way through my knowledge or networks - I love being useful :)