Co-founders of Whatfix with Hanwha CEO S&C Kim Yong Wook

Whilst Asian Games in Incheon is coming to an end, Asian startup battlefield heats up in Seoul with passionate entrepreneurs competing for their innovative ideas. DreamPlus Alliance, an alliance composed of top accelerators from 12 Asian regions, announced the winner of its two-day startup competition DreamPlus Day 2014 in the South Korean capital this week. Altogether fifteen startups from member accelerators around the region go head-to-head to vie for a US$300,000 equity funding as well as considerable localization supports from DreamPlus.

Backed by one of Korean’s largest conglomerates Hanwah S&C, the Seoul-based program helps member accelerators to share their respective success stories and discover effective opportunities for cooperation. It provides various supports in service localization, legal, accounting, marketing for startups venturing into foreign markets.

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Emma Lee

Emma Lee is Shanghai-based tech writer, covering startups and tech happenings in China and Asia in general. We are looking for stories related to tech and China. Reach her at lixin@technode.com.