Korean startup accelerator SparkLabs has now chosen its second round of 10 investees which include businesses outside of Korea.
The companies include e-commerce, interactive TV, mobile applications, internet search and finance businesses. They have received different types of financing ranging from bootstrapped funding to Series A rounds.
SparkLabs principal Eugene Kim said, “Our second class reflects the momentum and interest SparkLabs has generated outside of Korea.
“Included in our ten companies is TrakInvest from Singapore, which is an online equities trading platform, and Megaphone from the US, which is an innovative participation TV platform that we believe has potential not only in the US but in Asia.”
In November last year SparkLabs added two new general partners, Jay McCarthy and Awy Julianto.
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