Korean Startup Accelerator SparkLabs Unveils Its First Class, Bolsters Its Advisory Board

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It seems like it’s been ages since SparkLabs revealed its intentions to nurture a handful of promising startups in South Korea (it was actually the end of July), but now the accelerator has officially pulled back the curtains on its inaugural class.

As you’d expect, most of these past months have been spent deliberating over the six companies that would participate in the three-month program, but that’s not all the trio of SparkLabs founders have been devoting their time to. Th...

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