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July 17, 2019
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Startups & Investors

G3, Goodwater join hands to help Korean startups secure international funding

  • PUBLISHED :April 29, 2019 - 16:14
  • UPDATED :April 29, 2019 - 17:29
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Seoul-based marketing and contents agency G3 Partners has launched an investment support program called “The Venture Club” to help startups with their international fundraising efforts, the company said on April 29.

G3 Partners will partner with Silicon Valley-based VC house Goodwater Capital in its first monthlong edition of The Venture Club, it said.


 

Courtesy of G3 Partners


The Venture Club is a membership-based program for a month designed to develop the investment pitches of startups for international fundraising and give them an exclusive chance to pitch and connect with global venture capital firms at a private pitch event, according to G3 Partners.

Through the program, startups may get a variety of support ranging from one-on-one pitch coaching to advice for investor Q&A sessions.

Premium members who apply by May 3 will get advice for due diligence on investment strategies and deck design. Also, startups will get a chance to have their investor pitch reviewed by Goodwater Capital co-founder Eric Kim, known for a portfolio of investments that includes Kakao, Coupang, MemeBox, Toss and Musical.ly.

Nathan Millard, chief executive of G3 Partners, will take on the role of head coach at The Venture Club.

The standard membership fee for startups will cost 500,000 won ($431.70). For the premium program, startups will have to pay 1 million won.

Those joining the membership will be able to join the next editions of The Ventures Club. G3 Partners currently plans to hold its next editions every two to three months, teaming up with other global VCs, its spokesperson said.

By Son Ji-hyoung (consnow@heraldcorp.com)

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