Venture capital firms are increasingly interested in startups that focus on future technologies and address issues such as climate change, energy storage, and artificial intelligence. Lim Sung-hoon of D3 Jubilee Partners is specifically interested in companies dedicated to energy storage and hydrogen or nuclear power generation. Ebihara Hideyuki of PKSHA Capital sees generative artificial intelligence as a promising future technology. However, Kim Ji-chul of Bigbang Ventures believes that the most important factor in a startup’s success is the people involved, highlighting the importance of the relationship between entrepreneurs and investors. He emphasizes the need for continuous communication and open discussions. Venture capitalists also stress the need for governmental support to promote the growth of startups, including the creation of physical spaces for startups to coexist with factories and more support for launching and growing companies. South Korea currently has 22 unicorn startups, with 20 of them located in Seoul.
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