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TriBeluga Opens Its Incubator Building in Seoul
"TriBeluga Incubator" Links S. Korean Entrepreneurs
with Chinese Market

Ms. Lili Luo, president and founder of "TriBeluga"
TriBeluga, the Chinese start-up incubation service firm in Seoul, officially launched its service for South Korean entrepreneurs on Oct. 16, 2014 with the opening of its state-of-the-art six-story building nestled in Seoul’s upscale Sinsa-dong area.

Lili Luo, the 28-year-old president and founder of TriBeluga, held a press conference at Grand Hyatt Hotel in Seoul with well over 100 local South Korean and Chinese journalists attending.

Among the media gallery were some 30 Chinese journalists from the major Chinese news media including the state-run CCTV.

The press conference was also attended by such dignitary participants as former Mayor Patrick Burt of America’s Palo Alto and Prof. Lee Min-Hwa of South Korea’s KAIST Graduate School of Innovation and Technology Management.

They delivered a keynote speech, respectively.

During the press conference congratulatory remakes by Chief Executive C.Y. Leung, head of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and other luminaries were introduced to the audience on the super-size display on the wall.

“Our primary goal is to focus on nurturing South Korean startups in three key areas of environment, healthcare, and education,” Luo said emphatically. “Our role to connect South Korean firms with China and with Silicon Valley of America”

She stressed that BriBeluga will help South Korean entrepreneurs move to the markets in China and the United States or will help Chinese startups move into the South Korean market.

The six-story eco-friendly incubator building of “TriBeluga Korea” was opened at Sinsa-dong Intersection of Seoul’s posh Sinsa-dong area Oct. 16, 2014.

The start-up support center with state-of-the- art equipment will be available for the South Korean startup companies to set up their office free of charge in the center after they are selected by TriBeluga according to the due procedure.

“TriBeluga Incubator” will offer overall business environment for the South Korean startups.

The South Korean firms will also be provided with opportunities to gain access to the global mentors for business consultation.

The services to be offered by “TriBeluga Incubator” include the development of the effective products, strategy for market access, and financial support.

Quite active and confident entrepreneur herself, Luo has been involved in various businesses in China and America for the last 10 years.

Born in Chengdu, provincial capital of Sichuan Province in Southwest China, Luo grew up in Hong Kong, Australia, and the United States. Her mother was a real estate tycoon.

Recently Luo set up “LCT,” a local Chinese public relations and event planning business.

During her speech at the press conference Luo displayed a special attachment to South Korea and its people.

Luo also said that she has a number of South Korean friends.

A pivotal member of “Operation Smile,” a worldwide charity organization for kids with harelip Luo helps the children for their medical surgery.

“TriBeluga’s vision is to improve social welfare through environment, health, and education,” Luo added in her speech.



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