Big Bang Angels invested in 11 new locations in 2020, and successfully selected 4 TIPS
Big Bang Angels announced that it invested in a total of 11 startups in 2020, and 4 of them were selected for Tips. Big Bang Angels has been operating for three years since 2017, and last year, Promedius, Quantum Intelligence, Permit, and Toz were selected.
TIPS is a project that is being promoted to promote start-up of high-end technical manpower by selecting start-up teams using private competency and linking private investment with the government’s R&D support. The Tipps operator selects and incubates promising start-up teams with upfront investments of around 100 to 200 million won.
Big Bang Angels’ major investment fields are AI, bio and healthcare, smart agriculture, and service platforms. It invested in’Flask’, an AI-based motion capture company that belongs to the AI field invested last year, and’Toz’, a multilateral remote VR design review solution company. ‘Promedius’, a company that develops medical image reconstruction, diagnosis, and generation solutions in the bio and healthcare field,’Healthport’, a pharmacy-based digital healthcare service company,’Quantum Intelligence’, a quantum mechanics-based new drug development company, and its own peptide manufacturing technology Invested in’Wellpep’, a pharmaceutical and cosmetic peptide material development company. It has invested in’Permit’, a smart farm solution company in the field of smart agriculture. ‘The V Planet’, an automatic advertising video production platform company in the service platform field,’Dession’, a blockchain-based payment system solution company,’Bag’, a luxury fashion rental platform company, and’YJSV’ Invested in’Oper Mill’.
Big Bang Angels, a cross-border accelerator, has an investment portfolio to create synergies based on networks through interactions with other countries. Since its establishment in 2012, Big Bang Angels has attracted investments in more than 80 companies such as Lezhin Comics, Zipdaq, and Cremotech, and the total corporate value of the portfolio companies is over 400 billion won. These companies are growing toward a unicorn company by attracting cumulative investment of 100 billion won. It aims to discover 10 companies worth 100 billion won over the next 10 years. Last year, he produced Ommo Technologies (1st place) and Regulaxsis SAS (4th place) at the K-Startup Grand Challenge hosted by NIPA and Small and Medium Business Ventures. In addition, it produced 6 teams from the Top 30.
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