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Have a look on the latest Korean business opportunities in the health sector on the Enterprise Europe Network partnership platform

  • A Korean company developing a big data and artificial intelligence based non-invasive medical device for measuring blood glucose and blood pressure seeks foreign investors under financial agreement – complete profile
  • Looking for overseas partners for its In Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) medical device that can diagnose diabetic kidney disease in less than 30 seconds with a small amount of blood (6ul) under distribution services agreements – complete profile
  • A Korean company seeks global distributors or manufacturers for a low-temperature gas plasma sterilizer and plasma surface treatment solution with an innovative plasma technology – complete profile

Are you interested in one of these opportunities? Click on “request more information” in the profile or contact: Jean-Philippe Mergen –

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