Incheon boasts 5 startups in our sample database which represents about 1% of South Korea’s sampled startups. Incheon is the 4th best startup ecosystem in South Korea.
In 2022, the startup scene of Incheon shows much promise after advancing in the Global Ecosystem Index by 46 spots.
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Incheon is ranked within the top 1000 startup ecosystems globally.
Incheon’s startups excel particularly in Health where it ranks 382 and in Health, and Education. Find out more
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On our map, you can explore a total of 2 startups for Health.
Incheon boasts 2 startups in Health on our map.
Our database contains 1 startup for this industry.
Within Incheon there is an increased attraction for entrepreneurs to set up their startups in industries such as Health, Health, Education. These three industries account for all startups represented on Incheon's Startup Ecosystem Map.
Incheon is South Korea's 4th best startup ecosystem and is ranked 57th in East Asia. With a population of 5M - 10M people, Incheon is ranked th in the world. The city boasts some notable startup success stories including Samsung Bioepis.
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