Naver to invest additional EUR 100 mln in European startups

Friday 20 October 2017 | 12:44 CET | News
South Korean internet company Naver has announced it will invest an additional EUR 100 million in European technology startups, Yonhap news agency reports. Back in September 2016, the company invested EUR 100 million in France-based 'K-Fund 1', which invests in European technology startups in the fields of artificial intelligence, big data and online services. With the additional investment, the French venture fund will double in size.

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