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Jason Mishan

Founder of J. Newman Asia

Jason has a bachelor’s degree in business administration.

Specializing in corporate optimization and taxation. First weapon in the nation startup, and eventually living there.

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david kim

Working at the "Seoul Media Center" and in broadcasting the Korean economy, David graduated from Konkuk University.

He also worked in the US stock market with investors.
Over the years, David has gained extensive experience for stock exchange citizens.


The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.

The largest of the four Asian dragons in terms of economic weight, South Korea has experienced a spectacular phase of growth and integration into the modern global economy. In the 1960s, GDP per capita was comparable to that of the poorest countries in Africa and Asia.


According to the IMF, the country is ranked among the richest countries in the world. The world’s tenth-largest economy and the seventh-largest exporter, South Korea is a key market on the international scene, reflecting the global reputation of major South Korean groups (Samsung, Hyundai, LG or SK) and the cultural wave known as “hallyu”.

Its economy has also shown resilience in the context of the health crisis.

This economic dynamism is the result of South Korea’s efforts for more than fifty years to become a major economic and cultural power: constant investment in research and innovation, strategic positioning on industries (automobile, shipbuilding, chemicals, electronics) opening of the country’s trade.

Added to this, is a committed population and a successful education system.



Currently, Korea has 12 unicorns (to qualify as a unicorn, a private startup must have a valuation of more than a billion dollars). This put Seoul on the map as a global hotspot for startups.

Seoul is changing every day, with its economy and culture shifting towards new mixtures at full speed.

Speed is the word of the people of Seoul.
Urbanism, manufacturing, fashion, beauty, etc. in all aspects, it shows a phenomenal speed of development.
It can be attributed to the character of the Korean people, sensitive to the latest trends.
Thanks to this national character overflowing with curiosity, Seoul quickly created many things and developed at full speed.

Seoul will invest $1.7 billion until 2022 to become one of the top five technology start-up hubs in the world.

Now one of the 20 best startup ecosystems in the world, benefits from a government that has created a welcoming environment for new talent and businesses.

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