• Investor
  • Los Angeles , United States
http://www.strongvc.com | Verified


Short Description

Strong Ventures is a seed fund, based in California, supporting Korean-Global entrepreneurs.

Long Description

Strong Ventures is a seed fund, based in California, that finances, supports and mentors Korean-Global entrepreneurs, empowering them to build strong ventures and to break successfully into the global market. With proven experience as operators, executives and entrepreneurs, we provide hands-on assistance and guidance. On top of our financial investment, we aim to provide tangible value to our entrepreneurs, through network reach, strategic thinking and executional collaboration. And, as we engage together with others in our venture endeavors, we hope to make the entrepreneurial ecosystem, which we call home, a better, stronger and more vibrant place for all.



Featured Team

Name Title Contact
John Nahm Founder

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Kevin Park Founder

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Kihong Bae Founder

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Funding

| Total Funding Amount: $0

January 2015 | Venture

Investor Name Description Country
Kevin Park Taking the road less traveled - investor in early stage consumer companies. United States



Joint Investors


Portfolio Companies

Company Name Description Investment Date Total Funding Raised Country
ESES Global Running an accomodation reservation app April, 2015 South Korea
Shakr Democratizing video marketing for SMBs USD 22.2 million May, 2014 South Korea
brandboom A cloud-based sales tool November, 2012 United States
KOREABOO Providding recent Korean stream news October, 2014 United States
beSUCCESS Investment Intelligence for Private market data. August, 2016 South Korea
Flow State Media Innovative, Polished Casual Games for Web/Mobile USD 1.8 million October, 2014 United States
Tapas media Bite-sized mobile content platform USD 3.9 million August, 2013 United States
oneminute Connecting worlds with various views December, 2015 United States
SimiplySocial Social media management November, 2012 United States
Bookoob Online Library Platform April, 2015 South Korea