Google is launching its first Campus in Asia, after the search giant announced plans to bring the entrepreneur and startup-focused initiative to Seoul, South Korea. “Korean innovators and entrepreneurs are some of the best in Asia and Korean startups are making headlines around the world, especially in the mobile space,” said Google exec Bridgette Beam in a post on the company’s Asia Pacific blog. So what can those in Seoul expect from the Campus? The program — which has bases in London, Tel Aviv, and beyond — is designed to let the local startup ecosystem tap into the experience, resources and support…
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