Google’s first Asian Campus (and 3rd International campus after London and Tel Aviv) has been established at Seoul, South Korea.
On Friday (8-May-2015), President Park Geun Hye, who advocates creative economy, declared open the campus.
The campus is being established in upscale Gangnam district, a focal point of the Korean startup community.
Jeffrey Lim, head of the Seoul Campus said, “We feel we’re at a tipping point where Korean start-ups will begin going global.”
Google also plans to establish campuses in Warsaw and Sao Paulo in the near future.