Wormhole received a Minister Prize in the software category for the months of January and February at the 2019 K-ICT New Software Awards held on February 18th at the Ministry of Science and ICT in Gwacheon.
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C2Monster participated at the 2018 Korea-India Smart Content Roadshow in Bengaluru from July 9 to 14. This roadshow was joined by the Korean Ministry of Science and ICT and the Korea Mobile Internet Business Association (MOIBA), together with India’s governments, businesses, and investors. The host city of Bengaluru is known as the Silicon Valley of India, as global leaders such as Microsoft, Google, Samsung, and Adobe have established offices here for the purpose of targeting Indian, Middle Eastern, and Southwest Asian markets.
C2Monster took part in the show to promote its content and products to tech and ICT companies, explore demands from local companies through business matching, and develop new partnerships.
During the conference and business matching session held in the Sheraton Hotel Bengaluru, C2Monster introduced Wormhole, a content production and pipeline management tool; 3D Storyboard, an iOS-based 3D storyboard production tool; 3D Data Converting Tool, a tool which allows easy management, conversion, and viewing of 3D data on the web through web_gl; and Younger Travel, a game designed to help prevent dementia.
At the Korea-India Cooperative Conference, leaders—including MOIBA Vice President, Samsung India’s CTO, and InMobi’s co-founder— provided a forecast and elaborated on global ICT market trends, and offered insight into India’s mobile content market demand and potential opportunities.
C2Monster representatives also visited Infosys, the second largest IT company in India, and K-Start, one of the biggest investors in India, to gain new perspectives and information about the Indian market.
This event was a great opportunity for C2Monster to gain an understanding of the growth and demand forecast of India, a quickly growing new market, as well as to provide details regarding the company’s own business plans.