With its focus on small businesses, the Internet Bank of Korea has attracted attention for its innovative business model.
The bank has launched a pilot project in Korea, offering Internet banking to small businesses and small startups.
The bank has partnered with companies like Facebook, and is planning to open an office in Seoul in the coming months.
“We’re looking for more startups, and the InternetBank of Korea is our first bank to partner with small and medium-sized businesses,” said CEO Joon Kim.
“The Internet Bank aims to help our small businesses to grow.”
Kim, who previously worked at Google and Facebook, started the Internetbank in 2014 after years of working with startups.
“I saw that there was a need for small banks to help small businesses grow, and I felt that the Internet was a good solution,” he said.
“In the beginning, it was very difficult for me to find a bank to invest in, so I asked a few small companies, ‘Why don’t you invest in your own bank?'”
Kim said the Internet bank is a “small-and-medium-sized” startup with a business model that focuses on small-to-medium businesses.
The internet bank is designed to allow users to transfer money between their bank accounts.
The first customers who sign up to the bank’s platform will receive an invitation to join, where they can pay for online shopping and other services through the Internet.
The Internetbank also has a mobile app, which can be used to pay for services like shipping, shipping materials, and insurance.
The mobile app allows users to manage their bank balance, as well as their bank’s mobile phone number and mobile number for phone calls.
“We’re focused on helping small and large businesses to make the most of their Internet banking opportunities,” Kim said.
The first internet banking project will be opened in Korea in the next few months, but the bank is also considering other countries, including Australia, the United Kingdom, and France.