Nota participated in the K-Launchpad program this October held in Berlin. This program, organized by Korea Investment Corporation(KIC), is focused on bringing Korean B2B startups and SMEs together with leading German corporations to develop business opportunities. Six domestic tech firms had the chance to have 1 on 1 meeting and workshops with global companies including Siemens Mobility and ZF Car e-Wallet during the program. Nota discussed issues of mutual concerns with Siemens Mobility and Daimler and is now discussing possibilities of further cooperation. Nota also established a new branch in Berlin, recruiting two passionate senior researchers to co-work with locally. Along with the program, Nota has opened up the overseas doors successfully.