Business Model

DAYLI Partners D'LABS program

DAYLI Partners
D'LABS program

As a TIPS Partner, DAYLI Partners currently operates the D’LABS accelerator program in collaboration with
the Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital,
Gyeonggi Business & Science Accelerator, and CHC Lab. Through the D’LABS program,
DAYLI Partners seeks to discover the most talented entrepreneurs in the bio industry and provide seed investment,
consulting, mentoring, and value adding activities. DAYLI Partners plans to
actively support promising bio-ventures selected through the D’LABS program.

Bio/Healthcare TIPS Program D’LABS
  • An unrivaled step-by-step program geared towards biotech companies in the early stage where there is a strong need for seed capital
  • Startup incubation and support through the TIPS program for 2-3 companies selected each year
  • A "Value-Up Mentoring" system where selected companies can freely seek advice from the DAYLI's mentor network
R&D and Clinical Trial Patent, IP Protection Mentoring Program Business Consulting

R&D 및 임상
기술사업화 & 경영자문

Apply for
DAYLI Partners' Ambition-Driven Program
Selected companies will be joining a one-year program that includes seed funding,
opportunities to apply for the TIPS program application, and support for overseas expansion

Education and other support
Market We provide market insight from the global bio-healthcare industry to seek potential applications to future R&D
R&D and Clinical Trials We provide support in R&D processes with our infrastructure tailored to the needs of each company
Patent and IP Protection Legal, accounting, and patent support from in-house specialists
Value-up Mentoring Mentoring programs with mentors ranging from in-house bio-healthcare specialists to professionals from collaborating institutes
Technology Commercialization
and Business Consulting
Partnering with manufacturers for prototype production
Networking with marketing partners
Overseas Expansion
Support for Overseas Expansion Support for overseas expansion with collaborating institutes