Samsung NEXT Careers

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Samsung NEXT Careers
Careers - Samsung NEXT in the World
 TRANSFORMING THE FUTURE
Samsung NEXT in the World
TRANSFORMING THE FUTURE
Samsung NEXT is deeply rooted in startup ecosystems, partnering with innovators to realize its vision of inspiring the world and creating the future. This forward-thinking mentality means employees at Samsung NEXT have the opportunity to impact the future direction of an established global powerhouse.
Careers - What Samsung NEXT Does
 SAMSUNG NEXT 101
What Samsung NEXT Does
SAMSUNG NEXT 101
Samsung NEXT is a global team of entrepreneurs, engineers, investors, strategists, and business development leaders working together to empower entrepreneurs and startups around the world. Samsung NEXT provides tech innovators with capital, resources, expertise, and connections they need to build, grow, and scale products through Samsung’s unparalleled resources and global reach.
 
 
“At Samsung NEXT, we are trying to really create that next frontier of experiences, and as part of that we value builders—people who are excited to go create the new experiences, can think big, and are curious and hungry to try, fail, and iterate.”
-Travis
SVP of Product
 
“At Samsung NEXT, we are trying to really create that next frontier of experiences, and as part of that we value builders—people who are excited to go create the new experiences, can think big, and are curious and hungry to try, fail, and iterate.”
 
 
“NEXT is an agent of innovation—helping to foster the entrepreneurship culture inside of Samsung—and thus, encourages its team members to not only find breakout software and services companies of interest but also be well-studied on the implications of emerging technologies.”
-Antonio
Manager, Acquisitions Team
 
“NEXT is an agent of innovation—helping to foster the entrepreneurship culture inside of Samsung—and thus, encourages its team members to not only find breakout software and services companies of interest but also be well-studied on the implications of emerging technologies.”