TAIPEI, Taiwan - Under initiative of Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) of Taiwan, Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA) organizes a delegation of startups for CES 2020 leaded by Deputy Minister Dr. Yu-Chin Hsu during Jan 7th to 10th (local time). With 82 startups who have been selected by Consumer Technology Association and venture capitals from Silicon Valley, TTA builds up a pavilion at Eureka Park and wins 13 Innovation Awards.
“This is the 3rd consecutive year for TTA attending the exhibition, and we just won 8 awards last year, “said Dr. Yu-Chin Hsu at the opening on Jan 7th.”The growth of the numbers of awards shows that Taiwan’s scientific and technological innovation power is internationally recognized. It is not only making Taiwan an iconic place for startups, but also highlighting the achievements and determination of TTA to support our teams.”
During the opening day, the MOST has interactions with officials from important startup nations. Deputy Minister Hsu had communication with Minister Graham Stuart from UK’s Ministry of Investment, and further made a consensus to enhance bilateral tech-startup cooperation. Moreover, the MOST delegation also visited Japan and French pavilions in CES, further interacting with Eiko Okuya, Vice President from JETRO and Bertrand Velon, Vice Director of Business France. On the other hand, TTA pavilion also draws CNBC, EETIMES, TWICE, and other global iconic media’s attentions to Taiwan’s entrepreneur policy and ecosystem.
The TTA delegation ranks the third-largest participating country in Eureka Park this year, second to France and South Korea, and let the world know Taiwan’s forward-looking technology with 3 major areas includes AI, intellectual technology and health care.
TAIPEI, Taiwan - In order to pave the way for Taiwan’s startups to enter international market, the Ministry of Science...