Business France, the French international business development
agency, accelerates the growth of French companies in Taiwan (R.O.C.), through personalised services allowing entrepreneurs to
efficiently adjust and thrive in one of the most challenging markets in
Bpifrance is the French Public Bank providing loans, debt guarantee, investments and other financial services to French SMB.
The French Office in Taipei, among other state affairs, is in charge of scientific, technological and cultural relations and programs and is a great supporter of French Tech Taiwan.
Selected for their competence and their international experience,
the French Foreign Trade Advisors are appointed for three years through a prime
ministerial decree, on the recommendations of the Minister for Foreign Trade.
For more than 115 years, on a voluntary basis, they have been placing their
experience at the service of France's economic presence around the world. CCEF Taiwan chapter is fully supporting French Tech Taiwan.
The CCIFT belongs to the Global Network of French Chambers of Commerce
and Industry Overseas (CCI France Interna-tional) which represents 112
chambers in 82 countries and represents more than 32,000 companies. The
main purpose of the CCIFT is to develop relations between its members
and the Taiwanese businesses community, to facilitate support trade and
invest-ments between France and Taiwan, focu-sing on efficient
networking and a wide range of business services.
Founded in 1987, Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC) is
Taiwan's premier ICT industry research and consulting firm dedicated to
providing a broad range of research on global ICT industry covering
supply chain analyses, market trends, emerging technology and major
players' movement, as well as Taiwanese IT industry development. With a
research network spanning across Asia, MIC is ideally positioned to
provide the intelligence, insight, and unique perspective necessary for
our clients to make informed decisions.
TRIPLE, with access to superior manufacturing and administrative
capabilities, will match domestic and international startups
(“individual startups”) with design and marketing services and value
added product research capabilities of prototype partners to quickly and
effectively implement creative ideas.
DO!T Taiwan stands for “Delivering Open Innovations for Tomorrow”. It is a Technology-driven innovation facilitator in Asia, promote open software/hardware integrations and entrepreneurship among youth in an open innovation ecosystem, as well as assist enterprise or investors in finding potential investment targets and discovering external innovation opportunities.
Specialized on new technologies and Internet, BNext is a reference
magazine for the new generation of Taiwanese entrepreneurs. We published in April
2016 a special issue devoted to La French Tech (22 articles about France in 50 pages).
First private accelerator & incubator in
Asia, AppWorks was established in 2010 to first support the development of
Taiwanese (early stage) startups in the software development sector, and to
help them find their business model and target their market.
We are the leading crowdfunding consulting
agency in Asia. To date, Backer-Founder has carried out 52 projects in
domestic and overseas markets, raising over $10 million in 1 year since
its establishment in October 2014. Besides managing Taiwanese projects,
we also cooperate with international teams to bring projects to the vast
Founded by Epoch Foundation, a renowned non- profit organization based
in Taipei, Taiwan, Garage+ doesn’t just provide a space for incubation
but also fosters a thriving startup ecosystem supported by experienced
and successful entrepreneurs.
Startup Stadium (TSS) is a hub that coaches Taiwan startups to go
global and rock the world through intensive programs, strong leadership,
and a broad network of global partners. We
connect startups with top accelerators, conferences, business partners,
and tech companies to help with their global market expansion.
Innosquare is designed to be the best entrepreneurial environment, to bring commercial value to new products or services. We are an incubator, maker space and accelerator benefiting from to New Taipei City multiple industry resources.
We are an ambitious team dedicated to building an innovative ecosystem
that provides all the necessary resources for startups to succeed, from
workspace to hardware to market insights. With two locations in Taipei
City, FutureWard is a great place for both local and international teams
to call home.
Orange Fab Asia is a selective 12-week accelerator program. We’re designed to provide you guidance, support, and help ease your way into accessing one of the largest telecommunication companies in
the world. Orange has offices in Tokyo, Seoul and Taipei.
We are entrepreneurs who help entrepreneurs to accelerate their business and assist them in finding investments. We are a professionnal and dedicated team based in Tainan, Taiwan.
TXA(Tronxin Accelerator) is a spinoff from ITRI(Industrial Technology
Research Institute) since 2015. TXA's core team has nurtured over 300
startups over past 9 years. TXA's core business is helping
traditional business to upgrade, accelerating startups to grow,
stimulate venture investments, and promoting startups' products to
Fab labs are a global network of local labs, enabling invention by providing access to tools for digital fabrication. Fablabs Taipei, the first of its kind in Taiwan is based in Taipei Innovation Center.
TECHMOI is the expert in bridging Taiwanese and
global startups. We provide many services such has foreign market research, like Europe and France.
Established in 2009, UBIK is a specialised consulting firm providing a wide range of solutions to our companies in high-tech industry, ICT, medical imaging, aerospace, nanotechnology, etc. We work locally and
internationally for various industry sector companies, in B2B, C2C
(cluster-to-cluster)... business models.
In particular we support European clients to develop Asian markets and
enhance the collaboration in high-tech industry between Europe and
Start-up Hub is the first coworking space and fablab in Taoyuan. It’s supported
by Department of Youth Affair, Taoyuan City, and operated by Association of
Digital Culture Taiwan. TYC aims to build up the startup and maker community in
Taoyuan, by organizing startup and maker programs, networking events, as well
as consulting and resource matching services.
Founded in 1994, SOSV
currently manages an evergreen fund of $250 million, investing from $50,000 to
$5 million each year in over 130 companies. SOSV currently has 5 partners
running 6 global accelerator programs in the world, including MOX in Taipei for
the mobile application business.
iiiNNO is a startup platform focused in
accelerating go-to market process for both local and international startup with an outstanding professionnal network.
In 2015, R.O.C. Executive Yuan created a space in Jinhua Residence called
"Start-up Hub" which became the first one-stop service base for youth
entrepreneurship in Taiwan. It also introduced the O2O service mode
through the concept of "net integration". It has a focus on green and social enterprise projects.
Center of Industry
Accelerator and Patent Strategy of NCTU aims at accelerating Taiwan startups
growth and connecting to global resources. IAPS is devoted to build up a remarkable
entrepreneurial eco-system in Hsinchu and Taipei. IAPS is the first academic
based business accelerator in Taiwan and also ranked as Global Top 7 Accelerator
in 2015 by UBI Global.
We provide the latest information via our website
and organise exhibitions, lectures, conferences etc. in our venue, which serves
as the platform for creators and makers to transform their ideas into reality,
establish networks, and present their products. We have become the official
partner of French Tech Taiwan, Microsoft BizSpark, Girls in Tech (an
international non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting women’s
participation in IT industry), Business Next (Taiwan’s foremost information
portal on digital economy), PanSci (Taiwan’s largest popular science
community), and Taiwan Association for Virtual and Augmented Reality.