Taiwanese tech startups
News coverage of Taiwan’s tech startups in November 2021 touched on subjects including: the Meet Taipei startup festival, and opportunities for Taiwan’s startups in Japan; influencer marketing with Taiwan’s CreatorDB; Taipei City Government’s proposed startup investment fund; and more.
- Taiwan: FunNow raises $15M with app-based instant bookings across rapidly-growing number of categories rather than one focus industry
- A look at the recent Taipei Entrepreneurs Hub Demo Day event and the 15 global startups that presented
- Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co to set up new chip factory in city of Kaohsiung in bid to boost production amid global chip shortage
- Taiwan: Blocto NFT and cryptocurrency wallet backed by Mark Cuban, building on recent launch BloctoBay NFT marketplace
- Taiwan: A look at the winning startups of the recent X-PITCH 2021 event, via e27
- Taiwan: A brief look at day 2 of the recent 2021 US Taiwan High-Tech Forum, touching on blockchain’s many use cases
- ICYMI: Meet Taipei Startup Festival three-day event on now, featuring 426 startup booths alongside 56 startups from 18 countries joining remotely
- Taiwan Creative Content Fest concludes with over 30K attendees, over 20K live-stream viewers, and an estimated $36M in deals sealed across 5-day event
- An intro to Taiwan’s CreatorDB, simplifying influencer marketing for SMBs
- Taiwan’s DeCloak and TuringCert take 2nd and 3rd place wins in Draper Accelerator’s Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship Program Demo Day
- Taiwan and supply chains: “Taiwan stands to benefit, but it needs policy changes and technology investments first.”
- Taiwan: Taipei City Gov’t to establish angel investment fund of near $72M to be used over 5 years to boost innovative industries and firms
- Taiwan’s Gogoro joins Indonesia’s Gojek ride-hail giant for pilot program, aiming to add 5K electric scooters and hundreds of battery swap stations
- Video: Japan Market Entry Panel Discussion from Taiwan’s recent 2021 Meet Taipei startup-focused festival – 2 hours of information and discussion
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