COMPUTEX 2021 Virtual will be launched from May 31 to June 30. The organizer, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), will roll out the #COMPUTEXVirtual platform to connect the technology community that breaks geographic limitations. COMPUTEX 2021 Virtual will offer an exceptional exhibition experience to attendees with the following highlights.
Exploring the possibility of establishing both lucrative and reliable relationships, international and local investors, accelerators and incubators met through one-on-one meetings set up on Thursday for global innovative startups at InnoVEX 2019.
After a digital video and dance performance from SR Productions, COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2019 opened on Tuesday with President Tsai Ing-wen praising Taiwan’s ICT industry, noting that the industry totalled US$157 billion in exports per year and served as the engine of Taiwan’s economic growth and a key part of the global supply chain.
Sweden is the birthplace of a long line of successful tech companies with global reach, and it also has one of Europe’s most active startup ecosystems.
Hong Kong Cyberport aspires to be the hub for developing digital technology as a key economic driver of Hong Kong.
Seven is a magic number; the composition of this year’s French delegation is seriously impressive. All of them have already stolen the show in major tech events around the world.
InnoVEX 2019 centers the spotlight on the complete industry chain, diverse tech applications and polished, commercial-ready products.
Before orange caps were thrown into the air at the “Holland Startup Lounge” at InnoVEX 2018 to close the very first media pitch competition in Taiwan, 17 startups from the Netherlands showed their best in front of a jury consisting of international media to compete for a free booth to exhibit in the coming year.
COMPUTEX 2019 officially kicks off on Tuesday with focuses on AI & IoT, 5G, Blockchain, Innovations & Startups, and Gaming & XR. A total of 1,685 exhibitors will showcase their technologies in 5,508 booths, which is a near 10% growth from last year.
Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) announced today that this year’s InnoVEX, the startup platform of COMPUTEX, will feature a record high of 467 startups from 24 countries, a growth of 20% from last year.