The French pavilion was back at this year’s COMPUTEX Taipei! Organized by Business France, the pavilion under the banners of la French Tech and Choose France showcased 10 innovative companies with solutions covering key tech domains such as power supply and management, consumer electronics, human-machine interaction, and cybersecurity.
Flanders, the northern region of Belgium, is ranked as one of the most innovative environments in Europe. Its innovation-driven economy provides everything a company needs to grow sustainably, perfectly suited to serve as your gateway to international and technological growth.
Garage+ supports 37 tech startups selected from over 200 candidates hailing from 38 countries. They represent diverse fields, including 5G and IoT, AI and data, and smart devices, making them some of the most hotly anticipated new ventures of 2023. They have already attracted more than 210 one-on-one meetings with decisionmakers from 33 leading companies and VCs, including Wistron, Quanta, Delta, Advantech, MediaTek, Pegatron, and Logitech.
Taking advantage of the first fully in-person event since the COVID-19 pandemic, 400 teams from 22 countries packed InnoVEX 2023—over double last year’s 195—with exciting products, pitches, and presentations envisioning a more connected and sustainable world.
The InnoVEX exhibit for startups at COMPUTEX 2023 will be held at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall 2 from May 30 to June 2. As a global platform for startups, InnoVEX 2023 will integrate 5G, AIoT, healthcare technology, metaverse and XR, electric vehicles and smart mobility, green technology, and other innovative solutions. A total of 400 participating startup teams from 22 countries and 8 pavilion countries, including France, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Japan, Brazil, and Israel, will showcase diverse creativity.
The annual InnoVEX exhibit, organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and dedicated to start-ups since 2016, this year continues to offer entrepreneurs and the rising stars of tomorrow the space and stage to showcase their products and attract the attention of investors.
InnoVEX, the exhibit dedicated to startups at COMPUTEX, will be held physically on 4F, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 1, from May 24 to 27 and virtually on COMPUTEX DigitalGo (May 24 to June 6). InnoVEX 2022 attracts 195 startups from 14 countries to participate in, injecting robust and rich innovative energy to the technology ecosystem.
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.