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Meet up with Asia Industry Leaders and Venture Partners

  • CIC Cambridge - Venture Cafe, 5th floor 1 Broadway Cambridge, MA 02142 (map)

On October 17th @ CIC, Ted Chang, the CTO of Quanta Computer, will share his perspectives on “Partner with Taiwan for Global Business.” Ryan Kuo, President of CDIB Capital Innovation Accelerator, will talk about “Asia Venture Capital Market and Startup Opportunity.” This event is co-organized by MIT Sloan School, MIT Industrial Liaison Program and Garage+, the most thriving zero-equity incubator in Asia.

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Why it Matters?

In 2016, venture capitalists and large corporations have invested approximately $57.9 billion in 3,803 startups. Asia is known for its emerging economy with more than 4.4 billion population. The number of Asian startups that have successfully raised funds has tripled and the amount of money invested has gone up five-fold in the last years. The speakers will elaborate more about the methodology and secret sauce of growth strategy for startups in Asia market!

Why Taiwan?

Taiwan has been the greatest supporter to global companies in semiconductor and ICT industries. With the supply chain support from Taiwan, Apple and Tesla could hold its excelsior. If you stand on the shoulders of giants then sky is the limit; and Taiwan is one of those shoulders for you to stand on if you wish to be extraordinary! The supply chain and ventures in Taiwan will always back you up!

What You’ll Take away?

The Fast-pass to access the most influential supporting network of world-class companies as Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google! Moreover, Startup Global Program of Garage+ will offer you a ticket to discover your business opportunities in Asia. Join us and involve advisors that can help you grow your startup in Asia!

【Discover Your Partners, Investors and Market within 10 days!】Networking Event

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