Are You a Startup? Join TACC+'s Acceleration Program Worth $50,000 For Free!

Are You a Startup? Join TACC+'s Acceleration Program Worth $50,000 For Free!

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to join International Program for global startups and develop a tailor-made business expansion strategy to take Asian markets by storm!

Who can join: Startups specializing in AI | IoT | Health Care

Registration deadline: 18/04/2021 via  
Free Program Value: USD 50,000 per team, including in-person participation costs



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Join this one-of-a-kind program that provides mentorship for global startups interested in expanding to the Asian markets.
In only one month, you will enjoy unique opportunities to:

  1. engage with Taiwan enterprises
  2. access the supply chain ecosystem
  3. get a custom-made market- & business opportunity analysis
  4. network with the startup ecosystem, investors, and accelerators
  5. get assistance to accomplish the resource connection of Minimum Viable Product
  6. develop a personalized growth-focused T2B2C model in Asian markets with TACC+ business partners

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Why Taiwan?

Location: The geostrategic hub of Asia Pacific, interconnecting both Northeast- & Southeast Asia

Qualified Workforce: High-qualified tech design- & engineer personnel

Industry Resources & Workforce: 

  • The principal partner in the global ICT supply chain
  • Exceptional Semiconductor industry chain & advanced Pharma sector

Startup Market

  • The 4th best country for innovations classified by World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2019
  • The most complete startup ecosystem in Asia
  • High acceptance of new technology and products
  • Mature e-commerce, logistics, and payment system

IP Protection

  • Great attention paid to intellectual property rights
  • Relaxed regulations and taxes for startups

Who is TACC+?

a national-level accelerator initiated by the Small & Medium Enterprise Administration and the Ministry of Economic Affairs.

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