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InnoVEX is a feature exhibit of COMPUTEX TAIPEI, one of the global leading ICT, IoT & Startups trade shows. InnoVEX 2019 attracts 467 startups from 25 countries to display top innovations. A variety of activities including a series of forums, pitch contest, demos, matchmaking, networking and startup tour were held thoughout the 3-day event.

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No.5, Sec. 5, Xinyi Rd., Xinyi Dist., Taipei City 110

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2019 Jun 01

COMPUTEX 2019 Ended Successfully with the Largest Number of Visitors in History The Heat of Gaming Is Extended to the Battle of High-Performance Computing

Taipei, COMPUTEX 2019 closed today (June 1) with a huge success. In the last five days, 42,495 international buyers from 171 countries flooded into the show, a 0.5% growth from the previous year. The top 10 buyer countries are, namely, China, the US, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Germany, Malaysia, and India. Once again, COMPUTEX established the role of a leaning ICT tradeshow that connects businesses along industry supply chains and opens up infinite possibilities in the tech ecosystem. In addition, InnoVEX 2019 attracted 18,251 visitors in 3 days, a 3% from the previous year, showing significant startup dynamics. During the show, 76 heavyweight buyers from around the world participated in 470 sessions of one-on-one procurement meetings. Furthermore, InnoVEX invited 45 international venture capital firms, including Samsung NEXT, LINE, Delta, China Trust, and Israel's largest fundraising platform, OurCrowd, to match with 69 startups.Myriads of Gaming Devices Launched; New-Generation High-Performance Products GlowedWith the advancements and introduction of new AAA games based on generous production budgets and marketing cost, PC manufacturers are taking up challenges to break technological boundaries. The development of high-performance multitasking processors, graphics cards, memory, and high-end peripherals is indicating that these brands are catering to professional eSports players and enthusiastic gamers, meeting their demands and expectations for immersive gaming experiences.MSI’s flagship GT76 Titan gaming laptop showcased at COMPUTEX was armed with an Intel® Core™ i9 processor that can be overclocked to 5.0GHz across all 8 cores, while its extreme cooling capability handles the most extreme heat, granting the new GT Titan its overclocked desktop performance. ADATA showcased its XPG ORB that presents all XPG products and offers immersive experiences. ASRock introduced its Phantom Gaming motherboards while its premium Z390 Phantom Gaming X received the most attention at COMPUTEX for being the first motherboard in the world to support Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), providing improved thermal result and superior performance.Inspiring eSports Games Held for Charity on the International StageAs the first charity eSports event held at COMPUTEX, ZOTAC CUP Fight for Charity LOL Tournament ended today. A total Grand Finals prize pool of US$100,000 will go towards charities including Esports Foundation in the US, Gaming Aid in Germany and Make-A-Wish Foundation. ZOTAC successfully made positive impacts and give back for a good cause.G.Skill OC World Record Stage 2019 and OC World Cup 2019—organized by G.Skill and sponsored by Samsung and Intel—ended with championship taken by Alex@ro from Romania. The 8th G.Skill OC World Record Overclocking Competition invited 15 overclockers to represent the major e-sports vendors to demonstrate the powerful hardware performance on the spot. And in addition to the overclocking contest, G.Skill Extreme Mod Stage 2019, on the other hand, invited 10 teams of talented system mod builders to bring their creativity into full play at COMPUTEX and presented 11 of the world’s most creative and special system mods.Promising Startups From Around the World Gathered at InnoVEX, Pitch Competition Awards DeliveredAs a global indicator, InnoVEX is a platform that encourages startups to show their unlimited creativity and offers publicity opportunities. Every year at InnoVEX, a pitch competition is held. This year, the total award reached US$420,000. The grand prize worthy of US$30,000 was taken by MedFluid. Omni Eyes, Mind & Idea Fly, Onesoftdigm, MedFluid, and PurCity left with Startup Terrace Awards and US$ 60,000. MTAMTech was awarded US$10,000 by Taiwania Capital and Ganzin technology received US$10,000 award by Qualcomm.For the first time, a CEO Keynote was held with COMPUTEX pre-show International Press Conference with AMD President & CEO Dr. Lisa Su as the keynote speaker. Dr. Lisa Su addressed how the next-generation of computing will drive innovation. She also invited Microsoft, ASUS, Acer and close to 20 industry partners to present the computing industry ecosystem. Leonor Lin, TAITRA Executive Vice President said, “This year, we have seen various innovative applications driven by the advancements of AI, IoT, and 5G. The technologies to process a massive amount of data and high-performance computing will be one of the most important driving forces to sustain the growth of the tech industry in the future. COMPUTEX 2019 has fulfilled its promise to build global tech ecosystems. As the scope of exhibitions and the number of participants set new records, we expect COMPUTEX to keep leading technology businesses forward to build global technology ecosystems that bring prosperity to all.”

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2019 May 31

COMPUTEX Shows Innovative Smart Applications Across the World InnoVEX Launched In A New Site With Eye-Catching AI and XR

InnoVEX 2019 kicked off today at TWTC Hall 1 with a strong momentum. Startups from 25 countries showcased their world-leading innovative technologies and applications. At the opening ceremony, Premier Su Tseng-chang, Minister of Science and Technology Chen Liang-gee, and John Jorritsma, Mayor of Eindhoven, the Silicon Valley of the Netherlands opened the event with their presence and started the three-day startup activity.During Premier Su’s opening remark, he said,”InnoVEX demonstrates a variety of innovative technologies, including smart healthcare, green technology and AR, VR applications, and a complete tandem of Taiwan's upstream and downstream manufacturers to build a startup ecosystem.” Premier Su also thanked the Netherlands and France for their four consecutive years of participation. He was glad to see COMPUTEX and InnoVEX have turned into global platforms as a result of the joint efforts by the Taiwan government and the private sector. After the opening ceremony, Premier Su Tseng-chang, TAITRA Chairman James Huang, TCA Chairman Tung Tzu-hsien and distinguished guests from home and abroad visited SMEA, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan Tech Arena, Dutch Pavilion, France Pavilion and more.Synergy of Startup Momentum Across the World: The Netherlands Pavilion Presents The Largest Exhibit and France Shows Its Strong CompetenceEvery year, InnoVEX is a meetup for startups from around the world. This year, InnoVEX is relocated to TWTC Hall 1 for the first time to scale up with a record number of 467 global startups. In the 11 Country Pavilions at InnoVEX, Hong Kong, Brazil, Hungary, and Portland are first-timers. The Netherlands Trade and Investment Office led 12 startups to present their products and services in the Dutch Pavilion, making it the biggest Pavilion at InnoVEX 2019. At the Dutch Pavilion are all sorts of innovated business models and creative user experiences. The startups include Royal Blue & Orange Trading, a food and beverage platform integrating blockchain technology and Incooling, a chipset cooling system supplier.For four consecutive years,energysquare has participated in the France Pavilion, showing impressive wireless charger that can charge multiple devices with its unique conduction technology. French AI startup Quantmetry presents its outstanding data-processing technology and AI applications which can be used to determine if there is complication for breast cancer patients by assessing the swollenness of the arm.AI Is the Global Trend. Taiwan Startups Wowed EveryoneAs each individual startup is drawing attention, a trend can be observed—the application of AI across industries, which marks as the focus of innovative technologies around the world. OmniEyes, led by the Ministry of Science and Technology, uses AI technology to collect real-time streetscapes and convert them into location-based data for real-time street view search, real-world navigation, fleet management, smart logistics, dynamic maps and autonomous vehicle maps and so on.Founded in Tainan, Fun Lead Change Inc. features circular economy and launched its ECOCO Hub Console, a kiosk that can quickly identify recyclable materials including PET bottles, aluminum cans, and PP plastic cups and give users reward points. It encourages the general public to protect the environment. LEAPSY led by XR EXPRESS TAIWAN showcases the first and only AR eyeglasses that are embedded with natural gesture tracking technologies. The glasses integrate the latest thermal imaging, speech recognition and face recognition technologies. The advancements have received rapt attention from international venture capitalists.InnoVEX Gives New Possibilities to Small Countries; High Rewards Attract Global Startups to Pitch Their Ideas“InnoVEX is the largest platform connecting startups and investors in Asia. In the future, InnoVEX will scale up to turn Taiwan into a critical startup hub in the Asia-Pacific region,” announced TAITRA Chairman James Huang. The three-day InnoVEX is more than an exhibition for startups as it also hosts forums, startup competitions, startup tour and matchmaking events.The InnoVEX forum focuses on how startup hubs can give small countries new possibilities. OurCrowd, the largest VC firm in Israel, Wayra, the VC branch of the largest telecommunication service provider Telefónica, and 500 Startups, a renowned accelerator from Silicon Valley, are invited to share their experiences. The forum offers an excellent opportunity for participants to learn how to formulate new strategic models.The pitch contest offers US$420,000 for winners. An elite panel of judges is set up from selected VC firms. TAITRA will organize a startup tour to visit Garage+, China Development Financial Holding Corporation, TSMC Museum of Innovation and other signature businesses, VC firms and accelerators in Taiwan, to facilitate closer connections. InnoVEX 2019 builds a synergy of startup momentum across the world and a complete startup chain. Come to TWTC Hall 1 from May 29 to 31 to see and experience innovative ideas and cutting-edge technologies from around the world.

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2019 May 28

COMPUTEX 2019 Lifts Curtain Today Presenting Visions and Dynamic in the Global Tech Ecosystem

COMPUTEX 2019 kicked off today at TWTC Nanking Exhibition Hall 1. The opening ceremony was graced with the presence of Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen, Minister of Economics Affairs Shen Jong-chin, Taipei City Deputy Mayor Teng Chia-ji, Director General of the Bureau of Foreign Trade Yang Jen-ni, Director General of Small and Medium Enterprise Ho, Chin-Tsang, Deputy Director General of Industrial Development Bureau Yang Chih-Ching, Head of the Department of Academia-Industry Collaboration and Science Park Affairs, Chiu Chiu-Hui, AIT Chairman James Moriarty, Mayor of Eindhoven, the Netherlands, John Jorritsma, TAITRA Chairman James Huang, TCA Chairman Tung Tzu-hsien, and the Chairman of Taiwan Smart Textile Association Ray Lin.President Tsai Ing-wen said, "COMPUTEX is one of the most symbolic events in the global ICT industry. It has continued to lead in the technology transformation process for 39 years. The exhibition is like moving from science fiction to the real world and innovative applications that constantly challenge the limits of technology is also fully presented in the InnoVEX exhibit for startups realizing the infinite possibilities of technology. Taiwan's leading edge in technology, intellectual property rights and quality talent are integrated through comprehensive international tradeshow like COMPUTEX and media platform to reveal the high momentum of the technology ecosystem."“Digital waves have swept every economy in the world, driving digital transformation across industries and the improvement of competitiveness,” said TAITRA Chairman James Huang. “As the organizer of the world’s leading ICT event, TAITRA expects COMPUTEX to serve as a platform of digital portals that facilitate transformation and upgrades. By inviting experts from the different industries including finance, agriculture, and manufacturing to join the event, experience cutting-edge technologies, witness the smart future brought by technologies and search for digital transformation solutions in the five days, we aspire to see all digital dreams realized at COMPUTEX.”This year, COMPUTEX d&i awards received 222 applications, and the three Gold Awards and three Specialty Awards were presented by President of Taiwan Tsai-Ing-wen. Gold award honorees are Predator Thronos, Acer’s all-in-one gaming chair; AMD RadeonTM VII, the world’s first 7nm gaming GPU; ZenFone 6, ASUS innovative smartphone with a flip camera.Specialty Awards go to Acer, Augmented Intelligence, and BioPro Scientific. Acer Smart Parking Meter System integrates automated vehicle monitoring, license plate recognition, cloud management, and various payment processes. Augmented Intelligence takes medical education and doctor-patient relationship to a new level with its BodyMap. BioPro Scientific invented NewLive, an autopilot, brain recording/stimulation IoT device ideal for collecting disease-related big data automatically. President Tsai was impressed with and supportive of the combination of technology and innovation.Taiwan Minister of Economics Affairs Shen Jong-chin was given a tour after the opening ceremony and interacted directly with major brands at home and aboard including Microsoft, MSI, BenQ, MiTAC, ASUS, Thermaltake, Delta Electronics, and Garage+ an incubator funded by Epoch Foundation. BenQ led ten partners in its alliance to present its innovative and diversified AIoT smart solution. Delta Electronics Showcased its efficiency management capabilities with IoT-enabled intelligent energy solutions based on smart architecture and micro-grid infrastructure. ASUS introduced its ROG Phone, the best smartphone for gaming with epic performance, and redesigned experiences.COMPUTEX 2019 focuses on five themes, namely AI & IoT, 5G, Blockchain, Innovation & Startups, as well as Gaming & XR. A total of 1,685 exhibitors—a 10% growth from last year—gather in Taiwan to introduce their products and services in TWTC Hall 1, TICC, TWTC Nankang Exhibition Hall 1&2. It is noteworthy that the Nankang Exhibition Hall 2 is a brand-new venue recently inaugurated. COMPUTEX 2019 plans to map out the complete landscape of global technology development.The exhibitions are not the only reason to visit. COMPUTEX 2019 boasts several parallel events. The well-received COMPUTEX forum is held on the first two days with the theme of “Pervasive Intelligence.” On the third day is InnoVEX forum that shares with participants insights into global startup trends and Taiwan’s future. On the same day, Taipei 5G Summit offers a gold mine of business opportunities. For the first time, an esports charity event—ZOTAC CUP Fight for Charity LoL Tournament— is held at COMPUTEX. The final of G.SKILL OC World Cup is scheduled in the COMPUTEX week, and we will soon find out who the world champion is!COMPUTEX 2019 takes place from May 28 to June 1 whereas InnoVEX is from May 29 to 31. This is the event to update yourself with the latest information and build connections. Don’t miss it!

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2019 Speakers

James C. F. Huang

Chairman of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA)

James C. F. Huang

Chairman of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA)

James C. F. Huang is Chairman of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA). Prior to joining TAITRA, he was Director General of the New Southbound Policy Office at the Office of the President, Director of International Affairs for the Democratic Progressive Party, and Taiwan’s 18th Minister of Foreign Affairs. As a former entrepreneur and diplomat as well as having played instrumental roles in formulating the New Southbound Policy for President Tsai Ing-wen's administration, Chairman Huang is deeply experienced in both the private and public sectors. With a career spanning three decades dedicated to promoting Taiwan's economic development and international relations, he has worked to ensure businesses are supported in their efforts to expand to international markets. In his past roles, Chairman Huang has actively reached out to business communities, NGOs, civil societies, and youth groups, and has pushed for innovative and inclusive initiatives on city-to-city diplomacy. In the private sector, Chairman Huang has held senior consultant and management positions at Taiwan's leading technology companies. During his time in government, Chairman Huang served successive postings at the Foreign Ministry in Taipei, Taiwan’s Representative Office in Washington, D.C., the Mainland Affairs Council, and the President’s Office as Spokesman and Deputy Secretary General to the President.

Asher Yarden

Representative of Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei

Asher Yarden

Representative of Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei

Representative of Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei

John Jorritsma

Mayor of Eindhoven City and Chairman of Brainport Foundation

John Jorritsma

Mayor of Eindhoven City and Chairman of Brainport Foundation

John Jorritsma has a long international career being director of the Brabant Development Agency. He also held a number of advisory posts for innovation hubs and start-up incubators, often linked to economy, he was also a member of several Dutch supervisory boards. As Chairman of Brainport and Mayor of Eindhoven, he is engaged with multi-helix collaboration between company’s, knowledge institutions and governments. By for instance creating HighTech testbeds in the brainport region. He was and is actively committed to contribute to the international sustainable development goals (SDG’s) for instance on education, waste and good health in old age. In his role as chairman of the Netherlands international strategic board, he stimulates trade and innovation collaborations with international strategic counterparts like Taiwan.

Denes Ban

Managing Partner of OurCrowd

Denes Ban

Managing Partner of OurCrowd

Denes Ban is the Managing Partner of Israel’s leading venture capital fund, having raised over $1Billion for more than 170 portfolio companies and 10 funds since its launch in 2013. According to Bloomberg Business week “OurCrowd is hands down the most successful equity-crowdfunding platform in the world.” Denes is a serial entrepreneur turned serial investor. He has personally invested in over 50 companies and founded a number of start-ups in the past decade. His investments were sold to Uber, Snap, Samsung, Intel, Oracle and more. He also funded and sold an HR company and co-founded PocketGuide, one of the world’s leading travel apps. Denes has been lecturing at Harvard, Kellogg, INSEAD and CKGSB and dedicated more than ten years to fostering growth, training and shaping corporate strategy for companies around the globe, improving the profitability of over 100 companies and training thousands of CEOs and entrepreneurs around the world. As a respected community leader, Denes is closely involved with a number of philanthropic organizations and on Saturday nights you can find him playing blues and jazz with his band.

Ravi Belani

Co-founder and Managing Director of Alchemist

Ravi Belani

Co-founder and Managing Director of Alchemist

Ravi Belani is co-founder and Managing Director of Alchemist. He also teaches entrepreneurship at Stanford. He led the investment team at Draper Fisher Jurvetson’s and worked as a consultant at McKinsey. BS & MS from Stanford Univ., and MBA form Harvard Business School.

Javier Shocron

Tech Manager (Technologist in residence), Maverick Ventures Israel

Javier Shocron

Tech Manager (Technologist in residence), Maverick Ventures Israel

avier served as an officer in an elite unit in the Intelligence Corps of the IDF in several management positions for over 7 years. His main focus was on Information Technologies. After his military career, he managed a major IT project delivered to the Colombian government. He also worked at Intel, Supercom and for the Israeli Prime Minister’s office. Javier holds a B.Sc in Industrial Engineering and Management from Ben Gurion University and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Haifa with a M.A. in European Studies.

Andrés Saborido

Director of Wayra Spain

Andrés Saborido

Director of Wayra Spain

Mr. Andrés Saborido leads Wayra in Spain, with +500 invested startups worldwide. He has developed businesses between tech-startups and big corporations for the last 8 years. Highly experienced in Open Innovation and passionate about startups and entrepreneurship, Mr. Andrés Saborido fostered seed investment ecosystems in Latam and Europe.

Edouard Plus

Managing Director at Le Swave of Paris&Co

Edouard Plus

Managing Director at Le Swave of Paris&Co

Leader of the "le Swave", largest FinTech incubator in France. In charge of coordination of public and private stakeholders, development of sustainable business model, team management and project leadership

Rutger de Graaf

Director Netherlands Point of Entry at Netherlands Entreprise Agency

Rutger de Graaf

Director Netherlands Point of Entry at Netherlands Entreprise Agency

Rutger de Graaf is working closely with the Dutch ecosystem to open the doors for ambitious startup founders, entrepreneurs and foreign investors. He is highly skilled in Economics, Analysis, International Relations, Research, and Market Analysis. Currently, he is Director Netherlands Point of Entry at Netherlands Entreprise Agency where he advises on residence permits for startups (the Startup Visa), foreign investors, ambitious entrepreneurs & knowledge workers. The agency stimulates entrepreneurs in sustainable, agricultural, innovative and international business and aims to improve opportunities for entrepreneurs, strengthens their position and helps them realise their international ambitions with funding, networking, know-how and compliance with laws and regulations. Prior to this, he was Senior Economic & Commercial Officer at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Amit Pradhan

President of Silicon Valley Blockchain Society

Amit Pradhan

President of Silicon Valley Blockchain Society

A seasoned startup founder, investor and speaker, and spend his time creating, evangelizing and investing in the future of responsible AI and decentralization. A 19-year veteran of Silicon Valley, he has built deep-tech startups with multi-million-dollar revenue streams and focus on technology, startups and systems that have a positive impact on the humans they serve. He is the co-founder & President of the Silicon Valley Blockchain Society, a network of some of the largest Investors, Thinkers, Practitioners and Creators, with Chapters around the globe – with a core mission to ‘Fund the Revolution’ and bring with it a thoughtful and responsible approach to the impact, value and culture in the Decentralized Ecosystem.

Jackey Wang

Venture Partner of 500 Startups

Jackey Wang

Venture Partner of 500 Startups

Jackey is an entrepreneur at heart and is passionate about making positive changes. After graduating from UC Berkeley Engineering, Jackey worked at Atmel and Microsoft in marketing and supply chain management, and founded several startups. She founded companies that tackled tough problems faced by our society – including modernizing hospital care and programming education. She launched Tickle app, the first programming platform for IoT that has inspired and empowered millions of young minds to program the real world. On the VC/accelerator side, Jackey co-founded the largest and the most successful accelerator in Taiwan – AppWorks, showing her aspiration to develop a better startup ecosystem. Her diverse professional and startup experience helps her connect with entrepreneurs, because she understands the challenges founders face and can help them along the way. Besides work, Jackey is into other adventurous experiences, too – from sky diving to rock climbing, snowboarding to triathlon. She has traveled and backpacked to more than 60 countries and hoped to visit every corner of the world.

Andreas Ehn

Co-founder of Approach (Former Spotify CTO)

Andreas Ehn

Co-founder of Approach (Former Spotify CTO)

Andreas is an angel investor and technology advisor with background funding and working for startups in Stockholm and San Francisco. Andreas was the first employee and chief technology officer (CTO) at Spotify, a music streaming service, where he brought together the world-class tech team to architect and built the platform and product. Subsequently, he co-founded Wrapp, a targeted customer acquisition platform for bricks-and-mortar retailers. Currently based in Singapore, he is a venture partner with Antler, a startup generator operating on four continents.

Craig William Harding

Angel Investor of Band of Angels & Life Science Angels(USA)

Craig William Harding

Angel Investor of Band of Angels & Life Science Angels(USA)

Specialties: in-house legal work, corporate, financings, stock option admin, intellectual property,HR, sales and marketing

Tilo Bonow

Founder and CEO of Piabo

Tilo Bonow

Founder and CEO of Piabo

Tilo Bonow is Founder and CEO of Berlin-based PIABO, premier business performance amplifier and premium brand public relations agency for the international digital industry. He is a platinum-level influencer, networker and driver of success for entrepreneurs in global arenas. His business value creation services diligently mix market savvy, resources and relationships to optimally position his clients on the international stage. Before founding PIABO, Tilo worked as Global Head of Communications alongside Europe’s quintessential digital entrepreneurs, the Samwer brothers. He established PIABO to provide tech entrepreneurs with the dynamics to bring their ideas to market and subsequently grew PIABO’s core business to support entrepreneurs and businesses to actively recognize potentials, identify and achieve growth targets, and ultimately own the market. Marketing Expert Bonow is both truffle pig and investor: he and his team have chronicled a successful track record of exponential growth scenarios marked by successful and sustainable entry and exit strategies. Clients include European and international tech heavyweights, like WeWork, Tinder, Evernote, Yelp, Google, Nokia and GitHub. Tilo Bonow is also a passionate and active supporter of the digital ecosystem as mentor for Axel Springer Plug & Play, Microsoft Ventures and IMB amongst others. In addition he is a dedicated jury member, panelist and moderator at numerous conferences and events, including DLD, Noah, Mobile World Congress, European Venture Summit, Rise conference, Dublin Tech Summit and Pioneers Festival.

Hazumu Yamazaki

Co-founder and CSO of Empath

Hazumu Yamazaki

Co-founder and CSO of Empath

Hazumu is Co-founder and CSO of Empath Inc., developing Emotion AI Empath, which can identify emotion from the voice in real-time regardless of the language. He won Pitch Your Startup at ICT Spring 2018 (Luxembourg), 1776 Challenge Cup Tokyo 2017 (Japan), and Accenture Innovation Award at GITEX 2017 (UAE).

Daniel Profendiner

CTO and Co-founder of Holoride

Daniel Profendiner

CTO and Co-founder of Holoride

Daniel has in-depth experience with 9 years of working in programming and concept development. He has focused on piloted driving and virtual reality technologies, and has developed algorithms for self-driving cars. Before working with holoride, he worked at Audi Electronics Ventures GmbH as lead engineer of immersive in-car technologies. Daniel is a software engineer and data scientist at heart. He is a passionate, hands-on innovator, and loves building products.

Jerry Chen

Investor of Mucker Capital

Jerry Chen

Investor of Mucker Capital

Jerry invests in early-stage startups. Prior to venture capital in US, he worked in global strategy, marketing and consulting with Fortune 500 companies in Europe and Asia, such as Bayer and McKinsey, then had experience building up his own digital health startup. Having MBA, biotech, and engineering in education, he is happy to contribute his multidisciplinary and multicultural experiences to help companies grow.

Gaspar Lin

GM of Tuple taiwan Technologies

Gaspar Lin

GM of Tuple taiwan Technologies

Always happy to network with people and speak with Fintech projects that make sense and looking to go to the global stage. Please be in touch and love to share more on what we can do. Cheers! 1.Business Development 2. consultant of Industry 3. Relationship maintenance 4. network with Business association

Venue

Taipei World Trade Center, Exhibition Hall 1 No.5, Sec. 5, Xinyi Rd., Xinyi Dist., Taipei City 110

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