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COMPUTEX Invites Startups to its InnoVEX Startup Exhibit

Published: Mar 24,2017

TAIPEI, Taiwan - COMPUTEX TAIPEI invites startups to exhibit and network with international VCs and crowdfunding, potential technology partners and buyers, and startup accelerators at its InnoVEX startup exhibit. InnoVEX will be held from May 30th to June 1st, for three days during COMPUTEX.

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In 2016, InnoVEX hosted 217 startups from 22 countries with 240 booths, and featured 25 companies with global recognition for winning pitch awards. COMPUTEX 2016 hosted 1,602 exhibitors from 30 countries and attracted over 160,000 visitors from 178 countries.

InnoVEX startup exhibitors this year will have access to a similar network of potential partners, buyers and investors, in one location with complete ICT, IoT and startup ecosystems. In 2017, COMPUTEX will host 1,600 companies with 5,010 booths while InnoVEX will host 230 global startups from 20 countries such as the USA, Germany, France, Sweden, Korea, Japan and others.

InnoVEX will showcase startups founded after 2012. It will feature exhibits, forums, demos, matchmaking, pitch contests with a winning prize of $30,000 USD, and networking events to maximize innovative, technological, and investment exchanges to help startups succeed. Forum topics include artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, IoT, startup ecosystems, digital economy, and technology policies. Startups, incubation centers or startup associations focusing on ICT or IoT products or services are eligible to exhibit individually or as a group at InnoVEX.

“InnoVEX provides an ideal opportunity for startups seeking strategic partners across the entire ICT, IoT and startup supply chains to further commercialize their innovative ideas,” said Walter Yeh, president and CEO of COMPUTEX organizer TAITRA, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council. “COMPUTEX has a 37-year history of promoting global entrepreneurship, innovation, technology and strategic partnerships.”

COMPUTEX organizer TAITRA collaborates with startup accelerators worldwide. For example, in the United States, TAITRA will invite the winner of the 2017 AlphaLab Gear National Hardware Cup to attend InnoVEX.

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