Foreign Startups’ advice to Taiwan’s Entrepreneurs: Embrace Failure

  “Taiwan has plenty of R&D talent, and its startup environment is healthy, so we decided to stay in Taiwan.” James O’Claire, COO of Bubbleye, came to Taiwan last year to attend an 8-week program by MOX, a mobile-only accelerator. During the intensive mobile development program held in the space of Taiwan Startup Stadium (TSS), Read More …

Taiwan’s First Unicorn Startup Is Almost Here?

Columnist: Paolo Lising Paolo’s Beyonder Story As the government and the private sector continue to pour in support to Taiwan’s growing startup community, the island may have already conceived its first unicorn. However, there are still some nurturing and push that are needed to finally give it a birth. It also needs an environment that Read More …

Slush CSO Sees Taiwan’s Startup Environment: It’s Time for Youths to Take the Lead

October 7th, MOSA held the first Taiwan-based international startup event organized by entrepreneurs. The event ended with exciting music and enthusiastic applause. Backstage, a young foreign guy was high-fiving and hugging the conference staff. This was Martin Talvari, the CSO of the world-famous Finnish startup community, Slush. His story, however, is not only about Slush. Read More …

Filipino Entrepreneur in Taiwan Aims to Connect Global Startups

  Before moving to Taiwan, Paolo Lising was an award-winning journalist in the Philippines, working for major financial media such as Financial Times and Business Worlds. After receiving his Master’s degree in Business Administration from National Taiwan University(NTU), he started his first business “MillionDC.com,” which was soon named one of the Top 100 startups in Asia. What made Read More …