At the recently concluded BIO 2019 International Convention, held in Philadelphia, president of BIO (Biotechnology Innovation Organization, the world’s largest biotech industry association) Jim Greenwood met with Johnsee Lee, chairman of the Taiwan Biotechnology Industry Organization (Taiwan BIO) and Wu Tsung-tsong, Minister without Portfolio, the Executive Yuan of Taiwan, to together announce the upcoming BIO Asia-Taiwan 2019 International Conference and Exhibition to be held in Taipei 24-28 July. The theme of this event will be ‘Biotech as the Next Growth Engine for Asia’.

A total of 64 projects and business leaders across 16 countries in Asia were selected as recipients of Asia Responsible Enterprise Awards (AREA) 2019, an increase of 19% from last year. Regarded as the top corporate social responsibility awards in Asia, this year’s ceremony was organized in Taipei, after being held in Macau, Singapore, Bangkok, and Manila previously.

A total of 64 projects and business leaders across 16 countries in Asia were selected as recipients of Asia Responsible Enterprise Awards (AREA) 2019, an increase of 19% from last year. Regarded as the top corporate social responsibility awards in Asia, this year’s ceremony was organized in Taipei, after being held in Macau, Singapore, Bangkok, and Manila previously.

A total of 64 projects and business leaders across 16 countries in Asia were selected as recipients of Asia Responsible Enterprise Awards (AREA) 2019, an increase of 19% from last year. Regarded as the top corporate social responsibility awards in Asia, this year’s ceremony was organized in Taipei, after being held in Macau, Singapore, Bangkok, and Manila previously.

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A total of 64 projects and business leaders across 16 countries in Asia were selected as recipients of Asia Responsible Enterprise Awards (AREA) 2019, an increase of 19% from last year. Regarded as the top corporate social responsibility awards in Asia, this year’s ceremony was organized in Taipei, after being held in Macau, Singapore, Bangkok, and Manila previously.

A total of 64 projects and business leaders across 16 countries in Asia were selected as recipients of Asia Responsible Enterprise Awards (AREA) 2019, an increase of 19% from last year. Regarded as the top corporate social responsibility awards in Asia, this year’s ceremony was organized in Taipei, after being held in Macau, Singapore, Bangkok, and Manila previously.

The 2019 InnoVEX took place at Taipei, Taiwan from 29th to 31st May 2019 organized by the Taipei Computer Association (TCA) and TAITRA. The event not only offered professionals from 25 countries / location an extravaganza of 467 international tech startups but also packed with pitch contests, matchmaking, demos and forums.

JustCo, one of Asia’s leading premium flexible workspace providers, has secured three new centres in the region, with a new market entry into Taipei. Located at the Xinyi, Songshan and Zhongshan financial districts, JustCo’s has expanded its portfolio to 32 centres across the region, making this its eighth city entered.

This event, the result of a partnership between these two organizations and held in Taiwan for the first time, is expected to attract more than 1,500 people from 25 countries. The exhibition meanwhile will increase in size from its previous rendition as part of the annual ‘BioTaiwan’ event, to become what is expected to be the largest biotech exhibition in Asia.

The major markets of Asia, America, Europe and the Middle East continue to boom. The construction industry is growing continuously, and the automotive industry regularly reports records in sales. Fastener production is one sector benefitting most, especially Taiwanese producers.

The Taiwan Comic Base, a Ministry of Culture-led initiative for nurturing the creation and applications of original Taiwanese comic content, officially opened its doors with the “TC 60 ― Finding Tracks” exhibition to celebrate 60 years of homegrown creativity.

From now till the end of January, OMAR Whisky impresses New York with 9 large magnificent window posters in the design of the oriental artistic ink wash paintings. A giant replica bottle of OMAR Single Malt Whisky was also exhibited in 23 Wall Street Building (or “The Corner”), Grand Central Terminal, the David H. Koch Plaza in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Times Square, declaring its official entry into the U.S. markets.

TTA will organize a national pavilion at Eureka Park, showcasing Taiwan’s deep tech capabilities to the world and create a stage for 8 innovation awards at CES 2019 to support Taiwan startups connect with the global ecosystem, resources and industries. TTA teams will work closely with Taiwan tech startup companies to achieve the global market and tech industrial at CES 2019 as well.

Taipei International Machine Tool Show, known as TIMTOS will open its grand doors March 4-9, 2019. Among the world’s largest machine tool trade shows, the show will cover four exhibition halls — TWTC Hall 1 and Hall 3, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 and Hall 2. Indeed, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 will officially open in March 2019, to accommodate more exhibitors.