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Bridge to MassChallenge Taiwan

MarchMar 222019

Bridge to MassChallenge Taiwan

Bridge to MassChallenge Taiwan (B2MC Taiwan) is an international startup competition that identifies and accelerates startups interested in leveraging Taiwan’s ICT and healthcare strengths, and connects those startups to the global market and MassChallenge’s global network.

The program is a collaboration between Boston-based accelerator MassChallenge and Taiwan’s leading startup incubators including ISI, DCB, and BE Capital, under support from Taiwan’s Small and Medium Enterprise Administration (SMEA), Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), to catalyze and support an Asian regional startup community in Taiwan.

What’s in it for startups?

Free startup bootcamps in Taiwan and Boston
Free 4-month acceleration residency in Taiwan
Free accommodation & co-working space in Taiwan
• Top 2 startups enter the fast-track to2019 MassChallenge Boston semi-finals
• Mentoring from top local & international experts• Access to Taiwanese ICT manufacturing andhealthcare / agri-food resources
• Support in scaling to global markets

Who can apply?

Startups in Asia and all over the world interested in leveraging Taiwan’s ICT manufacturing, healthcare, and agri- food strengths.

Get ready!

Applications open on February 11th, 2019. Deadline, March 22.

Check out facts about Taiwan & B2MC Taiwan timetable!


On Jan 21, 2019, Digital Transformation Association (DTA), B2MC Taiwan’s strategic partner in linking innovation to Taiwan’s industry, will host an international forum on innovation and startups.

The forum will invite Professor Scott Stern, the David Sarnoff Professor of Management of Technology & Professor, Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management, from MIT Sloan School of Management, a long-time collaborator of Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter, to share his insights on innovation and entrepreneurship, and the critical roles of stakeholders including entrepreneurs, corporates, risk ventures, universities, and governments, in forming strategies for the innovation system.

The forum will thus feature leading corporates including Microsoft, Xilinx, and Hao Shi Foundation to announce their open-innovation initiatives by working with start-ups to transform the future of healthcare and agri-food industries.

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March 22, 2019
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