In recent years, the government and Taiwanese companies have continued to promote the development of new startups, and have launched multi-faceted cooperation with Taiwanese startups to strengthen the link and resource integration of the startup ecosystem and help startups reach the next milestone. One of the most notable is the Audi Innovation Award (AIA) competition, which has been held for the second time, giving new teams the opportunity to set foot on the international stage. At the same time, Audi is also closely connected with other start-up communities in Taiwan. For example, this time, it co-sponsored HorusEye Tech, one of the AIA winning teams this year, with Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA), a technology start-up base in Taiwan, to visit Audi's German headquarters.
In the 2019 Meet Taipei Innovation and Entrepreneurship Carnival, the Intern Nanxuan, senior manager of public affairs at Audi Taiwan, said that Special Database Taiwanese startups generally have mature technical connotations, so the most urgently needed resource is to develop an international outlook. To prepare resources to play the International Cup competition. In this regard, Audi hopes to gain a specific insight into the needs of Taiwanese startup teams, and gradually formulate a more mature startup coaching mechanism to help startups implement more specific and in-depth cooperation projects.
Wan Zhian, the digital business commissioner of Audi Taiwan, also responded that Audi has a very open attitude towards innovation and encourages newcomers to join the Audi mobile industry ecosystem. At the same time, through the AIA platform, we can help new teams to strengthen their own advantages from many aspects, such as the "AIA Accelerated Feedback Workshop" held previously, which is to listen to the practical challenges faced by new companies in the process of starting a business; o