388 Startups from 21 Countries Gather in Taipei for InnoVEX to Connect with Global Investors and Buyers


As one of the co-organizers of InnoVEX, Taipei Computer Association (TCA) is proud to announce that this year’s InnoVEX will host a total of 388 startups from 21 countries. Entering its third year, InnoVEX has become the most international startup platform in Taipei as 40% of the 2018 exhibitors are from overseas. The total number of exhibitors also grew by 40% from last year, over 100 more than last year’s number.

The exhibiting startups are coming from Taiwan, Canada, Singapore, Philippines, Japan, United States, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Poland, Spain, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Mexico, Sweden, Austria, Germany, and Saudi Arabia will attend InnoVEX 2018. The top 5 industries the startups will bring are: IoT, AI, Health & Biotech, AR/VR, and Big Data & Cloud Services.

InnoVEX official Sponsor: Pan German Motors Ltd. (BMW Taiwan Importer)

This year, we are honored to announce Pan German Motors Ltd. (BMW Taiwan Importer) as the InnoVEX official sponsor. Pan German Motors Ltd. will not only display the latest models to showcase its cutting-edge technology, but also invite a BMW expert to share insights into the future of mobility during IoV forum session. As the pioneer among the other luxury car brands, BMW believes the best way to predict future is to create it. Therefore, BMW always stays one step ahead and seeks innovative solutions for the issues of tomorrow.

InnoVEX 2018 to Include Pavilions Organized by Incubators, Accelerators, and Government

In addition to the exhibitions & forums, the PITCH contest with USD 350,000 prize pool, the pavilions are also part of the main highlights of InnoVEX. The principal pavilions are organized by:
- Taiwan Startup Springboard,
- Alibaba Taiwan Entrepreneurs Fund,
- Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA),
- XR-EXPRESS TW (National Development Council),
- Startup Exposition@ Startup Terrace,
- Taoyuan City Government (TYC),
- Global Startup Talents @ Taipei (GSTPE),
- Industrial Development Bureau IoT Integration Service Center (IDB IISC),
and many more including the 13 national pavilions from The Netherlands, France, EU, and other innovative countries.

The startups joining the pavilions are handpicked to make sure they are globally competitive with innovative products and solutions. For example: Umbo Computer Vision, an autonomous video security system; AirSig, a 3D gesture recognition expert; BRAXX Biotech, who developed the Precise Brachytherapy for esophageal cancer radiotherapy; USPACE, which provides integrated app controlled parking space management device;
And many more startups with their own unique solutions and products to answer the current and future needs of the market.