Taipei, October 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — In partnership with GlobalTown Development and Lion Travel, Taipei Entrepreneurs Hub (TEH) held its second online pitch competition, “Ready, Set, Pitch! Net Zero to Hero ESG Challenge”. October 25thFive startup teams were selected as finalists. PeruHepta Protocol in the US, Rootie Robot in the US Israelfrom connected EduTech Japanand from TUBUDD VietnamThe 10 startups, along with 5 other startups selected in an inaugural pitch contest with Cathay Financial Holdings, will fly to: Taiwan attend the final demo day of November 18th and a series of events.
A total of 16 startup teams from 11 countries applied for the pitch contest. After careful consideration, all the judges – Jeff TsaiPresident and General Manager of GlobalTown Development, Eric ChuanConsultant of GlobalTown Development, Ryan ShenChief Investment Officer of Lion Travel, and Daniel Chenthe managing director of NextT Accelerator, has selected 13 teams to pitch in an online competition.
To wrap up the event, the judges emphasized the importance of explaining their market expansion plans during the pitch, encouraging teams to stay passionate and remember the purpose of launching the initiative. Highlights include:
Choose-Eat — A multi-personalized menu platform that offers new machine learning solutions. Taiwan.
The Hepta Protocol — a community built on blockchain, a place to engage with like-minded people and contribute in real, useful ways. Hepta aims to be the destination to support philanthropy on web3.
Rootie Robot — Develops proprietary advanced AI technology to reduce pollutant emissions associated with outdoor commercial area maintenance and property monitoring.
Tsunagaru Edutech — Its flagship product, Manabu, is an interactive corporate training platform that assesses employee performance through a quantifiable system and allows users to improve their skills through gaming experiences.
TUBUDD — Riding on the post-corona tourism trend, TUBUDD has developed a local buddy system. Future plans include classifying local buddies according to their areas of expertise and standardizing local buddies in training programs to provide tourists with a better travel experience.
The Economic Development Bureau of the Taipei City Government has launched the “International Startup Program” to support the upgrading of the city’s industries with vital technology and R&D energy, and to attract international startups for communication and cooperation with local enterprises. “Soft Landing Program” has been launched. “. TEH is a brand community service platform for the soft landing of startups. TaipeiIts main purpose is to promote of Taipei Provide a startup environment and resources to the global startup community, and strengthen connections between international startups and companies, investors, governments and other relevant organizations Taipei Explore potential collaboration opportunities.
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Source Taipei Entrepreneur Hub