The Taipei International Food Show has attracted more than 62,000 visitors, setting yet another record in the four-day events that have ended like a carnival where people celebrate with a wide array of foods from all over the world and engage with rich business opportunities that happen throughout the show.
At a critical turning point where technology is rapidly developing, Tracy Tsai, research vice president of Gartner, began with stressing the importance of adapting to industry changes to stay relevant.
Twenty vigorously-selected startups from eight different countries are being showcased at COMPUTEX TAIPEI at Nangang Exhibition Center Booth N0106, aiming to reach out to a plethora of potential international partners and buyers, as well as seek out business opportunities with Taiwanese enterprises.
After a four-year absence, the VAIO notebook PCs return to Taiwan with the launch of two new versions targeting young consumers.
The COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2018 procurement meetings at TWTC Exhibition Hall 1 were packed and bustling with excitement on the first day of business matchmaking sessions. Some buyers were newcomers, and some were experienced old-timers, but their objectives were one and the same: to find the most suitable business partners while maintaining old relationships and creating new ones.
Through Amazon Global Selling, Taiwan sellers have direct access to more than 300 million active customer accounts worldwide
and over one million Amazon business buyers, providing the e-commerce giant with a compelling argument when approaching local businesses.
On the first day of the show, the COMPUTEX Forum featured talks centered on artificial intelligence (AI), with experts in the field sharing their insights. In his welcoming remarks, TAITRA President and CEO Walter M. S. Yeh described AI as the main driver of digital transformation, affecting business strategies and manufacturing techniques as well as creating opportunities and providing capacity to improve daily lives.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is poised to be the most disruptive class of technology over the next decade, set to help businesses survive and thrive in the digital economy.
COMPUTEX 2018, organized by TAITRA, Taiwan External Trade Development Council and TCA, Taipei Computer Association, concluded in great success today, as the five-day event attracted 42,284 international visitors from 168 countries, up almost 1% from last year.
COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2018, one of the world’s largest technology trade shows, opened on Tuesday with Vice President Chen Chien-jen vowing to inject funds to ensure Taiwan’s ICT industry stays abreast of the latest tech advancements globally.