Today, we are proud to announce that Fairy Devices is selected as one of participants to Startup Global Program in Taiwan, operated by a renowned global accelerator, Garage+.
During the program, Fairy Devices will have broad opportunities to develop a strategic partnership with largest Taiwan-based global companies in various industries and potential investors. Also, Fairy Devices will explore opportunities to expand Connected Worker Solution and Linklet businesses along with industry leaders worldwide through its online participation in COMPUTEX 2022, one of the largest computer and technology trade shows in the world.
To this 13th batch of Startup Global Program, 307 startups from 37 countries applied and only 19 startups from outside Taiwan were nominated. Garage+, the host of SGP, has received support from 30 major Taiwanese companies such as Chia Hsin Cement Group, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Delta Electronics Inc., Quanta Computer lnc., Wistron Corp., Cathay Bank, Taipei Fubon Commercial Bank Co., Ltd., and Shin Kong Group. Founded by Epoch Foundation, Garage+ is a global startup community that enriches broader startup and enterprise ecosystem.
Succeeding to the honor of three Innovation Awards at CES2022, Fairy Devices will continue building a robust foundation of global business and growing global presence.
About Epoch Foundation:
Jointly founded in 1991 by 20 major companies in Taiwan, Epoch Foundation has worked with the world’s best schools such as MIT and UC Berkeley for many years. In the past 30 years, it has served as a liaison office for promoting knowledge-based economy, while seeking niches to boost economic developments in Taiwan. In 2003, to cultivate startup talents, it initiated Epoch School and Young Entrepreneurs of the Future (ttps://school.epoch.org.tw). Linking up startup education with global resources, Epoch Foundation has thus trained talents needed by industries, and this has helped to instill new energy into society. Till today, Epoch Foundation continues to gather substantial resources for supporting startups in this way.
In 2008, the foundation started giving consultation to startups. In 2012, it began reaching out to the global community through Garage+ (www.grargeplus.asia), a startup incubator. Garage+ has since then received support from 30 major Taiwanese companies such as Chia Hsin Cement Group (Chi Hsin Chao Fu Cultural Foundation), Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Delta Electronics Inc., Quanta Computer lnc., Wistron Corp., Cathay Bank, Taipei Fubon Commercial Bank Co., Ltd., and Shin Kong Group. It encourages startups to promote innovative technologies, while inviting benchmark entrepreneurs, famous investors, and new-generation entrepreneurial talents to actively take part, in order to develop a global startup community that envisions “a beautiful life for all through innovations.”