14 November 2017 / Taiwan (Republic of China)

       

Dutch Photonics mission

to Taiwan



EXPLORE THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR INNOVATION COOPERATIONS

 

INTEGRATED PHOTONICS - FIBER SENSING
November 12-17, 2017 | Taipei - Hsinchu

photonics matchmaking

Purpose of the Matchmaking and the Mission is pursuing opportunities for innovation cooperation between Taiwanese and Dutch organisations in the field of Integrated Photonics & Fibre Optic Sensing applications.

Matchmaking

A matchmaking is organised for Dutch delegates who have registered to attend the Dutch photonics mission to Taiwan and who wish to participate in the matchmaking event taking place on the afternoon of Tuesday 14th November as part of the mission.

Taiwan

Taiwanese photonic organisations who are interested in Dutch photonic partners are also invited to register for the matchmaking via this website.

Register

If you are a Dutch organisation and not yet registered for the Mission, please register first before 1 October at the RVO website then register for the Matchmaking on this website.

The Dutch Photonic mission to Taiwan 2017 is organised by The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) and the Netherlands Trade & Investment Office (NTIO). The Matchmaking is organised by RVO.nl and Taiwan Trade (TAITRA), partners of the Enterprise Europe Network.


What to Expect

Mission

The program consists of company visits, networking activities, workshops and matchmaking for 2 parallel missions with the focus on:

• Integrated Photonics and Technology Cooperation,

• Fiber Sensing and Applications.


Matchmaking

Enterprise Europe Network will organise the Matchmaking in Taiwan. The matchmaking event is a quick and easy way to meet potential cooperation partners in 20 minutes.


Join this mission

The matchmaking is free of charge. The costs for participation in the innovation mission are € 250 per person. This includes collective program, transfers to and from program items, lunch and dinner as mentioned in the program. Travel and accommodation costs (hotels and intercontinental flights) and all individual costs are at your own expense.


How the Matchmaking Works

1. Registration
During the registration you can indicate your availability for meetings.

2. Set up a profile
You create a profile that will be visible to other participants. Your profile should describe what you are looking for and can offer to potential partners 

3. Request meetings
On the 1st of September you can start to receive and send meetings requests to attendees you want to meet at the event.

4. Build connections
A few days prior to the event you will receive an e-mail with your meetings schedule showing who you will meet at what time.

Venue & Location Matchmaking

Get in Touch

201 Tun Hwa South Road
Section 2, Taipei, 10675, Taiwan

 www.shangri-la.com/taipei        

Contact

For further information about the Matchmaking and the Dutch mission please contact one of the organisers listed below:

Bryan Raghoe

Enterprise Europe Network (RVO.nl) 

Matchmaking

+3188 042 5229   

Wouter van Marle

Netherlands Trade & Investment Office

Mission

 + 886 28 758 72 23     

Eddy Schipper

Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl)

Mission

+31 6 52486333 

     

Winnie Huang

Enterprise Europe Network(TAITRA)

Matchmaking

   tingwei@taitra.org.tw       +886 2 2725 1532

       

Diederik v/d Toorn

Netherlands Trade & Investment Office

Mission

+886 28 758 72 26    

       

Kai Yang

Netherlands Trade & Investment Office

Mission

     +886 28 758 72 29


The Enterprise Europe Network, initiated and supported by the European Commission, consists of more than 600 business support organisations in 60 countries, providing services for local SMEs on competitiveness & innovation in Europe and beyond.



Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) encourages entrepreneurs in sustainable, agrarian, innovative and international business. It helps with grants, finding business partners, know-how and compliance with laws and regulations.
   



The Netherlands Trade and Investment office promotes and supports cooperation between Taiwanese and Dutch institutions and companies in the field of commerce, science, technology, culture, agriculture, as well as to provide a platform for strategic economic diplomacy.