4 Tips for Startups to Succeed in the SEA Markets

4 Tips for Startups to Succeed in the SEA Markets

Your startup is doing extremely well in Taiwan, so what’s the next step? Expanding to foreign countries may be a good option to consider. To further explore this topic and how to go about entering a new market, we have invited Benjamin Wu, one of our mentors and the co-founder of iChef (an all-in-one iPad-enabled POS service catered to restaurants), to share his experience in successfully expanding his startup into Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia

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Corporate Innovation: Lessons from Thailand PART 1

Corporate Innovation: Lessons from Thailand PART 1

Corporates and startups: enemies or friends? In this article we are diving into the Taiwan startup ecosystem and understanding how corporates are taking part in the scene. In the upcoming parts, we will take Thailand as an example, where corporates play a proactive role in leading the local ecosystem. Be sure to check out their various corporate innovation models via our blog posts!

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[Startup Sofa Vlog] Startup Communication and Coachability With Robert Neivert

[Startup Sofa Vlog] Startup Communication and Coachability With Robert Neivert

TSS: What are some recent trends in Silicon Valley that Taiwan startups should pay attention to?

Robert Neivert: I think there are lots of trends but I also I'm not really a big person because you should pursue what you're really good at, what you have skills for which you have competitive advantage for. It may not be the most popular thing but that's okay because you're good at that. That will allow you to exceed or succeed.

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[Startup Sofa Vlog] From IoT to IoE with Ville Mickelsson

[Startup Sofa Vlog] From IoT to IoE with Ville Mickelsson

TSS: Have businesses gotten better at learning the importance of IoT? How can startups better educate their clients about IoT?

Ville Mickelsson: I'd say that things have moved to a much better shape at the moment. A couple of years back I'd say that it was all the discussion and even when going to different events throughout the world, it was lots of discussion about technology and protocols and security and these kinds of invisible things, things that are not meaningful for the business people.

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TSS Company Culture: 5 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Us

TSS Company Culture: 5 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Us

When people visit TSS for the first time, it’s always clear that we are not what they were expecting. Whether it’s potential interns who show up in suits for interviews or members of the media worried that our office will be too boring on camera, the looks on their faces upon arrival are quite similar: surprised, curious, and perhaps a little confused. Here are some of the ways we tend to surprise people. 

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