For busy startup founders, here are 5 great ways you can keep up to date on the latest startup industry news and advice just by checking your inbox.Read More
As a manager, entrepreneur, and investor in the internet and telecom industries, Max Huang knows how tough it can be for Taiwanese startups to break into the global market. Here's his advice.Read More
With their combined expertise in cybersecurity and business, brothers Wayne and Matt Huang proved that a Taiwan startup could succeed in building enterprise software for overseas markets and demonstrated that the "Made in Taiwan" label could proudly be applied to more than just hardware technology.Read More
To Vpon’s CEO, it’s up to these experienced entrepreneurs to engage and commit to growing the ecosystem. “If our current generation does not build the framework for future startups, what will happen to the next generation of entrepreneurs?” Wu ponders.Read More
Following his initiation into the field, it did not take long for entrepreneur Steven Ho to become one of the authoritative figures of Taiwan e-commerce, when he sold not one but two companies to international conglomerates, namely eBay and Yahoo! Inc.Read More
In many ways, Wretch Chien epitomizes the young startup founder of the sort made famous by geeky young entrepreneurs like Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. An engineer by trade, he built a product he thought his friends and classmates could use, then recruited those classmates to help turn it into a viable business. In the process, he got a crash course in all the essentials of startup entrepreneurship, including management, finance, and legal lingo, before eventually seeing his company get acquired by one of the biggest names in tech: Yahoo! Inc.
From founding to acquisition, Wretch's story may perhaps sound fairly typical in the startup world. But what makes his story unique is that it didn't unfold in the era of Facebook, Uber, the Apple Watch, and Product Hunt. Instead, it began more than a decade and a half ago, in 1999.