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2012 ITRI-SPRIE Forum
Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Smart Green Cities
November 15th, 2012
Section III, B2 Howard Ballroom, Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei
No. 160, Section 3, Ren-Ai Road, Taipei City
Densely populated cities are going to be the largest market for diversified innovative technology applications. In order to enhance productivity and improve economic development, emerging countries have been raising their urbanization ratio, while developed countries push for urban renewal and re-development. Technology applications are used to foster the development of smart cities and knowledge-based industries. With its globally competitive ICT industry, Taiwan should utilize this opportunity, and allow smart city establishments domestic and abroad to become a strategic platform for the long-term deployment and transformation of its ICT-related industries. Besides, smart green cities have to establish necessary mechanism, environment and policies that would accelerate the development, application and commercialization of technologies, so that emerging industries could be developed through integrated skills, technology and funding enhanced by the public-private partnership platform.
This international forum was sponsored by Department of Industrial Technology (DOIT) of Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), and co-hosted by Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE) of Stanford University and Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Representatives from domestic and international think tanks and academia are invited to participate, and discuss how to establish the entrepreneurial eco-system, and foster application and commercialization of emerging technologies in smart green cities.
- How do entrepreneurs participate in the development of smart green industries?
- How do we establish the environment for commercialization of emerging technologies based on public-private partnership?
- Joint creation of smart green cities and structure of industrial development based on cross-strait cooperation.
- Representatives from domestic and international academia and research institutes.
- Representatives from domestic industries, venture capital, and non-profit organizations.
- Taiwanese government officials and advisors from related departments.
- Exchange experiences of smart green cities innovative technology application in Taiwan and other countries.
- Share practical experiences in starting up companies in smart green industry
- Foster interdisciplinary communication and discussion in entrepreneurial activities and related organizations