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Tslil Lahav, head of Israeli Economic and Trade Mission in Taipei, introduced Israel


A briefing on Israeli startup resources and investment was held by NTU Industry Liaison Office (ILO) at the Taiwan X Israel Center (TXI Center) on the afternoon of October 31, inviting Tslil Lahav, head of Israeli Economic and Trade Mission in Taipei, Revital Shpangental, representative of Haifa University, a number of Israeli economic and trade figures, Pai-Chi Li, R&D chief of National Taiwan University, David Peng, CEO of NTU ILO, and corporate members of NTU ILO. This event looked closely on Israel’s startup resources, education, and investment environment, providing professional insights on industrial complementarity between Taiwan and Israel. With questions from members of NTU ILO.

Tslil Lahav specifically mentioned that Israel itself has a very strong start-up energy. The feature lies in the investors. Both investors and venture company are not afraid of failure and they grasp every opportunity. Which is something Taiwan worth to learn.

Besides, Israel is highly focus on research and development, they are No.1 in the world in R&D investments as % of GDP, which is very astonishing. More than 50% of the goods and services exported from Israel are high-tech industries related, and these highlights are complementary to the industry between Taiwan and Israel.




Tslil Lahav answered questions from NTUILO members


With questions from members of NTUILO, Lahav and Li pointed out that combining Israel’s startup technology and Taiwan’s expertise in system integration, membership of NTU ILO would accelerate the development of Taiwan’s industry and create new business opportunities under waves of US-China trade war and global IT revolution.

 
Pai-Chi Li, R&D chief of National Taiwan University, emphasized the advantages of Taiwan industries



 
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