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Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) Taiwan

Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) Taiwan

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Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) Taiwan

Enterprise Europe Network Taiwan Services Introduction

What is EEN?

Enterprise Europe Network is a unique network comprised of over 600 business organizations located throughout the European Union (EU) and beyond. It aims to assist small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in leveraging their business opportunities in the EU. 

     Between 2012 and 2014, the Network has hosted more than 19,000 local events for small businesses, attended by more than 742,000 people. 

     By using Europe’s largest database of cutting-edge technologies, containing more than 23,000 profiles, the Network brings together research and commercial applications.

Our Services - Three key objectives:

a) Business cooperation 

b) Technology transfer 

c) R&D and innovation

EEN works closely with 17 major sectors:

. Aeronautics and Space 

. Agrofood 

. Automotive, Transport and Logistics 

. BioChemTech 

. Creative Industries 

. Environment 

. Healthcare 

. ICT Industry and Services 

. Intelligent Energy 

. Maritime Industry and Services 

. Materials 

. Nano and Micro Technologies 

. Service and Retail 

. Sustainable Construction 

. Textiles & Fashion 

. Tourism and Cultural Heritage 

. Women Entrepreneurship


     The Enterprise Europe Network Taiwan, sponsored by the Bureau of Foreign Trade, is a consortium of three equal partners namely Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), and Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association (TEEMA), and is supported by two local partners, National Applied Research Laboratories (NAR Labs) and European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan (ECCT).

     EEN Taiwan is dedicated to facilitating business cooperation, technology sharing, innovation and research collaboration between European and Taiwanese SMEs, through brokerage events and overseas business missions. It also helps generate and disseminate partnership proposals.

     Local SMEs are encouraged to take advantage of the Network’s extensive market reach, as well as explore new opportunities with their European counterparts to drive growth in both markets.

EEN Taiwan Team

TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council)

     Founded in 1970, TAITRA is the foremost nonprofit trade promotion organization in Taiwan. Operating three exhibition halls and a major convention center, its 1200 trained specialists provide trade services and assistance through trade information gathering, market surveys, B2B matchmaking and training, and MICE activities for Taiwanese businesses seeking to enhance their global reach.

     The Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC), a TAITRA subsidiary , was awarded the Center of Excellence in eight categories by the World Trade Center Association (WTCA) in 2012. The TWTC achieved the highest number of honors ever attained by a single member.

Contact Information

11012 5-7F, No. 333, Keelung Road, Sec. 1, 11012, Taipei, Taiwan (R.O.C.) 

Market Development Department, Europe Section

Tel: +886-2-2725-5200 (ext. 1853/1858)

Fax: +886-2-2757-6652 


ITRI (Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan)

     The Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan is a nonprofit organization engaged in applied research and technical services. Founded in 1973, ITRI has since been dedicated to helping industries stay competitive and sustainable.

     With approximately 6,000 employees (1,300 PhDs and 3,000 MA graduates), ITRI encourages collaboration among its diverse talents.

     ITRI has helped establish more than 240 companies, including internationally renowned semiconductor leaders TSMC and UMC. It has also helped nurture over 140 CEOs in the local high-tech industry.

     ITRI continues to play a vital role in Taiwan's economic growth, as the nation shifts from being labor-focused to a more value-added, technology-driven approach.

Contact Information

31040 195, Sec. 4, Chung Hsing Rd., Chutung, Hsinchu Taiwan (R.O.C.) 


TEEMA (Taiwan Electrical & Electronic Manufacturers’ Association)

     Founded in 1948, the Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (TEEMA) represents 90% of Taiwan's EE and ICT manufacturers.

     TEEMA organizes international trade shows, missions and seminars, and also offers its members information services and networking platforms, in an effort to increase the industry's presence on the global market stage.

     TEEMA operates liaison offices in Tokyo and major cities in Mainland China, in addition to its headquarters in Taipei and branch offices in central and southern Taiwan.

     Supporting strategic collaboration with domestic and international partners, TEEMA boosts opportunities for its 3,022 members to market their products, tap into new sales channels and advance their R&D capacities.

Headquarters: Taipei 

Local branches: Taichung and Kaohsiung 

Overseas liaison offices: Tokyo, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Dongguan, Xiamen, Dalian, Wuhan, & Kunshan (Representative Office)

Contact Information

11490 6F, No. 109, Sec. 6, Min-huan E. Rd., Taipei, Taiwan (R.O.C.)