Former president of the Taiwanese American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Los Angeles-Junior Chapter (TJCC Los Angeles) and founder of Peek2 Eric Fu visited the Culture Center of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Los Angeles recently where he was received by Director Tony Ong. Fu reported on Peek2’s current startup situation to Ong and said that the 3D software he developed to provide customized physical space digitization services has been affirmed by the market;he also said that he has recruited employees in Taiwan and will invest in Taiwan in future.
Director Ong introduced the various services of i-Taiwan Window and how it helps young entrepreneurs link with related government units in Taiwan, including investment cannels and methods, Taiwan trade and economic and technology information, with requests for consulting accepted by and service provided through the single window counter at Culture Center of TECO in Los Angeles. He stressed that the Window can provide information on-the-spot for the reference of young entrepreneurs from the websites of the Ministry of Labor, Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Economic Affairs, National Immigration Agency of the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Education and the International Cooperation and Development Fund; it can also provide customized consulting in accordance with the requirements of each case allowing young entrepreneurs to quickly check on line, helping them entrepreneurs obtain detailed information and achieving the objective of strengthening the linkage between young entrepreneurs and Taiwan.
TJCC Los Angeles visited Culture Center of TECO in Los Angeles to learn how i-Taiwan Window can help young entrepreneurs by providing business startup information.