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Overseas Compatriot Youth Activities

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2022
04/22
Explanatory meeting for the Global Young Entrepreneur Stars Selection held Young entrepreneurs come together for exchange online
To assist young entrepreneurs around the world develop, the Overseas Community Affairs Council (OCAC) holds the annual Global Young Entrepreneur Stars Selection to guide young entrepreneurs to grow and improve. To allow young entrepreneurs to understand related details of Selection participation, on March 22 the OCAC held the Global Young Entrepreneur Stars Selection and Guidance online explanatory meeting which was livestreamed on the OCAC Facebook page. In the explanatory meeting, Minister Tung Chen-yuan said that young entrepreneurs are a treasure trove for Taiwan with limitless potential! He invited outstanding young entrepreneurs overseas to enthusiastically register to have the chance to become Young Entrepreneur Stars to make YES, I AM become YES, WE ARE ! The explanatory meeting first showed the launch video to introduce the selection activity and content of follow-up guidance measures. Mentors and YES winners in previous years were invited to share their experience. Director-General of the OCAC Department of Business Affairs Chang Shu-yen and Manager Wesley Wu from the undertaking unit the China Productivity Center (CPC) answered related questions from young entrepreneurs in detail. Registration will be open until April 22, 2022. The winners will receive one-on-one counselling with an expert consultant and enterprise mentor and join an exclusive social club as well as other benefits. Person in charge or senior managers of overseas enterprises aged under 40 years old can enter! For selection rules, please go to the Young Entrepreneur Stars area on the website(https://YES.Taiwan-World.Net); you are also welcome to join the exclusive Line group to receive more information and service from dedicated staff. Launch video: https://youtu.be/N4oeDJBpMCM Explanatory meeting video: https://fb.watch/bV5xLYNAXe
2022
04/22
Minister Tung Chen-yuan attends the 2nd Board Meeting of the 12th WTCCJC Hopes to combine Taiwan's resources to increase the international competitiveness of overseas young entrepreneurs
Overseas Community Affairs Council (OCAC) Minister Tung Chen-yuan attended the 2nd Board Meeting of the 12th World Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce Junior Chapter (WTCCJC) held in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. on March 25. In his speech, he exhorted the young entrepreneur representatives in attendance to pass on power to create a win-win situation and combine with Taiwan while having eyes on the world. Minister Tung said that since coming to office he has attended every major event held by the WTCCJC in person, not missing one if he remembers correctly. His main policy themes since taking up office have always been "professionalization" and "rejuvenation", and young entrepreneurs play a key role. He said that young entrepreneurs are the most importance inheritance force of Taiwanese entrepreneurs worldwide. The OCAC will continue to actively provide policy guidance and assistance to young entrepreneurs. Minister Tung gave the example of the first Global Young Entrepreneur Stars Selection held in 2021 by the OCAC. Many winners were in attendance. The OCAC employs professional consultants to provide one-on-one guidance. This kind of competition lays the ground for more young entrepreneurs to become models. Minister Tung also emphasized that in the economic development process, talent is the key factor. In the last two years Taiwan's economy has boomed and is in urgent need of talent. The economic growth rate in 2020 was 3.36% and follow by it was 6.45% in 2021; GDP has increased by NT$2 trillion in two years. The government of Taiwan also warmly invites overseas Taiwanese entrepreneurs and young entrepreneurs to return to invest or work in Taiwan. The OCAC is willing to provide more systematic services and resources to assist young entrepreneurs. Taiwan offers many opportunities in business at present. If these resources are taken advantage of, enterprises can develop around the world. Young entrepreneurs are the best partners and contacts. In the last two years, in collaboration with national level research units, the OCAC has established two service programs to bring together research units and academic-industry cooperation, namely, the Industry Upgrading and Technical Service Program and the University-Industry Little League Program. At present, the former combines 11 research units, including the Industrial Technology Research Institute, Institute for Information Industry and the National Applied Research Laboratories. The latter cooperates with 35 universities. These have been carefully planned by the OCAC to combine Taiwan's technology R&D capability to guide Taiwanese entrepreneurs and young entrepreneurs to increase their international competitiveness.

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