Foreign tech start-ups look for partners

COOPERATION:Intelligent sleep mask developer Inteliclinic is just one of several foreign firms looking for Taiwanese manufacturers and investors at the Computex

Taipei Times
Date: Sat, Jun 04, 2016
By Lauly Li / Staff reporter

Foreign technology start-ups like Inteliclinic Inc and Embr Labs Inc are taking part in the Computex Taipei this year, looking for manufacturing partners and investors in Taiwan.

San Francisco-based Inteliclinic, with its wearable mask capable of analyzing and improving sleep quality, is seeking Taiwanese contract electronics and textile manufacturers as part of the firm’s plans to expand its reach to East Asian markets.

“We would like here [Taiwan] to be our window to Asia, given that Japan is one of our largest markets,” Inteliclinic cofounder and general manager Tomasz Kolodziejak told the Taipei Times at the company’s booth at the annual trade show.

Since raising US$500,000 from crowdfunding platform Kickstarter in 2014, Inteliclinic has grown into a small company with 20 employees over the past two years.     [FULL  STORY]

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