By: Taiwan Today,Agencies
MOEA Minister Lee Chih-kung joins other government officials and industry
representatives in giving their thumbs-up to the upcoming World Congress on Information Technology
The 2017 World Congress on Information Technology, set to take place Sept. 10-13 in Taipei City, will provide a platform for the country’s young entrepreneurs to flex their innovative muscles and network with global industry heavyweights, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs July 25.
Speaking at a news conference in Taipei, MOEA Minister Lee Chih-kung said the event will offer emerging Taiwan talents the opportunity to foster connections with leading figures from across the globe, furthering the government’s efforts to establish the nation as a hub of tech innovation in Asia. It will also promote Taiwan’s credentials as a leading supplier of cutting-edge applications systems and services, he added.