A highly developed country, Taiwan is known for its clever technology which is why it comes as no surprise if the country is also recognized for its manufacturing and exporting products. The kind of technology they offer are things that help improve the lives of people and their community. Taiwan Excellence began in 1993, with its mission to introduce what Taiwan can offer to global innovation and eventually made the country one of the most progressive countries around the world.
Taiwan Excellence's goal is all about strengthening the pneuma of innovation and unleashing creativity in most industries which includes machinery, building materials, infrastructure, medical and health care, Information and Communications Technology, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, smart technologies, and others.
According to Leonor Lin, President, and CEO of Taiwan External Trade and Development Council, Taiwan Excellence is dedicated to look for outstanding products based on its research, development, design, quality, marketability and strong spirit of innovation.
Awarding products with the Taiwan Excellence Award seal is synonymous with displaying superior world-class quality and high-end technology that can help attract the attention of a global audience and market.
Taiwan Excellence jumps on the aggressive campaign to showcase Taiwan's industries. While we are still in a pandemic, where face-to-face is not yet allowed, Taiwan Excellence continued its campaign by means of giving a series of webinars where industries and enterprises presented their products to potential clients as well as international media for them to see first-hand what these products had to offer.
Taiwan continues to be the benchmark in terms of managing the pandemic. With Taiwan's expertise and experiences, Taiwan Excellence has collaborated with local artists like Filipino rapper, Gloc-9 and Indie singer/performer Keiko Necessario in creating a music video which shows Taiwan as a good role model on innovation and how they are coping with the crippling pandemic global crisis as well as their vision for further progress.
The Taiwan government also improved its trade promotion policies where it closely monitored changes and market tendencies. They also helped other industries that were highly affected and lend a hand to restore their business activities to reopen. Surviving this pandemic may not be easy, but multiple approaches based on new business strategies and connecting them to other business partners around the globe made it possible. Taiwan Excellence provided trade support by means of insurance, a professional marketing approach to reduce costs, diversify export reach, using digital transformation, and other breakthrough concepts that may help them in international marketing.
"The Covid-19 virus and the pandemic even made Taiwan more resilient," says Simon Wang, TAITRA Exceutive Vice President. Taiwan handled the crisis by means of working on a digital platform through https://www.anticovid19tw.org. This site became Taiwan's medical and healthcare pavilion where they showcased tools and demonstrated their expertise in battling the virus. The platform also breaks off boundaries of time and space as well as social distancing because it's where other companies interact with the products they are interested in.
It's such a good thing that Taiwan has immediately controlled the spread of Covid-19 virus. It is now exporting its expertise in both technology and medical hardware and the country has served as a role model for pandemic prevention. The country has received many procurement requests for medical supplies and it has gladly responded on humanitarian grounds. Taiwan believes in its sense of responsibility towards its fellowmen as they help other countries battle this pandemic. Taiwan can serve as an Oasis with the way it has dealt with the pandemic. Thanks to its good government and disciplined citizens who all obediently followed its health and safety protocols set by the government. Its strong ICT industry has allowed the country to grow its exports to 2.4 percent during the first 9 months of 2020 despite the global economic slump in most Asian countries who suffered in their export growth; and though many countries GDP growth slowed down, Taiwan's GDP is expected to hit 1.5 percent this 2020 and more growth by 2.9 in 2021.