July 21, 2020: The Taiwan x Malaysia Business Matching Session connects local manufacturers and SMEs from Malaysia with design companies from Taiwan, allowing companies from both countries to bridge collaboration gaps and improve the chances of business success with financial assistance from Taiwan Design Research Institute (TDRI) – A government subsidy of up to 60% is available for each successfully matched business through this platform!
This business-matching platform is dedicated to promoting Taiwan’s best design services to Malaysia and helping businesses expedite the design and development phase of a project and make it a reality by the year end.
The design companies include Dot Design, Kimu Design, Xinze Brand Design, Bilateral Design, IS Design Brand Consultancy, Summer Design, team CIRCORE, IDEOSO Design, IPRINT Design, and Holycow Design. The range of design services provided includes product and packaging design, advertising and branding, logo and visual design, brand creation and corporate identity system.
The Taiwan x Malaysia Business Matching Session takes place on July 29 and 30 from 10am to 5pm, and it will be conducted via online. To participate, one needs to fill out the application form at https://forms.gle/kp9sszACeeQoefP39 before July 25, 2020.
Additionally, the public can join the experts from these design companies on Facebook for a “live” webinar series on July 22 & 23 as they discuss the importance of brand localisation as key to business sustainability in the new environment impacted by Covid-19. Their insights are sure to give the webinar a more international perspective, so please stay tuned!
This year marks the second time TDRI has initiated the Taiwan x Malaysia Business Cooperation in collaboration with Malaysia’s homegrown and award-winning design agency, Tsubaki Studio. TDRI is the only design-based organisation in Taiwan that promotes and exports Taiwanese design services to other countries, and has already worked with several companies from Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia.
For more information regarding TDRI’s initiative and the design companies from Taiwan, check out:
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For interview requests or enquiries relating to the Taiwan x Malaysia Business Matching Session, please contact:
Ms. Vivian Toh
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
About Taiwan Design Research Institute (TDRI)
Design is taking the world by storm. It plays an increasingly important role in the economy, culture, and society of a country. Meanwhile, more and more industries are treating design as a core competitive advantage. With this in mind, the government is establishing the “Taiwan Design Research Institute” (TDRI) in 2020. The aim of this project is to capitalise on Taiwan’s strengths in design to drive industrial development and the overall economic growth. The TDRI plans to consolidate public resources from a wide range of government agencies with “the power of design,” promoting design as a central governance value and as a national defense strategy. The Institute is expected to guide the sustainable development of industries and society, which should in turn improve the living quality of the general public. It can assist the government in making national design policy and increasing governance efficiency. In addition, through an integrated interdisciplinary approach, the Institute will introduce design-based thinking into government administration, drive talent cultivation in the private sector, and build businesses that lead the design industry.
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Official Website: www.tdri.org.tw