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The Results of the 1st Phase of the Startup Contest of “2019 Counseling Lean Startup Plan” by the Council of Indigenous Peoples Came Out!

  • 更新時間:2019/04/08 11:26:01

In order to encourage their people to start their own businesses, activate the traditional wisdom and promote industrial development, the fifth Lean Startup Counseling Plan would be launched again by the Council of Indigenous Peoples in 2019. The regional proposal presentation meeting was held from October to November last year (2018), attracting more than 500 attendants to learn about the content and proposal method of the Plan. A total of 124 proposals concerning startup plan were received.After qualification examination, written and first-stage briefing review, 28 cases with innovative ideas and development potential were selected and announced. The plans included agricultural marketing, professional sports training, outdoor experience education, tribal in-depth traveling, clothing design, weaving culture industry, sound and acoustic engineering, etc. The entrepreneurial types were various.

According to the Council, a professional consultant team would provide guidance, advises and discussion for those that had passed the first stage of the briefing review, and assist them to find their core value as well as improve the product, service and cost actuarial calculation. The consultant team would also conduct training courses to assist them in planning of business blueprints for the next 1 to 3 years with procedures and logics. Moreover, each team that passed this stage would also get a bonus of NT$20,000, which could be used to make prototype of products or establish a business model. After the examination of the business model for the first stage, the teams would enter the stage 2 of briefing review. Up to 20 victorious teams would be chosen eventually, and the first pot of money would be provided with a maximum of NT$1 million for starting a business. Also, the six-month guidance would be provided for entrepreneurs to create new business models, improve their knowledge of operation and financial management, etc., so as to endow innovative entrepreneurs with industrial competitiveness.

The Council further stated that, since 2015, it had coached 80 enterprises, created more than 400 opportunities and an output value of NT$300 million. In order to support the economic and industrial development of the Indigenous Peoples, the Council would continue to promote various projects of the economic and industrial development of the Indigenous Peoples as the favorable backing for the development of the undertakings of their Business

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