Intellectual capital is the primary asset of any knowledge-based economy. Ultra-modern technology, innovation, research, digitalization, use of apps, human-expertize and other related factors are the driving forces behind a knowledge-economy.
Taiwan, for instance, has witnessed tremendous growth during the last two decades thanks to the adoption of the concept of ‘knowledge-economy’ which has helped the economy in its transformation and fabulous economic growth. Considered as one of the ‘Asian Tigers’, Taiwan accords top priority to world-class technology, innovation and high-quality research. Taiwan, has become a capital-intensive and knowledge-based economy. Emergence of high-tech industries and knowledge parks are the best examples one can cite, here. Innovation clusters, cross-border networking & collaboration, encouragement and active support to start-up and other high-tech industries are some of the solid measures the government has initiated to ensure an ‘economic miracle’ in Taiwan.
This conference aims at achieving the following objectives: