An Entrepreneurial and Environmental Model for Technological Ventures in Taiwan
Benjamin J.C. Yuan
|關鍵字:||高科技產業創業環境模型;創投產業;育成中心;創意中心;群聯電子;An Entrepreneurial and Environmental Model for Technological Ventures;Venture Capitals;Business Incubator;Originality Center;Phison Electronics Corporation|
With technological developments and strategies constantly being improved, the only way for newly established corporations to grab hold of the market and come out on top is if they increase their pace in terms of technological innovations and adequate division of funds. Taiwan possesses such qualities as having a competitive edge in terms of technological innovations, entrepreneurship, higher flexibility among business organizations, and strong commercialization abilities; with proper applications of these competitive edges along with supportive government policies and a systematic approach to support the “technologically concentrated” and “highly innovative” corporations which posses high growth potentials can help promote a healthy continual growth and development of industries and to increase Taiwan’s competitive edge in terms of economic growth. However, asides from the internal cultivation of corporate strengths, the development of a supportive atmosphere is also a necessity in terms of the establishment of entrepreneurial and technologically innovative firms. In order for such firms to succeed, other environmental factors and location of key resources are essential in their development process. Taiwan’s high tech start up environments mature through the support from the government, private enterprises, VC's, related support systems. From an entrepreneurial and environmental model for technological ventures, we can to know that these resources can be categorized into some dimensions: the VC industry, the business incubators, originality center and supported entrepreneurial resources. We will choose Phison Electronics Corporation to do some study, on one hand we can to know the interaction between environmental model of technological ventures and high tech start up, and on the other hand Taiwan’s government can make some appropriate policy from this model.