TAIWAN EXPO Innovex Pavilion to promote Taiwan-Malaysia digital team ups
Nov 03, 2017

The Innovex Pavilion at TAIWAN EXPO Malaysia will be showcasing the innovative powers of Taiwanese e-commerce companies at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) on Nov. 9-11, 2017.

Aiming to further Taiwan-Malaysia e-commerce cooperation, the Innovex Pavilion will be introducing top startups from Taiwan to their Malaysian industry peers.

The 8 stars of the Youth Development Administration, Ministry of Education “U-Star” program, including ACCUPASS, Whoscall, and PicSee, will be presenting their digital innovations at the pavilion during the 3-day expo.

In addition to providing networking and partnership opportunities, the pavilion will be introducing the visitors to 160 product offers from 34 Taiwanese companies, including a Halal showcase that will enable direct placing of orders for Halal-certified products from Taiwan.

The leading B2B portal of Taiwan, Taiwantrade.com, and B2B2C online marketplace iDealEZ.com will be putting up a special exhibit to treat the visitors to a beauty counter experience highlighted by Taiwanese makeup and cosmetics. Visit the special exhibit and check-in on Facebook for a free face mask! Taiwan-based beauty company ARWIN will also be staging live demos of their makeup, beauty and skin care products.

In celebration of TAIWAN EXPO, iDealEZ.com and PChome Global will be offering a limited time only “Free Shipping to Malaysia” online deal starting Nov. 9 and running till Nov. 30, 2017. Visitors can simply scan the QR codes at the pavilion and start ordering right away.

Moreover, AdvMeds, a leading provider of healthcare IT solutions from Taiwan, will be inking a contract with Neoh Acupuncture Space TCM Clinic at the Taiwan Innovex Forum on Nov. 9.

The Taiwan Innovex Forum will be joined by speakers from PChome, ACCUPASS, and Gogolook with their observations and insights on O2O marketing, data evolution and e-commerce. Sign up at: https://goo.gl/8aX1on

Malaysia is home to an emerging e-commerce market. With Internet penetration rate in the country now at 60 percent, the value of Malaysian e-commerce is expected to reach US$2 billion in 2020.

Gina Huang (ginahuang@taitra.org.tw)

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