Policy pushing of the government to the project

The Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration (SMEAS) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs began implementing its incubation policy in 1997. Fruitful results have been yielded since then. Over the years, 130 incubators received cumulative subsidies of NT$3.3959 billion from the SMEA, and over 15,000 SMEs were incubated, maintaining and increasing employment opportunities by over 300,000. This led to investments and capital increase by over NT$148 billion, and assisted 116 enterprises in successfully going public (OTC).

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The Definition, Purposes, Functions and Services of Incubation Centers


Incubation Centers develop new businesses, new products, new technologies, and assist SMEs in upgrading and transforming themselves.

They aim to reduce costs and risks for startups and early stage R&D by effectively combining resources such as office space, equipment and facilities, technology, fund sourcing...


The construction of a robust and comprehensive platform to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship leads to the creation of new businesses. The flexible utilization and integration of domestic and overseas R&D resources, creates a superior environment for research and entrepreneurship...


  1. Reduces the investment risk associated with start-ups and R&D, thereby improving the success rate of entrepreneurs and innovators.
  2. Assists with incubation projects and helps with the development of new technologies and products.



  1. Space and Facilities
  2. Business Support
  3. Space and Facilities
  4. Technical and Manpower Support
  5. Information Support



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Northern Area10case

Central Area3case

Southern Area4case

Eastern Area1case

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