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Taipei healthcare technology

Are you looking for new opportunities to scale up your digital health or medical technology company? Taiwan is a leader in many critical technologies and is a strategic entry-point to Asia. The region’s clusters of healthcare innovators and established venture capitalist network create opportunities for Canadian companies.

The Canadian Technology Accelerator (CTA) business development program can help you foster strategic partnerships, tap into the Taiwanese healthcare industry, validate your technology, and expand to Taiwan and Asia

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Important dates

Application deadlineProgram datesTime commitment
ClosedNovember 1, 2023 to February 28, 2024About 1 hour per week

What are the benefits of joining?

The Taipei CTA delivers:

Who should apply

We are seeking innovative Canadian healthcare technology (HealthTech) companies in the scale up, business development or investment raising stage. We are looking for innovative health technology (both hardware and software) in areas including:

Your company must have:

The Trade Commissioner Service supports equity, diversity and inclusion in trade. We strongly encourage companies led by Canadians of all backgrounds to apply.

What you need to apply

How the program works

The CTA program will be delivered Online-only. No mandatory in-market visits required.

The program includes:


“The CTA experience allowed us to understand the market space better, and its requirements. It provided with greater insights to achieving our goals, and allowed partnering with potential distributors. IRegained's CTA experience in Taiwan has been special. They have helped us every step of the way in helping our business move forward and we are forever grateful to the CTA team for their support, advise and guidance.” - Vineet Johnson, CEO of IRegained.

Contact us

Learn more about this program by contacting:

Judy Chen

Judy Chen
Trade Commissioner
Canadian Technology Accelerator – Taipei
Canada’s Trade Commissioner Service

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