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Boost VC
Boost VC
United States | Accelerator
We run two accelerator programs every year. We invest up to $50k in exchange for 7% of the company. We seek passionate technologists from around the world for our accelerator in Silicon Valley. We have the largest networks in Blockchain (Ethereum/Bitcoin) and Virtual Reality (VR/AR), thus we provide unparalleled value to those two industries. However, we think about founders first. We want to pick the best people over anything and tend to lean toward founders working on technology that you would find in a Science Fiction book. We have invested in Bots, AI, Drones, and Space startups.
Breed Reply
Breed Reply
United Kingdom | Incubator
Breed Reply is the IoT active operational investor for early stage businesses delivering Internet of Things solutions that respond to the real needs of people and companies. We have significant experience in scaling up early stage companies, in-depth understanding of the market, proven track record in sales channel development and a strong technological DNA. Our incubation model includes hands-on support in developing and growing your business across functions, from general management to sales and marketing and technology. We can also give access to office space and related services.
Brinc Global IoT Accelerator
Brinc Global IoT Accelerator
United States | Accelerator
We focus on short-term milestones while taking a long-term view on building a profitable business. We use multi-disciplinary approach to product development with an emphasis on user-testing early and often. We work everywhere. Our digital-first approach enables you to stay in market with your users and come to Shenzhen when it makes business sense to do so. We balance working on business with your technical product work. With equal emphasis on best business practices, marketing, brand building, cash flow planning, and product, the Brinc Global IoT program sets you up for long-term success. We Aligned for the long haul with 3% equity on a cashless basis.
Business Incubator of Tongji University Science Park
Business Incubator of Tongji University Science Park
China | Incubator
Business Incubator of Tongji University Science Park helps to realize dreams of entrepreneurial enterprises through forming a high quality incubation service platform. By developing perfect collaboration team service, we aim become a model at professionally developing science and technology park.
Caohejing Hi-Tech Park Innovation Center
Caohejing Hi-Tech Park Innovation Center
China | Incubator
Approved by the Shanghai Municipal Government, Shanghai Caohejing Hi-tech Park Innovation Center was solely invested and run by Shanghai Caohejing Hi-tech Park Development Corporation. Innovation Center has been in operation for over 10 years. According to statistics, 434 technology-intensive enterprises specializing in IT, biotechnology, new materials, OPTO-Mechatronics etc. have graduated from Innovation Center. The success rate amounts to 91.7%. Currently, Innovation Center has registered capital of 65 million RMB. Shanghai Caohejing Hi-tech Park Innovation Center has made lots of breakthroughs. It was the first business incubator in China to have received the certificate of ISO9001 quality system. Furthermore, it was among the first batch of incubators which achieved a virtuous circle under enterprise investment and operation and it was the first innovation center entrusted to hold International Training Workshop for Business Incubator Managers.
CAS Star
CAS Star
China | Incubator
CAS Star is engaged in high-tech industry incubation and venture capital investment. It is committed to building a scientific and technological entrepreneurial ecological network system with "research institution + angel fund + incubator + entrepreneurship training" to provide professional, in-depth and comprehensive entrepreneurship for technology entrepreneurs.
Central Taiwan Science Park
Central Taiwan Science Park
Taiwan | Technology Park
Central Taiwan Science Park was founded in 2003, located in the center of Taiwan with an efficient and convenient land, sea and air transportation network. Following the establishment of Hsinchu Science Park and Southern Taiwan Science Park, CTSP is yet another brand-new important area of concentrated high-tech industries. CTSP includes Taichung Park, Huwei Park, Houli Park, Erlin Park, and Chung Hsing Park which covers an area of 1,486 hectares in total. By the end of November 2019, 206 companies, 9 incubation centers, and 5 research units were approved for residency; the planned investment is about 2 trillion and 148.1 billion NT dollars in capital with 143 firms in operation, creating 50,716 employments.
Changshu Economic and Technological Development Zone
Changshu Economic and Technological Development Zone
China | Technology Park
A number of world-renowned multinational enterprises, such as UPM from Finland, DuPont, Axle Manufacturing and Tyco International from the USA have set up factories or R&D centers in Changshu Economic &Technological Development Zone. More than 5,000 enterprises, including over 600 foreign enterprises from twenty-more countries and regions have started their operations and/or established facilities in the zone. The total volume of foreign investment reaches 21 billion US dollars. Fifty-four investment projects are from the world’s top 500 enterprises and the number of projects with an investment volume exceeding 100 million US dollars is 28.
Changxing Economic and Technological Development Zone
Changxing Economic and Technological Development Zone
China | Technology Park
The Zone has 1 national key vocational education center, 4 medium vocational schools, and 1 adult university with 16 majors such as electronics, mechanism, garment design, chemical industry etc. Meanwhile, different training programs can be offered to meet the specific requirements from different enterprises. Service Center offers taxation services, and industrial and commercial services for enterprises investing in China. New pattern weaving, machine-building and electronic industry, IT industry and biopharmacy industry are the leading industries in Changxing.
Changzhou New&High Technology Industry Development Zone
Changzhou New&High Technology Industry Development Zone
China | Technology Park
In addition to the export processing zone, Changzhou National High-tech District also contains several special parks, which include a software park, an animation park, a pharmaceutical park, an international environment protection industrial park and Riverside Industrial Zone.
Cherubic Ventures
Cherubic Ventures
China | Venture Capital
Founded in 2013, Cherubic Ventures is the only early-stage venture capital firm that's active in both US and China, with a total AUM of 250 million USD. Our team spreads across San Francisco, Beijing, and Taipei. We focus on seed stage investments that aim to transform industries. Some of our notable portfolio companies include Flexport, Virgin Hyperloop One, Wish, Ring, hims, TianGe Interactive, LiuliShuo, and Pinkoi.
China Academy of Science - Automation Institute (CASIA)
China Academy of Science - Automation Institute (CASIA)
China | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The Institute of Automation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASIA) was established in 1956 as one of the earliest national automation institutions in China. The institute focuses on three main areas of intelligent technology: intelligent processing of massive information; intelligent control of complex systems; and integrated intelligent systems. CASIA produces innovative theory, key technology and conceptual systems to meet the strategic needs of the nation and of industry, making it well known worldwide in the field of intelligence science and technology.
China Association for Science and Technology (CAST)
China Association for Science and Technology (CAST)
China | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) is the largest national non-governmental organization of scientific and technological workers in China, which also serves as the bridge that links the Communist Party of China and the Chinese government to the country's science and technology community.Since its inauguration, CAST has made significant contributions to the prosperity and development of science and technology, to the popularization of science and technology among the public, to the emerging of large numbers of professional talents, and to the overall economic and social development in China. As the bridge linking Chinese science and technology community with the Communist Party of China and the Chinese government, CAST is a constituent member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), where it joins the nation's political parties and other social groups in the state affairs of political consultation, policy-making and democratic supervision.CAST maintains cooperative relations with scientific and technological organizations of many countries and, as the representative of Chinese science and technology community, are members of ICSU, WFEO and many other international scientific and technological organizations. In 2004, CAST was granted consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
Chinaccelerator
Chinaccelerator
China | Accelerator
Chinaccelerator is a mentorship-driven program assisting internet startups from around the world cross borders – from the world into China, and from China to the world. It is operated by the venture fund SOSV, which has $700M+ AUM and operates 6 global accelerators.  Chinaccelerator offers three months of rigorous guidance, training, and resources from mentors, partners, and investors. The robust and active alumni network continues to support startups long after they complete the Chinaccelerator program. 
China Electronic Information Industry Development (CCID)
China Electronic Information Industry Development (CCID)
China | Government
China Electronic Information Industry Development (CCID) is directly under the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology for a class research institutions.
China LoRa Application Alliance
China LoRa Application Alliance
China | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The CLAA is an open NGO which aims to accelerate the development and adoption of the LoRa connectivity protocol. There are several duties that the CLAA is committed to:1. Understanding the needs of IIoT players committed to the LoRa Alliance and the CLAA2. Establishing a common standard for easy adoption and also, easy entry into the ecosystem3. Integration of cloud-based technologies in China and expansion of the network range4. Facilitate multi-lateral cooperations and strategic alliances to optimise benefits of utilising LoRa.
Chinese Academy of Engineering
Chinese Academy of Engineering
China | Government
The Academy is a national and independent organization composed of elected members with the highest honor in the community of engineering and technological sciences of the nation. Its missions are to initiate and conduct strategic studies, provide consultancy services for decision-making of nation’s key issues in engineering and technological sciences and promote the development of the undertaking of engineering and technological sciences in China and devote itself to the benefit and welfare of the society. Its functions are mainly in aspects as follows:    1)  Bringing into full play the integrated advantages of its members who act as a group in multi-disciplinary, inter-departmental and inter-industrial, to take part in the decision-making for the national and regional economic development and social progress, undertake the studies, consultancy and evaluation of strategies for the construction of key projects and high-tech industries, and provide the central and local governments with suggestions for top-priority fields of development and orientation of key investment;    2)  Organizing studies on issues of orientation and frontiers of key engineering science and technology, promoting capacity of innovation in industrial technology and raising the level of management science and engineering project;    3)  Carry out extensively academic exchanges and cooperations at home and abroad at all levels and in various forms so as to create an open environment for the healthy growth of excellent young and middle-aged experts;    4)  Energetically popularize science knowledge and enhance the publication in science and technology to make contributions to the promotion of the standard of engineering science and technology and the quality of workforce as well as the whole society in terms of science and culture in China;    5)  Safeguard science ethics and carry forward the science spirit, and to promote vigorously the construction of socialist spiritual civilization.
Chinese Association for Artificial Intelligence (CAAI)
Chinese Association for Artificial Intelligence (CAAI)
China | Association / Alliance
The CAAI has 40 branches, including 34 professional committees and six working committees, covering the fields of science and smart technology. CAAI is devoted to academic activities in science and technology in the People's Republic of China. The organization's goal is to unite artificial intelligence science and technology professionals through academic research, academic exchange, science popularization, academic education, science and technology exhibition, scholarly publishing, talent recommendation, academic evaluation, academic advising, technology assessment activities and other incentives.
CICC
CICC
China | Venture Capital
Established in 1995 as the first joint venture investment bank in China, China International Capital Corporation Limited (CICC) is a leader in providing comprehensive financial services including investment banking, capital markets, institutional and individual securities sales and trading, fixed income, asset management, private equity, individual wealth management and research.
Code_N
Code_N
Germany | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
CODE_n is a global innovation platform initiated in 2011 by GFT Technologies AG under the direction of its CEO, Ulrich Dietz. As part of the platform, an annual contest is held for startups with business models based on digital technologies. CODE_n runs for five days at the CeBIT exhibition, offering a full trade show of its own and a conference program culminating in the naming of a contest winner.The world's most promising start-ups demonstrate fresh, unconventional business ideas to show what the digital future looks like. As well as attractive winners' prizes, there is a wealth of public attention to be gained, along with direct lines to partners, potential customers, investors and the media.At the CONNECT online innovation platform, company founders, established entrepreneurs and investors come together in an exclusive network. Start-ups and corporates share their business knowledge and expertise. Company founders make themselves known to investors. An innovative match-making feature provides individual networking Impulses.
Comité Européen de Normalisation (CEN)
Comité Européen de Normalisation (CEN)
European Union | Government
The Comité Européen de Normalisation (CEN) is a nonprofit standards organization whose mission is to foster the European economy in global trading, the welfare of European citizens and the environment by providing an efficient infrastructure to interested parties for the development, maintenance and distribution of coherent sets of standards and specifications.European Standards (ENs) are based on a consensus, which reflects the economic and social interests of 33 CEN Member countries channelled through their National Standardization Organizations. Most standards are initiated by industry. Other standardization projects can come from consumers, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) or associations, or even European legislators. Besides European Standards, CEN produces other reference documents, which can be developed quickly and easily: Technical Specifications, Technical Reports and Workshop Agreements.The core business of CEN is to develop and publish European Standards and technical specifications that meet the evolving needs of European businesses and other organizations. This important work brings concrete benefits, such as : improving safety, quality and reliability of products, services, processes; reinforcing the Single Market and supporting the economic growth and the spread of new technologies and innovation.In order to prepare and produce state-of-the-art standards, CEN relies on the knowledge of some 50.000 experts, who participate in various technical activities through a network of 50 National Standards Bodies (33 Members plus 17 Affiliates) and continuous cooperation with organizations representing different stakeholders, including consumers, workers, environmental interests and SMEs.The CEN Technical Board (CEN/BT) is responsible for co-ordinating and managing the standards development work that is being carried out in more than 320 Technical Committees. In addition to overseeing these activities, as well as their related processes, the CEN Technical Board is also responsible for evaluating and addressing requests for standardization on new subjects.
Comité Européen de Normalisation Electrotechnique (CENELEC)
Comité Européen de Normalisation Electrotechnique (CENELEC)
European Union | Government
CENELEC is the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization and is responsible for standardization in the electrotechnical engineering field. CENELEC prepares voluntary standards, which help facilitate trade between countries, create new markets, cut compliance costs and support the development of a Single European Market. CENELEC is responsible for European standardization in the area of electrical engineering. Together with ETSI (telecommunications) and CEN (other technical areas), it forms the European system for technical standardization. Standards harmonised by these agencies are regularly adopted in many countries outside Europe which follow European technical standards.Standards are driven by business, and drafted by technical experts in the field. In building European consensus, industry, trade federations, public authorities, academia and NGO representatives are invited to contribute to the standardization process. It is this open participation, which accounts for the strength of European standardization. The route for participating in the development of European Standards is through national members (NSBs/NCs). They send balanced delegations to represent the concerned interests in a standardization project. European trade associations and interest groups - representing environmentalists, consumers, trade unions, as well as small and medium-sized enterprises, amongst others - also have the opportunity to contribute to the development of a standard. Participation in the process allows a stakeholder to anticipate changes to standards in his sector as well as have a say in the content. A manufacturer wishing to participate in the CENELEC process contacts his NC, either directly or through a trade association. Through the National Committee, the manufacturer can become involved in a national mirror committee, which is responsible for developing the national position on a particular standard and presenting this position to the relevant CENELEC Technical Body. It may also be possible to become a member of the national delegation of the CENELEC Technical Body, or to be nominated to serve as a technical expert in one of the Working Groups.
Continua Health Alliance
Continua Health Alliance
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
Continua is an international not-for-profit industry group and the leading organization convening global technology industry standards to develop end-to-end, plug-and-play connectivity for personal connected health. Continua's Design Guidelines based on global industry standards and test tools enable more efficient, standardized development and create new market opportunities for interoperable personal health devices and services used to collect and relay vital health information and education. The Design Guidelines currently represent 13 international standards bodies and have been approved as the global standard for personal connected health devices and systems within the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).The Personal Connected Health Alliance (PCHA) is a membership association formed by Continua, mHealth Summit and HIMSS to transform healthcare through personalized, interoperable connected health solutions. PCHA engages in three broad areas of activity:?Technical Leadership: publishing the Continua Design Guidelines, an open implementation framework for interoperability of personal connected health devices and solutions ?Education: convening the mHealth Summit, the largest and most diverse event of its kind for exploring mobile, telehealth, and connected health technologies and their global impact ?Advocacy: creating favorable markets and regulatory climates for connected health around the world and advocating for standardization to enable the free exchange of healthcare data across systems
Cool Japan Fund
Cool Japan Fund
Japan | Government
Cool Japan Fund was founded in November 2013 as a public-private fund with the aim of supporting and promoting the development of demand overseas for excellent Japanese products and services. Cool Japan Fund aims to commercialize the "Cool Japan" and increase overseas demand by providing risk capital for businesses across a variety of areas, including media & content, food & services, and fashion & lifestyle.
CreditEase
CreditEase
China | Venture Capital
CreditEase is a business consulting firm that offers wealth management services. It caters areas such as wealth management, credit management, microfinance investment, and microcredit loan origination, and servicing. It operates a peer-to-peer platform that connects lenders with creditworthy borrowers, enabling under-banked students, professionals, and farmers to get loans. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Beijing, China. CreditEase is a leading FinTech conglomerate in China, specializing in inclusive finance and wealth management, including payment technology, marketplace lending, crowdfunding, robo-advisory, insurance technology, and blockchain products and services. CreditEase actively engages with global FinTech innovators through business incubation, commercial cooperation and investment.
Creww Japan Accelerator
Creww Japan Accelerator
Japan | Accelerator
Creww runs open innovation programs for many of Japan’s largest companies. These three-month programs are customized and targeted to meet specific needs for each client. Currently most of these programs do not involve direct investment into the startups, each client company commits significant resources to each program and successful participants end up with partnerships, sales, distribution arrangements, or development partnerships as determined by the goals of the specific program.
CyberAgent Capital
CyberAgent Capital
Japan | Venture Capital
From Asia to the World.CyberAgent Capital is a partner for entrepreneurs that drive global innovation.Investment PolicyCyberAgent Capital constantly seeks for the next global innovation.We invest in venture companies in Internet-related businesses with outstanding global market potential led by entrepreneurs with excellent management leadership.Fields and StagesWe specialize in the growing Internet-related industry.Operating under the theme of being a partner for entrepreneurs and venture companies, we actively finance venture companies at various stages from the seed stage where entrepreneurs are just starting up their businesses to the early stages where their semces are starting to gain momentum.
Cyberjaya
Cyberjaya
Malaysia | Technology Park
Cyberjaya. A space for startups to create and innovate; for students to pursue dreams of changing lives with technology; for tech giants to make new discoveries; for small businesses to conquer the world one market at a time. For creative, entrepreneurial minds, it was going to be the place to call home. The idea for a high-tech city akin to the Silicon Valley stemmed from a study on the setting up of the MSC Malaysia by management consultancy McKinsey & Co in 1995. Cyberjaya would be the core of MSC Malaysia, a designated zone where technology entrepreneurs and global multinationals enjoy attractive tax breaks, access to world-class human capital and infrastructure, at developing nation costs. The ambitious project would spearhead Malaysia’s transformation into a new knowledge economy, one that would be better able to compete on the world stage.Under the lead of Cyberview Sdn Bhd as the Cybercity Manager, a supportive and supple ecosystem was developed to attract investors. This included providing a collaborative environment and incentives such as competitive rental rates, flexible repayment schemes, building allowances, and customised solutions for investors based on their business requirements, budget, and growth plans. With all systems in place, the next step of the strategy was simple, on paper at least: Woo the big tech players to settle in.
Daedeok Innopolis
Daedeok Innopolis
Technology Park
Daedeok Innopolis, formerly known as Daedeok Science Town, is the research and development district in the Yuseong-gu district in Daejeon, South Korea.In 1973, government of South Korea embarked on the construction of a public research complex in the Daedeok area, to improve the effectiveness of national R&D investments through the geographical concentration of national R&D assets in one place.Numerous R&D outcomes that laid the cornerstone for South Korea’s economic leapfrogging were generated from Daedeok Research Complex. Some exemplary cases include the development of the world’s largest 4M DRAM and the world’s first commercial use of CDMA technologies.In correspondence to enhanced maturity of private sector R&D capability in the 2000s, the focus of the national R&D strategy has gradually shifted from strong government initiative to the rigorous ecosystem of public-private partnerships for sustainable growth.In such a light, Daedeok Research Complex was formally expanded to Daedeok INNOPOLIS in 2005, which was modelled after a regional innovation cluster connecting R&D, technology commercialization, and industrial production. Furthermore, the INNOPOLIS model has been exported to other regional hubs.At present, there are total 5 INNOPOLISes across the country.
Danen Ventures
Danen Ventures
China | Venture Capital
Danen Ventures focus on high-growth field, our experts are poring over: IT and Internet, renewable energy and environmental, advanced manufacturing industry, biotechnology and medical Science, and health care. Among all these fields, we are making efforts to find technologies and business models with disruptive innovations. The core factor of all businesses is team. We strongly hope team founders have high forward-looking insight and rich industrial experiences and resources, and also extremely strong civilian spirit with an open and inclusive mind.
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