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2022-09-29NEW

Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs No. 442 443 SBIR Steering Committee, Approved the subsidies for 19 SBIR Projects

The Small and Medium Enterprise Administration(SMEA), Ministry of Economic Affairs(MOEA) organized the No. 442 443 Steering Committee for the Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) in which it reviewed and passed subsidies for innovative technology/service research projects for 6 projects in the electronic sector, 2 project in the information communications sector, 2 projects in the machinery sector, 5 project in the consumer goods and chemical industries sector, 2 projects in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector, 2 projects in the services and culture creativity sector, totaling 19 projects proposed by SMEs. SMEA stated that the projects passed in the No. 442 443 SBIR Steering Committee has increased the subsidized companies' investments in R&D expenditures by NTD 34.612million. They are expected to motivate SMEs in investing more R&D human resources. The SBIR is promoted to incentivize and assist R&D activities for SMEs to achieve sustainable development and growth. It also seeks to establish a comprehensive industry system based on the R&D outcomes and promote economic development in Taiwan. Since the SBIR was launched in February 1999, a total of 8,717innovation and research projects have been executed. The government has provided subsidies of over NTD 13,183.105 million and motivated NTD 24,176.773 million in investments by SMEs. The SBIR has made significant contributions to elevating the technology proficiency of SMEs, and facilitating the international competitiveness and transformation of domestic industries.Program Service Hotline: 0800-888-968; Project Website: http://www.sbir.org.tw

2022-08-24

Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs No. 439、440 SBIR Steering Committee,Approved the subsidies for 15 SBIR Projects

The Small and Medium Enterprise Administration(SMEA), Ministry of Economic Affairs(MOEA) organized the No. 439、440 Steering Committee for the Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) in which it reviewed and passed subsidies for innovative technology/service research projects for 5 projects in the machinery sector, 4 project in the information communications sector, 2 project in the consumer goods and chemical industries sector, 3 projects in the services and culture creativity sector, 1 projects in the digital transformation sector, totaling 15 projects proposed by SMEs.SMEA stated that the projects passed in the No. 439、440 SBIR Steering Committee has increased the subsidized companies' investments in R&D expenditures by NTD 25.8million. They are expected to motivate SMEs in investing more R&D human resources. The SBIR is promoted to incentivize and assist R&D activities for SMEs to achieve sustainable development and growth. It also seeks to establish a comprehensive industry system based on the R&D outcomes and promote economic development in Taiwan.Since the SBIR was launched in February 1999, a total of 8,698innovation and research projects have been executed. The government has provided subsidies of over NTD 13,160.1 million and motivated NTD 24,142.251 million in investments by SMEs. The SBIR has made significant contributions to elevating the technology proficiency of SMEs, and facilitating the international competitiveness and transformation of domestic industries.Program Service Hotline: 0800-888-968; Project Website: http://www.sbir.org.tw

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