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“How to Set Up a Business in Taiwan” A Workshop Series from FutureWard

Updated: Jan 5, 2022

We at All Hands are happy to share a series of workshops this month on how to set up a business in Taiwan by our partners at FutureWard. This series will provide integral information that foreign entrepreneurs will need to know in the process of starting their businesses in Taiwan.

Each event in the series addresses questions that FutureWard and All Hands often get approached with: ‘What are the visa options for foreigners?’ ‘What are the legal requirements of starting a business?’  ‘What is the deal with filing company and individual Tax?’

Attendees can expect precise answers that will clear up confusion and misinformation that too often surrounds these topics courtesy of professionals who work directly with each topic. The workshops will also offer a great chance to network with a community who have shared interests in building a thriving business in Taiwan.

Please register on ACCUPASS (links below) – event tickets are NT$150 each and NT$100 if you bring a friend. Find the relevant Facebook event pages for each workshop at the bottom of this article. Here is a summary of each of the events in the series.

Promotinoal Image for the first workshop in the series

Workshop 1: Visa options for Foreigners (April 9)

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The speaker for this event will be Jung Chang, Co-Founder of ProJoy Immigration.

These topics will be addressed in her presentation:

1.) Status of Foreign Professionals in Taiwan – Eligibilities – Application process (brief intro) – The employment Gold Card

2.) The Entrepreneur Visa – Main highlights of the Entrepreneur visa – Application process (brief intro) – Eligibilities

3.) Other Options – Investment schemes – Working holidays – Job seeking Visa

A brief bio:

Jung started her career as an expert in investor relations in the US. She then worked in Hong Kong for more than ten years, focusing on helping listing companies to bridge their valuation gaps in the capital market through effective communication. She founded Projoy in 2018 as she has seen growing interests from foreign communities to consider Taiwan as an ideal place for business, investment, and career development. She believes her expertise in capital markets and communication can better help her current clients to achieve their goals when leveraging their career mobility, thus marking significant changes in their lives.