Where to Network in March – Meetups, Conferences, and More
Updated: Jan 3, 2022
Each month All Hands share a post of events from around Taiwan. These events will span networking, professional learning, community gatherings, hiring, seminars, happy hours, and more. This will be a living list and is by no means comprehensive. If you know of a great event that should be included, please send us a message to let us know.
*Unless noted, most of these events are in Taipei and are in English, but we have not attended all of these series before. You should look into the event if you have any language concerns.
3/2 – Linux 核心設計: 作業系統術語及概念 – Linux webinar from a local expert – in Chinese but codes are universal languages, right? (Sharing because we get a lot of requests for programmer events.) (Free)
3/3-5 – Wind Energy Asia – The APAC Wind Energy Expo provides attendees the opportunity to join Taiwan’s first exhibition dedicated to supply chain development for Taiwan’s wind energy industry and provides a platform for companies to expand into neighboring markets such as Japan and South Korea, who are closely watching Taiwan as a likely blueprint for future development. (Free?)
3/3 – Sourcing Taiwan 2020 – Industry event focused on the sourcing of medical devices, smart systems, and ICT. Likely to be a very local event, but expect some international presence, especially from APAC. (Free)
3/4 – Android Code Club – This casual Android coding group meets weekly on Wednesdays. Feel free to bring your projects, seek advice or just come to talk shop.*This event is likely to be multi-lingual. (Free)
3/4 – AmCham 2020 Business Climate Survey Luncheon – At this special luncheon, AmCham will announce and analyze the results of its annual Business Climate Survey, including findings that can be used as a reference for the Taiwan government in setting economic policy. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the strengths and weaknesses of the business environment in Taiwan. The survey was sent to 400 voting representatives of member companies asking them to share their views. (AmCham Members NT$1,400; Non-Members NT$2,000)
3/5 – Becoming an Entrepreneur: The Ugly Truth– Looking for inspiration? Struggling with work-life balance? You are not alone. Join us on March 5, Thursday evening, and connect with like-minded people in the entrepreneur community. Ask questions and learn tips to make your journey to success more enjoyable. (Free)
3/5 – M! 講座: 東南亞 緬甸 Culture Night – Myanmar – There will be a talk about the culture of Myanmar hosted by AV Takao Montania, a student fraternity with German traditions at the National Sun Yat-Sen University in Kaohsiung. (Free)
3/5 – 2020 Taipei Real Estate Outlook – The BCCT and the Executive Centre (TEC) 2020 Real Estate Outlook will explore the macro-economic trends affecting the real estate sector in Taiwan. Mr. Steven Parker, CEO of the British Chamber of Commerce in Taipei (BCCT) will share his insights on the global economic outlook and Ms. Ping Lee, Head of Research for CBRE Taiwan, will discuss Occupier Strategy for the Taipei office market. (Free for BCCT Members; Non-Members NT$1,000)
3/6 – Global Taipei Dialogue – Taipei City Government will host this open dialogue about improving the foreign experience in Taiwan. It’s open to all, so be sure to register in advance and bring your talking points. (Free)