Issuing authority: Department of Economic Development, Taipei City Government
Contact Person: Section Chief Xu Yuna
Contact Information: 1999 (02-27208889 in other counties and cities) to 6557
With the impact of the severe special infectious pneumonia (COVID-19) epidemic coming quickly and violently, economic development and mass consumption are all affected. Especially Taipei City, as a political and economic center of Taiwan, is faced with more severe insufficient consumption kinetic energy, Financial market turmoil and other risks, how to assist enterprises to face the industrial changes in the post-epidemic situation, the Department of Economic Development, Taipei City Government will be on July 6, 109 (Monday) at 1:00 p.m. in the Mandarin Oriental Taipei-Mandarin Plaza (Taipei) No. 158, Dunhua North Road, Songshan District, City) organized the "Taipei Post-Economic Transformation Economic Forum", and registration is open from now to July 1st. Enterprises are welcome to participate (https://forms.gle/EKxQ7oUKHtoHBptY8).
At the beginning of the outbreak at the beginning of the year, the Taipei City Government made the final decision on February 17 to propose the relevant relief and revitalization measures based on the principles of "rent reduction, tax extension, preferential interest and revitalization", which will be implemented on March 1 and follow-up More rolling review and amendments, on April 10, nine short-term relief measures including tax extension, rent reduction, price reduction, preferential interest, subsidies, tax reduction, rent extension, rent suspension and labor relief were fully implemented. The hemostasis effect helps citizens and businesses to reduce operational burden and related losses, and to overcome the epidemic situation together.
With the recent slowdown of the domestic epidemic situation and the gradual loosening of relevant epidemic prevention regulations, the Taipei City Government has begun to plan various industrial revitalization plans simultaneously to restore vitality to the enterprise's "blood transfusion and oxygen supply" as soon as possible and revitalize Taipei's industrial and economic activities. Mayor Ke Wenzhe even believed that the epidemic was quietly changing the course of economic development. How to "transform" has become a problem faced by the public sector or private enterprises. All walks of life should regard the crisis as a turning point, use digitalization to strengthen their management physique, and find a way of survival for sustainable development.
In view of this, the "Taipei Post-Economic Transformation Economic Forum" will focus on "new business models under digital transformation", "smart payment accelerates the popularization of smart retail", "a paradigm shift of zero-touch economy" and "talents for building a new vision of the capital", etc. Four major themes, invite industry, government, and academia experts to share valuable experiences to encourage companies in Taipei to seize the opportunity to be brave in "overtaking on corners" and establish a "crisis is turning point" mentality, specifically pursuing new life, new economy, and new value in the post-epidemic era If you have any questions about the forum, you can call 02-2581-6196 ext. 620, and someone will be at your service. For more related activities of the Department of Economic Development, Taipei City Government, please visit the official website of the Department of Economic Development, Taipei City Government (https://www.doed.gov.taipei/).