Director General of IDB Leads Delegation to Taichung to Exchange Ideas on Industrial Transformation with Local Business Operators
Organization: Industrial Development Bureau, MOEA Publish Date: 2016-11-29 13:54
Dr. Ming-ji Wu, Director General of the IDB, led an industrial upgrading and transformation service team to Taichung on November 22 to convene a service-mission meeting with representatives of the local government and business associations to discuss the practice of upgrading and transforming local industries, and to listen to business operators' thoughts on such matters. The delegation also visited two local star businesses: Mobiletron, whose products include electronic control components for engine, transmission and automotive safety systems, ranks number 1 in the global market; and VVG Something, a business that incorporates the aesthetics of everyday living into the business operations of a combined bookstore and restaurant.
In this service mission meeting, the Traditional Industry Central Sub-group and the Service Industry Sub-group presented the practice of industrial counseling and the promotional results. Mobiletron, which utilizes ICT technology to increase the added value of automotive products, was invited to showcase the results of the evolution from the Internet of Vehicles to the Mobile Office; and Delta Electronics, a company that transformed from automation to intellectualization, was invited to share its experience on smart manufacturing. Representatives of local industries also offered recommendations on industrial development as a reference for subsequent promotion of industrial innovation, upgrading and transformation.
VVG-something, whose business model demonstrates VVG Something's unique aesthetics, has adopted a franchised, yet non-duplicating method that blends innovation and fun ideas into a conventional business model. The site of the afternoon visit was VVG Play Play, located at the Taichung Opera House, a store space featuring unique and composite businesses. Its multi-angle, cross-domain operation is a mix of bookstore, restaurant, and cultural creative space with aesthetic art, and each space has its own style.