Taiwanese startups you should know about: Part 1

A vibrant startup sector has taken hold of Taiwan, fueled by friendly government policies and Taiwan's private sector capabilities in emerging high-tech fields like blockchain. In part one of a five part series we look at Appier, an artificial intelligence platform making waves in analysing consumer behaviour.

Taiwanese startups you should know about: Part 1

Taiwanese startup Appier develops artificial intelligence platforms that help businesses study consumer behaviour and make marketing decisions. Co-founded in Taipei in 2012 by current CEO Chih-Han Yu, COO Winnie Lee and CTO Joe Su, it went on to close series A, B and C funding rounds, raising around US$82 million in total funding.

Sequoia Capital was an early investor, and later rounds included Japanese giant SoftBank Group, South Korean internet firm Naver...

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