Gabriele Seewald was born in Austria, where she got her degree in Tourism Management and her master in Arts in Intellectual Communications. She arrived to Beijing in 2001 to study Mandarin, and after that decided to move to Hong Kong, where she met her husband. After they both visited Taiwan with their children they decided to live there. Besides Gabriele established her own company which helps to bring intelligence and latest technologies to create a sustainable well-being. As a founder of REJUVENATE Gabriele has a vision that Taiwanese society will benefit a lot from education, experience and practice on how to re-energize our bodies, keep mental freedom and rejuvenate our organization. REJUVENATE is the first company in Taiwan, established and 100% owned by a foreign female entrepreneur. The team is international and the communication is conducted in Mandarin Chinese, English, German, French. The Business Model and Company Structure are built on the values of collaboration and the intelligence of nature.
Ocean Liu is the founder of Adenovo Tech, a company that dedicates its focus on the idea of Connected Car and IoT. By integrating software, hardware, cloud computing and big data analysis, Adenovo aims to provide intelligent automotive solutions.
Ocean was born in Taiwan where auto parts manufactures have established a strong presence. After graduating from university in the U.S. and Russia, he decided to start his own business in Russia rather than North America or his home country Taiwan. He established Adenovo Inc. in Moscow, and within just 4 years the company grew to become the largest distributor of car accessories in Russia and Easter Europe. Ocean went back to Taiwan in 2014 hoping to utilize his experience and combine local resources to advance the automobile technology into a new era.
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