Integrating domestic and foreign resources, a curriculum map for smart green building vocational training is being developed to enhance the workforce and technical skills in the industry. The establishment of facilities and experimental environments facilitates collaborative research and development between the incubation center team and resident companies. Providing exhibition venues and an online matching platform, along with regularly organizing DEMO DAY presentation events, aims to offer market-oriented guidance. On the level of technology certification for research and development outcomes, a single-window service is expanded to cover consultation, management, business, legal, and experimental aspects, thereby broadening operations.
Strategic alliances are formed with other incubation partners to jointly carry out related nurturing activities. Collaboration with private angel investors and venture capitalists is leveraged. Through operational planning improvements, efforts are made to strengthen the matching relationships in the funding chain. The introduction of instructors with expertise in various fields is facilitated to assist in the nurturing process. Government subsidy resources are utilized to reduce business risks, and international cooperation resources are tapped into, with promotion through accelerator services.