Startup Nations Atlas of Policies

The Startup Nations Atlas of Policies (SNAP) is a compendium of public sector policies and programs. SNAP serves as a tool for policymakers, advisors and opinion leaders to learn about previously implemented. policy models, articulated entrepreneurship strategies, and/or designsof public-sector-supported  programs.

Deputy Director
Ecuador

In October 2014, the Alliance for Entrepreneurship and Innovation of Ecuador (AEI), a public, private and academic organization devoted to improve the conditions for entrepreneurs and innovators in Ecuador, launched the "2020 Strategy for an Entrepreneurial and Innovative Country". This proposal

Promotion manager
Spain

Enisa promotes the creation, growth and consolidation of Spanish SMEs, actively participating in the financing of viable and innovative business projects and stimulating the venture capital market through participative loans. Enisa is a state-owned company that falls under management of the General

The Philippine startup ecosystem is fairly young but it has seen rapid growth and development in producing technology-based companies. It is an opportune time for the country to boost this sector by developing entrepreneurs and creating businesses that can contribute to economic prosperity. The

Chief Expert, Support Scheme Design Unit, Analysis and Strategy Department
Poland

Poland Prize is a programme inviting foreign startups to start activity in Poland. Its objective is to effectively include foreign economic operators in the Polish startup ecosystem. The programme combines the idea of acceleration and soft landing for startups and puts a special emphasis on

SME Policy and stakeholder outreach
Poland

See Communication of the Commission 'Europe's New Leaders' - The Start- and Scaleup Initiative (attached).

In order to promote social innovation in Taiwan, MOEA started to provide measures related to social innovation from 2014. In the beginning, SMEA encouraged existed social enterprises constituted a social enterprise networking. In 2017, for further encouraging entrepreneurs to solve social problems

For encourage entrepreneurs propose more aggressively innovation, within the range of the field provides certain safety and risk control, the chapter would provide clarification of legality of SME’s research and development activities.

To upgrade the nation’s financial sector by granting technology firms more leeway when experimenting with innovative financial services. The Taiwan version of Financial Technology Innovation Sandbox.

In 1999, to encourage and assist domestic small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to engage in active technology research and innovation or product development, SBIR program launched. SBIR program encourages SMEs to carry out active innovation and helps expand private-sector investment in R&D so

The Taiwan startup ecosystem has been always open to the world. In 2015, the government introduced the specific measure, Taiwan Entrepreneur Visa, to more welcome the innovative international talents and entrepreneurs. Taiwan launched the Entrepreneur Visa in order to attract foreign entrepreneurs