Thank you very much for your time, really. We’ll keep in touch.
We have to take that into account…
I didn’t know you can do that in a rice cooker.
I’m going to send it to my mama. They have rice cookers. [laughs] And my sister, they all have rice cooker. My family and friends have rice cooker.
All the ages…
…and everybody’s wondering how they’re going to do with the mask.
Everybody in France is getting out of confinement you know now…
Now we don’t have those facilities and capabilities. If we have any other areas and need your support one way or another, we maybe contact Joel, and see how we can basically benefit from your branding, if I may say? [laughs]
The godmother of this initiative?
Could we say you are the…How do we say in English? Patronage?
Really, basically, we’d love you to use your…
[laughs] This is very fast and efficient.
…a interview or comment, and basically if you could share your vision about that, what you think that brings value, etc.?
If we do any online lunch or whatever…
If that’s something that we need just patronage, we could use your Flickr, right?
To really reinforce this Taiwan initiative, this Taiwan taste, like startup island, really in terms of branding, have a special home page, default any page, etc., do you think it’s possible or would you consider to be a kind of patronage us?
We want Taiwan to stay at the heart of this initiative and, of course, open to everybody. We had this idea that we’d love to have, because we think you’re really emblematic of Taiwan Tech, Startup Nations, so we’d love to have…If you think this is initiative that really matches ...
It’s open, its initiative it’s Taiwan, French Tech Taiwan. What we want, because we are lovers of Taiwan, is to really advocate and market Taiwan to the rest of the world. The idea we have is it’s going to be open, because you know it has to be a open ...
It has to be, too, and to-date. It’s well-perceived.
It’s the first thing people would think about before they decide to go somewhere, before salary, before anything. Definitely that. Then you are saying that this is the one that it’s the most…
Honestly, in the next coming months, travels in Europe…Honestly, for scale-up, it really makes sense. I think what Taiwan have done in managing the crisis, it’s something that the world deserve to see because it’s the safest place in the world for the moment.
I think that’s what’s happening in my startup. I’m thinking about setting up some…which I was not because I had gone in Paris. I’m starting to think about hiring talent here and having my experts from the developers flying for some missions to train people here, definitely.
Those are basically the location where you could rotate to visit a different message for different types…
Would be nice.
Audrey. Yeah, because international means not France, but if it’s a remote work, it could also be France, so anywhere is the most inclusive [laughs] of all. Twitter just tells its employee to work anywhere forever. [laughter] Anywhere is the space, forever is the time.
We have it France, international, anywhere. Nice.
Definitely it makes sense.
Yeah, because we started that before the…
We discuss that actually. This is part of the next version.
That’s a good point. We are going to do that, [laughs] because this is the COVID touch, so work remotely definitely it’s…
Yeah, it could be.
Definitely. I think it’s an issue for…
We need to improve the UI.
It’s the first version that we’re going to improve over time.
Wondering, honestly, we’re curious about how they see Europe and France now as a tech hub, and would they be willing to go there. That could be things we are also interested to find out from the qualitative survey.
Before is Euro-West, now is…
I think this survey will also give us thoughts about…
Also with this COVID situation, honestly, we have a question. We say, “Is Taiwanese talent, and how do they see France now? How do they see Europe?” Maybe it’s changed.
Yeah, pivoted, yes.
It’s part of the talent tour.
Yeah, it’s awesome.
We also have the APAC Director so that the Taiwanese talent can really ask questions and have different angle and understanding about Devialet as a group, and Devialet’s strategy in APAC so that they can really have these…