Below you can find our current Global Innovation Lab programs or explore our successful past programs.
Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Established in 2018
The Global Innovation Lab works with Aichi Prefecture in Japan to assess their startup ecosystem and recommend strategies for building a more robust startup ecosystem. Elements of the program include incubator development, startup business development, and entrepreneurship training.
Established in 2022
Texas Global is pleased to announce the launch of our inaugural ATX+Singapore Entrepreneurship program in Fall 2022. The goal of the program is to assist up-and-coming entrepreneurs who reside in Singapore by receiving training, insights, best practices and mentorship to elevate their business and techs. More than 40 small to medium-sized businesses in Singapore applied to be part of the program, and the top 10 businesses were selected to participate. These companies range from technologies and services via robotics, mobile apps, and video games to sustainability groups and med-tech.
City of Daejeon, South Korea
Established in 2013
Partnering with Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and the KAIST Center for Innovation Initiatives (KCI), the Global Innovation Lab has worked with local companies to perform market research and international business development resulting in over $3.5M in business deals for Korean innovators.
Hiroshima Entrepreneurship Program
Established in 2022
The Global Innovation Lab, along with the LBJ School of Public Affairs, work with Hiroshima University in Japan to assess their startup ecosystem and recommend strategies for building a more robust startup ecosystem. Elements of the program include: university incubator development, startup business development, and entrepreneurship training.
Jeollabuk Province and City of Jeonju, South Korea
Established in 2010
The Global Innovation Lab works strategically with Jeollabuk Province to build its capacity by identifying and mentoring promising technology companies and innovators. This program extended into the Capitol City of Jeonju and focuses on developing and expanding traditional businesses across the city.
Established in 2023
In partnership with the U.S. Consulate General Jeddah and Blossom Accelerator, Texas Global is pleased to announce the launch of our new program, the Saudi Women Entrepreneurs Networking and Mentorship Initiative. The program is designed to provide access to best practices and immersive learning opportunities while creating monthly networking sessions to connect Saudi women entrepreneurs with each other and with women entrepreneurs around the world.