Talent Circulation Alliance


The Talent Circulation Alliance (TCA) is a public-private partnership that facilitates the circulation of talent between Taiwan and like-minded partners, with the goal of cultivating a deep pool of capable, internationally-integrated, and digitally savvy professionals.

It was founded as a partnership between AIT and the Taiwan Authorities, including the Ministry of Economic Affairs Industrial Development Bureau, and is implemented by the Institute for the Information Industry.  

The TCA was officially announced on April 16, 2019 at the U.S.-Taiwan Women’s Economic Empowerment Summit.

Goals of the TCA

Upcoming TCA events

Types of programs

The TCA has dozens of public and private sector partners, who together organize three types of programs

TCA events

In addition to partner-organized programs, every year the TCA organizes a series of major events

Talent Circulation Summit

Brings together all of the TCA stakeholders to explore the latest talent exchange, cultivation, and networking opportunities.

TCA International Job Fair

Taiwan’s largest international job fair connecting international companies with internationally-oriented talent.

TCA Women’s Empowerment Expo

Showcases international opportunities for women’s empowerment.

TCA Digital Society Summit

The Digital Society Summit brings together international experts to look beyond the technology to how changes will reshape society.

TCA White Paper

The TCA publishes an annual White Paper which identifies the administrative, regulatory, and legal obstacles to the circulation of talent between Taiwan and other like-minded economies and proposes practical solutions.

The TCA engages with all relevant stakeholders to solicit their input on how best to accomplish TCA goals.

Join the TCA Community

The TCA is growing, and we want you to be part of that growth. Get updates about new partners,  events, and resources. Join our community.

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