On the side is a list of the events NanoCanada has planned for the upcoming year. We would love to have you join us and/or forward the information along to any stakeholder you think would benefit from participating on one of our missions.
Also included on this list is NanoCanada’s first national conference being held together with CMC Microsystems. We value all stakeholder participation in this event, and look forward to sending you more information, soon so please save the date!
Why should I participate?
Here is what some of our members and stakeholders have to say:
The seamless and step-by-step planning of the mission, especially the design and management of NanoCanada booth, was certainly the result of your great work in the months prior to and during the exhibit at nanotech Japan 2017. The Japan mission and the interactions we had with potential customers and collaborators will definitely help us grow in Japan and international markets. I look forward to further collaboration with NanoCanada, and to join the Canadian pavilion in the future. – Hooman Hosseinkhannazer, Norcada
As always, the admin support/coordination was awesome and allowed us to get great exposure through the Canadian pavilion. Nothing of that would have been possible without the collaboration of NanoCanada. Lots of international networking with potential academic partners as well as new connections made within the Canadian participants. –Robert Gauvin, CQMF
NanoCanada was very well organized and extremely helpful. The support and the exposure for PyroGenesis was great and I wouldn’t change anything for next year! – Massimo Dattilo, PyroGenesis Canada Inc.
I really appreciate the exceptional planning work that was done by the NanoCanada team. The main value to us was that we were able to attend an international tradeshow, in an environment that is not fluent in English that was completely turn-key. This allowed us to focus on the commercial and relationship-building aspects of the mission. – Antoine Charbonneau, CelluForce
NanoCanada plays an important role in expanding NDS’s reach internationally by cultivating relationships with universities and industry leaders across the globe. – Babak Shokouhi, Nanodevice Solutions
Travel and related costs
Eligible Canadian companies can apply for funding from CanExport: http://international.gc.ca/canexport/index.aspx?lang=eng
Eligible Canadian researchers from private companies, universities and non-government research centres can apply for funding from Going Global Innovation:http://tradecommissioner.gc.ca/funding-financement/ggi-vmi/index.aspx?lang=eng
Alberta companies can also apply for funding under the Alberta Export Support Fund: http://www.alberta.ca/export-support-fund.aspx
Please note: to receive approval for funding in time, companies should submit their application as soon as possible.
Project related costs:
EUREKA – EUREKA brings together small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), large companies, research centres, universities, and other innovators from EUREKA countries to work together on market-driven industrial R&D. EUREKA coordinates national financial support from EUREKA countries for industry led projects involving multiple international partners (http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/about/global/eureka.html).
For more information or to confirm participation please contact:
Dr. Marie D’Iorio
External Relations Manager