NanoCanada Mission to Tokyo

February 13th – 16th, 2018

NanoCanada invites you to join us in a trade mission to Tokyo, Japan.  Nano tech Japan is one of the largest technology conferences and exhibitions in the world.  Last year over 53,000 visitors attended from 23 different countries.  This is NanoCanada’s third time bringing a delegation to this event and having a large Canadian pavilion at the exhibition.

The pavilion will be designed such that business to business meetings can be held and demonstrations of materials and instrumentation can take place. We plan to build on the success from last year and make this an even more successful event for those joining us.

Additional value-added programming will include a seminar well as strategic business-to-business meetings.  Networking opportunities are available with organizations visiting Japan from all over the world and not just limited to Japanese organizations.

Travel and related costs

Please note: to receive approval for funding in time, companies should submit their application as soon as possible.

Eligible Canadian companies can apply for funding from CanExport.

Eligible Canadian researchers from private companies, universities and non-government research centres can apply for funding from Going Global Innovation.

Alberta companies can also apply for funding under the Alberta Export Support Fund.

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.

Deadline to apply

If you are interested in participating, please contact Janice Warkentin at before November 30th, 2017.

We look forward to your participation in this mission!