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2020 NanoCanada Mission to Tokyo and Seoul

Thursday, September 12, 2019 – Posted in 

January 27th – February 4th, 2020

NanoCanada invites you to participate in a trade mission to Tokyo, Japan and Seoul, Korea. Nano tech Japan is one of the largest technology conferences and exhibitions in the world. Last year over 43,000 visitors attended with 481 exhibitors from 32 different countries exhibiting. The Canadian pavilion will be designed such that business to business meetings can be held and demonstrations of materials and instrumentation can take place.

The NanoCanada team leverages significant support from various provincial and federal organizations and has a strong international network. NanoCanada offers turn-key planning and handles the preparation and logistics before, during, and after missions. This mission includes a large Canadian pavilion at Nano tech Japan, translation of materials, social media promotion, translators at the exhibition, detailed itineraries, and coordination with federal and provincial teams.

Nano Tech 2020

Tentative Agenda

Date: January 27
Activity: Sector briefing, meeting with Canadian Trade Commissioners and Provincial officers and site visit.
Location: Tokyo, Japan

Date: January 28
Activity: Business to business meetings.
Location: Tokyo, Japan

Date: January 29-31
Activity: Nano tech Japan trade show and exhibition.
Location: Tokyo, Japan

Date: February 3
Activity: Site Visits.
Location: Seoul, Korea

Date: February 4
Activity:Business to business meetings at the Canadian Embassy in Seoul.
Location: Seoul, Korea

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