Economic Trade Mission to Japan with Maarten Camps, secretary-general of Economic Affairs
Would you like to do business in Japan? Join the economic trade mission from 11 until 16 December 2016 under the supervision of Maarten Camps, Secretary-general of the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
The Japanese economy is booming again and the government is embarking on challenges to prepare Japan for the future. The area of cyber security is an important subject for Japan. They are working hard to digitalise the method of connecting the industry and society. Security of information is thus becoming increasingly important.
For more information about business opportunities in Japan about our previous item on Dutch companies and knowledge institutions who have formed a collaboration to secure Japan’s critical infrastructure during Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 (PIB Japan) browse here.
Target group: This mission in strictly open for companies and research institutes from the cybersecurity, Horticulture & Agrifood sectors.
Registration: Until Tuesday 26 October 2016.
Cost: Participation cost € 950 per company (maximum 2 participants). For extra participation, it will cos € 475 per person. To encourage the participation of female entrepreneurs, there is a discount of 50% for this specific target group until mid-March 2017 on the participation fee. Traveling, accommodation and interpretation costs are not included, that will be for your own account.
Contact: For more information about this economic trade mission, contact Jos Hermsen, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, T 088 602 1078, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org