The EU-Japan Centre launches the EU-Japan Technology Transfer Helpdesk, a new service aimed at supporting EU and Japanese companies and individuals in their steps to search for and acquire technologies, as well as bridging the knowledge gap about current available technologies from both Japan and the EU.

The service, operational since February 2016, is backed by a web portal http://www.eu-jp-tthelpdesk.eu which will provide general content about intellectual property rights, their use and possible monetization options. Webinars, videos, and presentations are intended to make this new service a must-see for implementing open innovation practices within EU and Japanese companies.

The service is dedicated to:

  • European companies, universities, and research institutions
  • Japanese companies, universities, and research institutions
  • Japanese and European individuals working for the above entities

Webinars are organised within the framework of the Technology Transfer Helpdesk. See events section for more details. 

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