Opportunities for venture firms, universities, and research institutes in the EU to conduct knowledge transfer with Japanese counterparts in nine digital technology areas
The purpose of this report is to show a map of opportunities for venture firms, universities and research institutes in the EU to conduct knowledge transfer with Japanese counterparts in nine digital technology areas: automated driving technology, cybersecurity, fintech (financial technology), blockchain technology, edtech (education technology), martech (marketing technology), game, IT for fashion business, and IT for art and music business.
Photonics for life science and industrial manufacturing, business and cooperation opportunities in Japan
Japan is still a very relevant market for photonics with a 30% global market share (2015) including overseas' production. This report aims at giving EU SMEs the market intelligence to make better-informed decisions when entering the Japanese market. It includes overviews on several topics, among which: the photonics market, Japanese photonics companies and distributors, research funding and public procurement opportunities, relevant events in Japan.
Opportunities for Cooperation between EU and Japan on Biotechnology in Healthcare: Japan Bioventures Landscape
Japan is one of the major countries that European biotech companies target in their expansion when it comes to internationalisation. This report intends to be a useful source of information for European SMEs and clusters considering potential cooperation with Japan. Report written by Esther Rodergas in the framework of the Minerva Fellowship Programme.
Cybernetica AS - EE ''European companies need to gain insights into peculiarities of the Japanese business culture'' Cybernetica is an R&D company in the field of ICT, a developer and manufacturer of hardware and software systems, a system integrator and information security competence center.
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