Call for applications for the next ICT mission to Japan

The Centre is currently inviting EU SMEs and clusters to apply for the next ICT mission to Japan in May.

- Mission dates: from 8 to 11 May 2018
- Application deadline: Thursday, 28 February (NEW Deadline)

The mission is organised on the fringes of the Japan "IT Week” this spring in Tokyo Big Sight, Japan (http://www.japan-it.jp/en/ ).

Participants will be able to exhibit in the Centre's booth and meet with Japanese visitors.
Additionnaly, a pre-arranged BtoB meeting event will be organised by the Centre one day before the fair. The online meeting platform will be available soon.

Prior to the mission, an online pre-departure briefing will be organised one month before participants’ departure to Japan.

More information on: https://www.eu-japan.eu/events/ict-cluster-sme-mission or contact Diane LULA at: d.lula@eu-japan.eu

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