EU Japan Center Webinars
The Market for Biogas Plants in Japan and Opportunities for EU Companies, 02.03.2021
The Market for Biogas Plants in Japan and Opportunities for EU Companies, 09.03.2021
Smart Farming Technologie in Japan und Chancen für EU Unternehmen
What business opportunities does the Japanese Smart Farming Technology market offer to European SMEs?
Facilitated by EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), the Japanese market offers interesting opportunities for European small and medium-sized enterprises especially in the field of soil cultivation and harvest preparation/ cultivation technologies such as drones and other precision farming solutions, a market sector which is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years. However, when entering the Japanese market, specific challenges need to be considered carefully. This webinar will provide interested European SMEs with a sophisticated insight into the opportunities and key success factors for the Japanese smart farming market.
At the webinar ECOS presented its report on Smart Farming in Japan:
Johanna Schilling, Tel.: +49 541 911 909 90, E-Mail: email@example.com
The Market for Biogas Plants in Japan and Opportunities for EU Companies
What business opportunities does the Japanese biogas market offer for EU SMEs? What are the main challenges for a successful market entry?
When entering the Japanese market, some specific barriers to biogas plant operations and challenges need to be carefully considered. This webinar will provide interested European SMEs with insight into the opportunities and key success factors for successfully entering the Japanese biogas plant market.
The webinar is aimed at EU companies looking to establish or strengthen their position in the Japanese biogas market.
On behalf of the EU Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation, ECOS has prepared a report on the market for biogas in Japan:
Report: Market for biogas plants in Japan and Chances for EU companies
During the webinar on 09.03.2021, ECOS presented its report on Smart Farming in Japan:
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Peter Beck, Tel.: +49 541 911 909 90, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org