ADS Japan Briefing – 20th March

As part of our on-going commitment to making UK SMEs aware of events, activities and opportunities that might encourage and facilitate overseas defence/security business, I am pleased to draw your attention to the following opportunity. 
ADS is planning to host a UK Pavilion at this year’s Japan Aerospace exhibition, which is due to take place on Wednesday 28 to Friday 30 November 2018 at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center in Tokyo, Japan. To assist British companies to make an informed decision on whether to participate in this event, we are planning a half-day briefing on the Japanese market, both generally, and specifically in relation to the Japanese aerospace, defence and security sectors which is taking place on Tuesday 20 March
Provisional Agenda
09:30    Arrival and Coffee
10:00    Welcome (ADS)
10:05    The Role of JETRO (JETRO)
10:20    Overview of the Japanese Aerospace Market (Stuart Hatch, DIT)
10:40    Overview of the Japanese Defence Market (James Evans, DSO)
10:55    ADS’ Plans for a UK National Pavilion at Japan Aerospace (Robin Reed, ADS)
11:05    Tea/Coffee Break
11:20    Practical Experiences of dealing with Japanese companies (Gregg Rubinstein)
12:20    Doing Business with Japan (Simon Chelton, Cheltons Consulting)
12:50    Open Forum Q&A
13:00    Close and Disperse
Benefits of Attending
  • This event will provide some basic guidance on the steps that need to be considered by UK firms who want to do business with Japan;
  • An opportunity to hear about the all-important business culture which non-Japanese companies need to understand and be aware of;
  • This event will provide some practical case studies on how other international firms have sought to do business with Japan, and the best practice lessons that they have learnt.
To book your attendance, please click here.
If you have any queries please contact Tamsin Thorn: E:  T:  DD: +44 (0)20 7091 4516 / M:+44 (0)7500 926 923

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