The event is jointly organised by EURAXESS Japan, the Technology Transfer Helpdesk of the EU-Japan Centre, and French Tech Tokyo in collaboration with Hello Tomorrow Challenge. It aims to bring together the community of innovation oriented researchers, students, engineers or start-uppers of Japan and allow them to network and learn about the European innovation landscape and how to find European investors to launch their activities, or to perform technology transfer operations.
It is a dual event, with a pitch contest in the morning — in collaboration with the Hello Tomorrow Challenge – and a seminar with talks from experts and pitch simulation in the afternoon. The afternoon seminar will provide attendees with all the crucial points to succeed in their innovation-related endeavors by looking at Europe’s potential. Here’s what you will gain by attending:
For more information and to register to this event, please visit http://www.eu-jp-tthelpdesk.eu/european-innovation-day-2017/
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