Join the British Embassy Tokyo's Smart Energy Week Trade Mission to Japan in 2016. Attending World Smart Energy Week will provide you with invaluable opportunities to present your products and services to a broad range of senior industry representatives.
Background to the Event
The British Embassy Tokyo will be hosting a UK pavilion at Smart Energy Week 2nd to 4th March 2016 at Tokyo Big Site. The Expo overall is expecting around 80,000 visitors and you will have access to a broad range of senior industry representatives to whom you can present your products/services. A trade mission will be organised in the week of 29 February which includes a seminar held at the British Embassy Tokyo and one to one meetings with various companies.
- World Smart Energy Week is a comprehensive energy show, consisting of 9 theme-based exhibitions including Energy Market Liberalisation Expo, Wind Expo, Rechargeable Battery Expo, Fuel Cell Expo, PV Expo, Eco Building Expo and Biomass Expo.
- World Smart Energy Week is the biggest trade fair in the energy sector in Japan. This international event is exhibited at by both domestic and international players. In 2015, 1,513 companies from 28 countries exhibited at the show, which was attended by 71,665 visitors.
- The British Embassy Tokyo will host a UK pavilion there to showcase the UK's capabilities in the energy sector to Japanese companies.
- Among the 9 subsectors, the British Embassy will focus on Energy Market Liberalisation. Having experienced liberalisation of the energy market back in the 1990s, the UK has accumulated the relevant capabilities in this area.
Trade Mission to World Smart Energy Week Tokyo 2016 Programme in Tokyo (subject to change)
Sunday 28 February
Arrive in Tokyo
Monday 29 February
AM Mission Briefing at the British Embassy Tokyo
PM Seminar and Networking reception/One to one meetings
Tuesday 1 March
One to one meetings and/or company calls or your own arrangement
Wednesday 2 March to Friday 4 March
World Smart Energy Week 2016 at Tokyo Big Sight / One to one meetings
Fee: Participation in this trade mission will cost £420 (excluding VAT).
More tailored support can be provided under a chargeable service called Overseas Market Introduction Services (OMIS). More information here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/overseas-market-introduction-service
Travel expenses (flight and accommodation) should be covered by mission delegates.
Application Deadline: 29 January 2016
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