February 11, 2021: Report: Smart Farming Technology in Japan and Opportunities for EU Companies (*registration is required to access the report)

EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation provides an interesting report “Smart Farming Technology in Japan and Opportunities for EU Companies”. There is also a Webinar “Smart Farming technology in Japan and Opportunities for EU Companies” planned on March 2, focusing on the given issues.

Please keep in mind that this report is only accessible to EU companies which are registered to the EU Business in Japan website. If you are not yet a member, please register here: http://www.eubusinessinjapan.eu/user/register.

About the Report 

Facilitated by EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), the Japanese market offers interesting opportunities for European small and medium-sized enterprises 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 report provides interested European SMEs with a sophisticated insight into the opportunities and key success factors for the Japanese smart farming market.

About the Experts

Johanna Schilling, Senior Project Manager, ECOS GmbH. Johanna Schilling has been a project manager at ECOS since 2000 and became senior project manager and authorized person in 2006. Over more than 20 years, Johanna has obtained experience especially in the fields of research, market entry consulting, management training and the organization of international conferences and trade missions.

Nils Temmen is Project Manager at ECOS since 2015. His focus at ECOS is on Project and Event Management in the Area of Energy and Sustainable Technologies as well as in Business Consulting of German and Japanese clients in the areas of E-Mobility, Environmental Technologies and Energy Technologies.

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