Knowledge and ideas have become the key resources that the industrialized economies of the 21st century depend on. As governments around the globe are promoting innovation to increase their competitiveness, seeking promising ideas abroad and attracting international startups – or in other words knowledge and technology transfer – have become increasingly important. What kind of hurdles need to be overcome in Germany and Japan to transfer promising ideas and technology between the countries? What kind of support is available in Germany and Japan for startups and entrepreneurs who want to expand into the other country?
In the next DWIH Coffee Talk on March 2, four experts and practitioners from the field of Technology Transfer and Startup Support in Japan and Germany will discuss these questions: Keisuke Kamitani (Kozo Keikaku Engineering Inc.), Georg Löer (NRW.Global Business Japan), Miho Tanaka (Shibuya Startup Support) and Dr. Kim Zietlow (Germany Trade & Invest).
After the one hour panel discussion (17:00-18:00 JST / 09:00-10:00 CET), all registered participants are invited to join an online networking in breakout rooms to meet the speakers and discuss further questions (18:00-18:30 JST / 10:00-10:30 CET).
- Invitation to: 3rd Japanese-German-French AI Symposium (Oct 27&28, Miraikan, Tokyo) 1 October 2022
- Invitation to the seminar of October 20th on: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN EU AND JAPANESE IP LAW 30 September 2022
- 2022 EJEA International Conference: CALL FOR PAPER: “Innovation and Action for Managing Urgent Future Local and Global Issues and Domains in Japan and Europe” 10 September 2022
- Upcoming Webinars About Japan in September 2 September 2022
- Digital Learning in School Education: Perspectives from Japan, France, and Germany”, on-site symposium (in Berlin), September 16, JDZB 19 August 2022
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