Business Opportunities in the European Union 2015

ontario chamber of commerceThe International Trade Branch, Government of Ontario, in partnership with the Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce Inc.the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Digital Media Networkinvites you to participate in the seminar:

Business Opportunities in the European Union 2015
Tuesday, December 1, 2015, Kitchener

This seminar will give you the opportunity to obtain practical information on how to:

  • conform products technology devices and industrial equipment to  European standards and technical requirements, such as CE marking
  • commercialize your R&D
  • structure technology partnerships
  • identify public and private procurement opportunities for technology, services and goods
  • prepare competitive bids
  • identify key business partners

The seminar is targeted to:

  • Ontario manufacturers; and
  • companies that own proprietary technology and/or develop value-added technology solutions in Ontario.

Workshop 1:  European mandatory certification for technology devices and industrial equipment: How to reduce costs and liability risk

Of interest to senior executives, and product and business development managers from IT and advanced manufacturing companies, as well as aerospace, automotive, cleantech, and oil & gas companies.

Workshop 2:   Selling to the public sector and large corporations in Europe: How to get started and get the deal

Of  interest, among others, to senior executives and business development management of companies that sell technology, goods or services to the public sector, public utility companies, healthcare institutions and large corporations.

Workshop 3: The outward bound: How to successfully navigate technology transactions with European partners

Of  interest to entrepreneurs and senior executives of companies that own IP and are considering entering in technology transfer agreements to better access the European market.

For detailed information on the program and registration:

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Registration is limited to 25 people per workshop.

Priority will be given to Ontario manufacturers and companies that own proprietary technology and/or develop value-added technology solutions in Ontario.

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