DREAM European Project: boosting opportunities in Japan, Canada and USA Markets
24-25 October 2023
In the framework of the DREAM European project that is coordinated by Pôle SCS, we are pleased to invite you to our DREAM series of online workshops sessions (24-25 October 2023) for discovering or increasing the knowledge of 3 strategic markets overseas Japan, Canada, USA, and providing strategic information, tips and tricks, tools, and contacts to access these markets.
With the participation of local experts from each of these countries, the agile sessions will increase your capability of understanding the current market situation, the local advanced manufacturing sector, the supportive policies, the trade and economic relationship and the cultural differences to successfully export there.
The online workshops are free of charge, and will be held in English:
• Japan: 24th of October 2023 from 10:00 to 12:00 CET
• Canada: 24th of October 2023 from 14:00 to 16:00 CET
• USA: 25th of October 2023 from 14:00 to 16:00 CET
The webinar link will be useful for all the 3 workshops: you will receive it 1 week before the event (we suggest including it in your calendar). For any additional information or support, you can get in contact with Alessia.
Japan is one of the most advanced and largest economies in the world and has a large and highly advanced manufacturing sector supported by the Japanese government : the Japanese government and manufacturing companies are aiming to boost the sector with important investments.
Canada, on another hand, is the ninth-largest economy in the world. Advanced manufacturing is strong in Canada due to a strong and established manufacturing base, government support, a world-leading education system and a leading global position in several key enabling technologies (sensors, machine vision, automation, AI, etc.). Canada presents unique export opportunities thanks to the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) and the supportive local policies.
And in the United States manufacturing accounts for $2.3 trillion in GDP, employs 12 million people, and supports hundreds of local economies. Moreover, in October 2022, the National Strategy for Advanced Manufacturing was release with the objective to grow the economy, create jobs, address climate change, enhance environmental sustainability and strengthen supply chains in the sector.