September 2-4, 2015
Tokyo International Exhibition Center (Tokyo Big Sight)
To find out more visit the TIGS page.
Contact: Milton Kwock at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Note: date change
The Hawaii Pacific Export Council, through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration and in partnership with the Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism, is pleased to announce an upcoming event specially designed for Hawaii companies interested in exporting their products to the Japan market. Companies that participated in the JFW-International Fashion Fair and the Tokyo International Gift Show would benefit from attending this seminar.
Aaron Held, Commercial Attache with the U.S. Commercial Service – Tokyo has traveled to Honolulu from Tokyo to speak at this event. Mr. Held will discuss the next best steps for Hawaii companies interested in exporting their products into Japan. Mr. Held will focus on Apparel & Accessories, Value-added Food Products, Body Products and Gift Items.
Neighbor island participants: Audio streaming of the program will be provided for participants from the neighbor islands and for participants unable to attend the seminar in person! Please check the appropriate box on the registration form to be provided with the details for the audio streaming.
What: Export University 303: Post Trip Seminar
When: Thursday, October 17th, 9:00 am – 12:00 noon.
Where: Hawaii State Art Museum: First Floor Multipurpose Room
Parking: Public parking available at the Alii Place parking structure. Entrance to the parking structure is on Alakea Street on the Diamond Head side of the street just after Mandalay Restaurant. Limited metered parking is also available at Iolani Palace.
BONUS: Seminar is FREE for STEP-eligible companies! See registration form for details. Be sure to check both STEP-eligible boxes on your registration (otherwise the ‘Free’ option will remain hidden).
View the Export University 303 PDF.
Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration in partnership with the Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism.