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The World Nano-Economic Congress Singapore (WNEC Singapore) has confirmed the initial members of its speaker faculty. In the tradition of previous World Nano-Economic Congress events, the confirmed speakers represent an international “Who’s Who” of those involved in the commercial development of nanotechnology worldwide.
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Be sure to examine our Agenda to see what the WNEC Singapore will be offering!
The conference organizers of the event, Cientifica and the Economic Development Board of Singapore (www.edb.gov.sg), would also like to announce the initial Supporting Associations for the WNEC Singapore. These organizations represent some of the most influential industrial and academic associations involved in the development of nanotechnology in the Singapore region.
Materials Research Society of Singapore (www.mrs.org.sg)
Textile & Fashion Federation, Singapore (www.taff.org.sg)
Nanyang Technological University (www.ntu.ed.sg)
WNEC Singapore’s Co-Location with Singapore’s Largest Technology Event:
The WNEC Singapore will be co-located with Global Entrepolis @ Singapore Trade Show (GES) at the Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Center, which is Singapore’s largest technology trade event encompassing all areas of technology and its commercial development.
The WNEC Singapore is one of the “Industry Focus Conferences” of the GES Trade Show. To learn more about how the WNEC Singapore will be part of the GES Event, click here
The World Nano-Economic Congress (WNEC) is the one comprehensive event that brings together the thought leaders in science, government, and business to discuss the entire value chain of nanotechnology’s commercial development.
The unique focus of the WNEC is on the international, economic impact of nanotechnology on other industries, as well as the opportunities that nanotechnology provides investors and entrepreneurs.
The economic considerations and issues include:
For nanotechnology to succeed it has to make money and there is no better forum to get a clear roadmap on how this will be accomplished and what nanotechnology’s impact will be on various industries than the WNEC.
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