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Canadian Consulate General Invites Industrial Collaboration at nanoTX’06
Posted on June 21, 2006
The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance is pleased to announce that the Canadian Consulate General will be exhibiting at nanoTX’06 on September 27-28, 2006 at the Dallas Convention Center (www.nanotx.biz/). The conference will feature Texas Governor Rick Perry who will make “dramatic” announcements on nanotechnology in Texas, internationally renowned investor H. Ross Perot, and 150 Nanotechnology speakers from 30 different countries.
The Canadian Consulate General will be contracting a 20 foot by 10 foot double booth-space which will be used as an information booth on nanotechnology in Canada. It will feature a display unit, background Canada wordmark, posters and table-space available for any Canadian entity which would like to have its nanotechnology booklet materials and business cards on display. The Consulate General will also record any queries and pass them along to participants for follow-up as well as collect business cards when material is handed out. The booth can also be used as a rendezvous point for any Canadian visitor, and if space allows, a meeting point with a table and chairs.
For more information or to send display materials, please contact:
David C Dix
Consul & Trade Commissioner (Science & Technology)
Canadian Consulate General
750 North St Paul Street, Suite 1700
Dallas, Texas, USA 75201
About The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance:
The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance (CNBA) is involved in developing major nanotechnology initiatives throughout the world. With an extensive network of nanotechnology leaders in business, science, finance and politics, the CNBA offers leadership and know-how for establishing commercial-oriented nanotechnology programs. With its headquarters in Canada, CNBA is committed to establishing nanotechnology activity in Canada and promoting Canadian capabilities worldwide.
For more information, please visit www.nanobusiness.caContact:
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