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The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance is pleased to announce the following joint events:
NanoQuebec NANO2007 & US Showcase & VC Coaching Program
Wednesday, February 7, 2007
Hyatt Regency Montreal 1255 Jeanne-Mance Montreal, Quebec H5B 1E5 (514) 982 1234 http://www.montrealregency.hyatt.com
The Nano2007 Conference has the main objective to present NanoQuÈbec's newly adopted marketing strategy to the scientific, industrial, government, financial and economic development communities. The purpose of this strategy is to concentrate energy and investments on the most promising industrial sectors in Quebec and the areas of application that offer the best returns on investment. It is based on the specificity of our research strengths, on Quebec's flag-carrying industries, taking into consideration the extraordinary possibilities related to nanotechnologies. This conference will be the perfect place to:
- See the emergence of new nanotechnology products and services;
- Attend presentations by reputable speakers on the state of R&D for the targeted areas;
- Identify the businesses that are marketing their know-how;
- Discover the strengths of Quebec's research platforms;
- Find potential partners;
- Target potential clients;
- Get to know the needs of the industry.
For more information or to register, please contact:
US Showcase & Coaching Program
Commercialisation of research developments in nanotechnology in order to fully consolidate its contributions to fields such as biotechnology, microelectronics and just about any other domain requires a focal point to facilitate access to capital and world markets. The Canadian Nanotechnology Commercialization Project and US Showcase Coaching Program scheduled to start in Montreal on Feb 7 2007 and later in Boston and New York, will assist Canadian nanotechnology developments to gain access to venture capital and markets in the US. Recognising that crossing the 'Valley of Death' and gaining access to the American market are critical to bringing Canadian developments from the laboratory to the plant floor, Industry Canada jointly with the Consulates General of Canada in Boston and New York, along with Nano QuÈbec, have joined efforts to put together a solid business oriented program aimed at bringing winning Canadian developments to potential US clients. This series of three events of the Technology Partnering and Venture Capital Investment Project in the US Northeast starts off by joining the Nano Quebec NANO2007 national conference to be held on February 7, 2007 at the Hyatt Regency in Montreal. Following this event, there will be two partnering missions in the 1 st quarter of 2007 with one-day events in Boston and at the New York US Nano Business Alliance Conference. You can register at the NanoQuebec NANO2007 website at:
About Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance
The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance (CNBA) is a nanotechnology association and facilitator. Its dual mission is as follows:
* To establish a Canadian National Nanotechnology Initiative including the creation of commercially-oriented nanotech hubs, the promotion of nanotechnology in Canada, and the promotion of Canadian nanotechnology capabilities internationally, and
* To develop major nanotechnology initiatives across the globe.
Through a diverse representation of businesses, investors, researchers, academia and government agencies throughout Canada, the CNBA acts as a collective voice for Canada’s nanotechnology business community. In addition to working with various organizations throughout Canada to develop business opportunities, the CNBA has co-organized the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Nanoscience Workshop, the Canada/Europe/US (CANEUS) Micro/Nano Space Conference, and the Canadian Nanomaterials Crossroads Conference.
As a facilitator of nanotechnology commercializing and economic development, the CNBA is actively involved in developing major international nanotechnology initiatives. With an extensive global network of nanotechnology leaders in business, science, finance and politics, the CNBA offers leadership and know-how for establishing business-oriented nanotechnology initiatives leading towards bottom-line commercial results.
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Emile R. Beauchamp Ing. M. Sc. DIC
Room 700, 5 Place Ville Marie
Montreal, QC H3B 2G2
(514) 283 8820
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