Trade Mission on Horticulture to Japan slated for 20-25 October 2013

A 2-day visit to the Sendai/Miyagi area and visit to the trade fair “Agro-Innovation Japan 2013” is slated for 20-25 October, 2013. During the visit, organized by the Netherlands Council for Trade Promotion, matchmaking, seminars and company visits will take place. The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Japan and the Netherlands Council for Trade Promotion (NCH) invite you to participate in this horticultural trade mission to Japan.

  1. - Open doors to Japan’s horticultural market
  2. - A visit to the trade fair “Agro-Innovation Japan 2013”
  3. - Gain high‐level access to potential customers and key government officials
  4. - Gain a deeper understanding of the horticultural market of Japan
  5. - Interact with Japanese parties interested in doing business with Dutch companies
  6. - Participate in a horticulture seminar and matchmaking event
  7. - Attend interesting company visits

  1. - Meetings with potential customers within your industry sector(s)
  2. - Site and company visits
  3. - Events with important industry experts and (Dutch and local) government representatives
  4. - Comprehensive logistical arrangements and a daily itinerary
  5. - Guidance and support from dedicated Dutch NCH staff, with excellent knowledge of Japan

Participation fee

The costs for this trade mission are €1,695 (excl. VAT)*. The minimum number of participants is 11.

*excl. ticket, hotels, meals & drinks (others than mentioned in the program), transfers, some local transport, personal expenses, insurances.

For more information:
Netherlands Council for Trade Promotion
Michel van Bommel
Area Manager Asia
Prinses Beatrixlaan 712
2595 BN Den Haag, The Netherlands
Postbus 10
2501 CA Den Haag, The Netherlands
tel: +31 (0)70 344 1598



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