RMIT is a task force of the Forum for Innovative Regenerative Medicine (FIRM), Japan’s leading industrial association in the field, which boasts a diverse membership of nearly 200 business organizations. Launched on April 1, 2015, RMIT enjoyed a productive maiden year, having provided, among others, partnering assistances for numerous overseas entities who seek business partnerships in Japan to expand their business endeavors towards the land that features the progressive and unique regulations over regenerative medicine products. As its second year challenge, RMIT is poised to launch a series of face-to-face partnering events titled “Regenerative Medicine Crossroad in Tokyo,” where the partner seekers will be given opportunities to speak directly to the target audience. The first one is being prepared for launch in July, 2016, and the news has already drawn a considerable amount of interest from every corner of the world. Register yourself and your project in our list, and make sure to receive invitations and notifications on the upcoming Crossroad Events.
Event structure: A one-day session consisting of oral presentations, multiple (per partnerseeker) one-on-one partnering meetings, and networking mixer
Tentative date: Thursday, July 28, 2016 (bimonthly basis postulated from then on)
Tentative place/venue: NihonbashiLife Science Building 2F Conf. Rooms, Tokyo, Japan
Projected number of entries: 3-5 partner-seeking organizations per event
Terms of entry: Free entry. No compensations offered by RMIT for any costs incurred for and during participation (e.g., transportation and expenses)
Registration deadline for July 28 event: Friday, June 17, 2016
Contact: Fuyuhiko Mori, Secretary General, RMIT; email@example.com