Graphenea at world's largest nanotech event

Last week, Graphenea attended Nanotech Tokyo 2015, a leading international nanotechnology exhibition and conference. CEO Jesus de la Fuente and Business Development Director Iñigo Charola presented the firm’s graphene materials catalog and joint development capabilities.

“We have a strong presence in the Japanese market and are developing custom graphene materials for large Japanese multinationals”, says de la Fuente. “The exhibit was an excellent opportunity to talk to our partners and seek out new ones”.

Photo: Iñigo Charola (left) and Jesus de la Fuente (right) with our Japanese distributor, Yasuhiro Ichiara of the New Metals & Chemicals Corporation (center).

With over 50,000 delegates at 15 co-located events, Nanotech Tokyo claims to be the world’s largest nanotechnology conference. This 14th edition provided state of the art information from R&D to applications and vast opportunities for networking. Co-located events included 3D Printing, Printable Electronics, Smart Energy, and Functional Materials 2015, among others. Material makers, equipment manufacturers, universities, research associations, and political representatives gave presentations to form a unique blend of research, technology, and financial nanotechnology landscape.

This year the conference organizers launched a novel Business Matching System, an online match-making network to assist the finding of potential business partners and setting up meetings prior to the event.

Information is already available and registration is open for Nanotech Tokyo 2016.

Photo: Nanotech Tokyo 2015.