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We’re pleased to tell you about the new Oceanbridge Management ‘Technology Transfer’ service, designed to assist researchers in making worthwhile connections with manufacturers. So, if you’re currently working in product research or looking to bring an innovation to market, give us a call because we may well be in an ideal position to assist in connecting you to the appropriate Japanese manufacturers.

We’ve already established a number of excellent connections with local government, chambers of commerce and manufacturers, particularly throughout the high-tech Kansai region of Japan. Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe are home to a number of top technology firms, all of whom are committed to keeping a careful watch on latest developments and innovations in their particular business sectors.

As an example, we recently helped a UK company introduce its solar panel battery technology to Japan. As well as advising with the initial pitch and presentations, we provided translation service and advice on distribution in the Japanese market. Often, it's connections like this that help youreach out to other markets.

So, if you already have a technology product prototype and have already done a trial, then why not make contact with us? You don’t have to have made a commercial success in the UK yet, nor do you need to have any patents in place.

We can then use our experience to advise immediately on possible next steps, as well as agreeing a budget for the support that’s most suitable for your particular needs.

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