Ten companies from Bangladesh are participating in an on-going 'Japanese Investor B2B Partnership' programme in Japan, according to a press release issued by HAISON.
The companies are: AK Khan & Co., Pacific Quality Control Centre, Conveyor Group, HNS Group, Japan Solar Tech, SIMCO Spinning and Textiles, Synergies Sourcing Bangladesh, Amex Knitting & Dyeing, Newaz Nahid Consulting and Al Maruf Khan of Hawladar Yunus & Co.
The Bangladesh companies will discuss prospective business deals with their respective Japanese counterparts and exhibit their products and negotiate with the Japanese companies, it added.
HAISON, an investor adviser and management services firm, has organised the programme beginning from April 08 and ending on April 14, with the support of the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), Tokyo.
Three B2B meetings are being arranged in Tokyo, Nagoya & Osaka during the programme. About 60 Japanese companies registered to join the B2B meetings, the press release said.
In addition to B2B meetings, the Bangladesh companies are scheduled to meet Head of UNIDO Tokyo and concerned officials of Osaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry (OCCI), for introducing their projects, besides holding discussions about the current prospects of Japanese investment in Bangladesh, it added.
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