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 Event: Tokai Japan Canada Society – Aerospace Seminar 

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The Tokai Japan Canada Society Business Committee is proud to announce the fourth installment of the event series Canada Means Business on January 26th, 2011, with Mr. Gregory Robinson from Bombardier and Mr. Michael Wright from Pratt & Whitney.

 

Mr. Gregory Robinson, Bombardier, Site Manager, Nagoya/Taichung

Mr. Michael Wright, Pratt & Whitney, MRJ 1200G Program, General Manager

 

The speech will be primarily in English but Japanese copy of the presentation will be provided, support will also be available for any questions in English and Japanese.

 

This event will bring you the opportunity to communicate with many different companies. By doing so, it expands your business network and eventually will lead to develop international business relations between Japan and Canada.

 

[Event Details]:

When: (Wed) January 26th, 2011

Doors Open: 18:00

Presentation from: 19:00 – 21:00

Where: WINC Aichi, Room # 1004 4-4-38 Meieki, Nakamuraku, Nagoya

Cost: TJCS Members: 2,000 Yen / Non-members: 3,000 Yen

Please note that no food will be offered at this event. Spaces are limited.

 

Sign up today to guarantee your spot from

 http://www.tjcs.jp/newsdisplay.asp?id=137

 

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