Wireless Market opportunities: Big in Japan

Posted by Bryce Tarling

wavefrontOn Monday June 13th, Wavefront is hosting a free breakfast seminar so that you can learn more about one of the world’s top mobile markets - Japan.

Many North American companies are looking to Japan to expand their mobile industry as Japan has 119.5 million mobile subscribers and generates $71.7 billion in revenues. And you can learn from the best in how to best approach these market opportunities.

Wavefront has partnered with the Mobile Computing Promotion Consortium (MCPC) of Japan to present on how to approach and enter the Japanese wireless market. The event features speakers that represent some of the biggest names in the Japanese mobile industry, as well as, opportunities for one-on-one consultation sessions to assess products/services, provide structures for presenting to the Japanese market, and identifying marketing and distribution strategies for Japan.

The event is hosted by Wavefront and will take place Monday June 13th from 8:30am - 11:30am at OCAD University in Toronto. Click for more information or to register.

Company:
Wavefront
Website:
http://www.wavefrontac.com
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Wavefront is the national centre of excellence for wireless commercialization accelerating the growth and success of wireless companies in Canada. Wavefront improves speed-to-market and delivery of mobile applications and wireless technologies by providing emerging companies with a suite of WaveGuide™ training, mobile industry advisory services, incubation services, testing resources and market linkages that... more


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Bryce Tarling

Bryce Tarling

Bryce is currently studying in the Douglas College Print Futures Program in pursuit of a career in writing and editing. He has worked as an English teacher both in the Lower Mainland and in Japan. He has also served brief stints in the restaurant industry. In his free time he enjoys photography, consuming media in the form of books, film, and music, and finding delectable places for trying... more



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