The work to enter the Japanese market is in full swing, and just this week Bisly will be presenting its smart building solutions at Japan’s largest technology fair, CEATEC.
During the fair, Bisly’s CEO Siim Vips will appear on two pitching stages, one of which is organized by the world’s largest innovation platform Plug and Play. Over the past 15 years, Plug and Play has created the biggest innovation platform on the planet. The platform brings together over 35,000 startups, more than 500 leading companies in the world, and hundreds of venture capital firms, universities and government agencies.
“We are working towards entering the Japanese market in 2024. We are certifying our products, meeting with both investors and potential cooperation partners, and mapping out the first projects,” said Bisly’s CEO and co-founder Siim Vips during his visit to Japan.
Both EAS and Japan’s national foreign trade organization JETRO have been of huge help to Bisly, as it’s entering the Japanese market. Thanks to the work and dedication of JETRO in promoting cooperation, trade relations and investment opportunities between Japan and the rest of the world, Bisly has had the opportunity to participate in numerous mentoring programs and has started its negotiations with potential partners.
Taking place on October 18-21 at the Makuhari Exhibition Center near Tokyo, Japan’s biggest electronics fair CEATEC is one of the most influential events in all of Asia, where industry experts, managers and opinion leaders come together.