Aerospace Industry in Aichi

  • By Site Admin
  • 26 Jan, 2011

The 4th installment in the Canada Means Business speaker series

Aerospace in Nagoya, Japan
The TJCS Business committee would like to report another very successful installment in our Canada Means Business speaking eventseries.  
This event, held on January 26, 2011 at WINC Aichi, featured an informative presentation and discussion on the Aerospace Industry in Japan as delivered by our featured guests Mr. Gregory Robinson from Bombardier and Mr. Michael Wright from Pratt & Whitney.
We thank you for all your interest and attendance. For those who were not able to attend this time, we look forward to seeing you at the next speech event!

Speakers' Comments:

Mr.Gregory Robinson from Bombardier
This event was extremely informative from Mike's presentation through to the group question and answer session. It truly was a value added evening. Thank you to you and all the participants.

Mr.Michael Wright from Pratt & Whitney
The event provided a great opportunity to help others understand my company and also provide discussion about current Aerospace issues and the relation to the Japan Aerospace Industry. Thank you for the event!

Participants' Comments

  • "Advice for small/medium sized Japanese companies was very useful."
  • "I was greatly encouraged by the both speakers hopes for Japanese industry."
  • "Was a great event. Thank you!"
  • "I'd like to join the next time, too."
  • "Excellent! Need a larger room."  
It was wonderful to see a full house. All seats were filled resulting in standing room only for many attendees. Thanks again for attending and for assisting in a successful event.

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