NIA Will Hold Webinar on “Designing a Global Trade Strategy for Nanomaterials”

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On March 10, 2021, the Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA) will hold a webinar on “Designing a global trade strategy for nanomaterials.”  NIA Director General Chiara Venturini will begin the webinar by providing an overview of recent and upcoming global trade developments.  Ted Kalmbach, Chief Strategy Officer at NIA member BNNANO, will discuss the experience of a U.S.-based nanomaterial company on growing international sales and partnerships, addressing when and how to consider setting up an international office, what issues and trends to keep in mind, and what would be the most promising.  Joe Pivarunas, Founder and Managing Editor of Nanalyze, will offer insight on what investors look for when assessing the potential of a nano company and whether the language shift from nano to advanced materials will play a part in investors’ decisions.  The webinar is free and open to non-members.

Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. is a proud NIA member.

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