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Register now for IBF Korea

Ji-Min Song, ITER Korea

IBF Korea/14 is organized by the Korean Domestic Agency with the participation and support of the ITER Organization and the ITER Domestic Agencies to facilitate the creation of business relations between the industries involved with ITER and fusion. (Click to view larger version...)
IBF Korea/14 is organized by the Korean Domestic Agency with the participation and support of the ITER Organization and the ITER Domestic Agencies to facilitate the creation of business relations between the industries involved with ITER and fusion.
Registration is open for the Korean ITER Business Forum (IBF Korea/14), which will take place in Seoul from 1 July 2014, through 4 July 2014.

At IBF Korea/14, company representatives will have access to the latest updated information on ITER procurement procedures and forthcoming calls for tenders (2014-2015), with a special focus on the procurement status of the ITER Domestic Agencies, their main suppliers, and potential opportunities for partnership, subcontracting or local support. One-to-one meetings between industrial participants will be organized to facilitate the creation of business relations between the industries involved with ITER and fusion.

Highlights of the four-day event include presentations by the ITER Organization, the ITER Domestic Agencies, and principle industrial suppliers; tours of the KSTAR tokamak and the converter firm Dawonsys Co., Ltd; and social events where participants can interact with the different actors of the ITER Project.

IBF Korea/14—which is the first Asian ITER Business Forum held in Korea—is organized by the Korean Domestic Agency with the participation and support of the ITER Organization and the ITER Domestic Agencies including Fusion for Energy, the European Domestic Agency. Ninety-three representatives from 53 different companies have already registered; please follow this link for more information or to join them by registering for the conference and the one-to-one meetings.

The IBF Korea/14 organizers hope you will take this opportunity to make business contacts with European or Asian companies in industrial areas related to the ITER Project and, more largely, your core business.


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