Nikkei Inc. to organize one of the Largest Environmental Exhibitions in Japan, "Eco-Products 2013"

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City, State, Japan., December 3, 2013 - (PressReleasePoint) -Nikkei Inc. and the Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI) will organize Eco-Products 2013, one of the largest environmental exhibitions in Japan to be held at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Tokyo Big Sight on December 12 (Thu) – 14 (Sat).



City, State, Japan., December 3, 2013 - (PressReleasePoint) -Nikkei Inc. and the Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI) will organize Eco-Products 2013, one of the largest environmental exhibitions in Japan to be held at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Tokyo Big Sight on December 12 (Thu) – 14 (Sat).
 For the 15th event, 1,750 booths are now being prepared by around 750 companies and organizations, and 185,000 visitors are expected during the three-days. The theme of Eco-Products 2013 is “Shaping Our Future Now," which means aiming for a better future by reconsidering “now.”
 
Consumer electronics and daily commodities will be exhibited, alongside environmental products, services and materials such as chemicals and paper, as well as cutting-edge environmental technologies and solutions from energy, finance and other various fields. The latest environmental business information will be provided to people in the industry, and advice on environmentally conscious lifestyles to consumers. Exhibiting companies will showcase their CSR activities, while environmental NPOs, NGOs and citizen groups present their initiatives and the government and municipalities introduce their environmental policies. The event will also provide a venue to consider and promote the realization of a sustainable society through communication between exhibitors and attendees.
 
 
Guided tours, various hands-on experience corners and workshops have been prepared to compliment the exhibits of the latest eco-products and environmental technologies. Tours of the exhibition will be offered to overseas visitors in English and Korean. In addition, attendees can enjoy various programs, such as experiencing rides around the outskirts of the venue in fuel cell and hybrid cars and other ecologically-friendly vehicles.
 

Exhibition Overview
Name:      Eco-Products 2013 (15th Annual)
Dates:   Thursday, December 12th to Saturday, December 14th, 2013
Times:   Thursday & Friday 10:00 to 18:00. Saturday 10:00 to 17:00
Venue:   Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo, Japan)
Entrance Fee:   Free (Entrance Registration System) *To register please visit the Eco-Products website.
Sponsors:   Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry, Nikkei Inc.
 
Target Visitors:
● Business executives, Managers, Purchasing, Environmental Management, Product Development, Business Strategy, Social Responsibility Departments
● Regional Promotion Departments of Local Governments, Government bodies such as Purchasing Departments and Environmental Departments
● Industry organizations, local industry groups, other business communities
● Environmental NPOs, and NGOs, Civic Groups, the general public interested in the environment
 
Websites:   English: http://eco-pro.com/eco2013/english/index.html
       Chinese: http://eco-pro.com/eco2013/chinese/index.html
       Korean: http://eco-pro.com/eco2013/korean/index.html
 
Contacts
Eco-Products 2013 Public Relations Office,
within Kyodo Public Relations
Sachie Watanabe, +81-3-3571-5238
sachie.watanabe@kyodo-pr.co.jp
 
 
 

Environmental Management, Product Development, Business Strategy, Social Responsibility Departments, Environment


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