The International Convention for Technology, Investment, Entrepreneurship
January 18-20, 2002
Pan Pacific Sonargaon, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Technology Leap of Bangladesh
With its vast plain fertile agricultural land, huge natural gas reserve and intellectual leaning, the country is about to leapfrog into the global technology partnership of the new millennium.
The key factors that make Bangladesh such a fertile ground for technological growth and partnership are:
This is the high time to join in with your technology.
The Event: TechTransfer-2002: Bangladesh
Programs of the Convention:
1. Manufacturers and Industry representatives.
2. Technologists, Investors and Entrepreneurs (TIEs) from Bangladesh and abroad
3. Technology companies and suppliers from all over the world
4. Various Technological Institutions and NGOs
4. Planners and managers
5. Government of Bangladesh representatives
6. Young participants interested in technology, investment and entrepreneurship
Technological Fields in which Transfers are Most Prospective
Technology Trade Show:
"TechTransfer-2002: BD" Invites Leading Technological Companies and Suppliers to:
Presentation of Papers, Workshops and Posters
"TechTransfer-2002" Invites Technologists, Investors, Entrepreneurs and Policy makers to present papers, proposals, workshops, and/or posters on Technology, Investment, Entrepreneurship issues - in any of the previously mentioned areas.
TT2002: BD emphasizes on:
Lecture slots are 15 minutes, plus 5 minute QA session. Workshops, Panel, and Round Table discussions are limited to two hours. Poster boards measure 120 cm high by 90 cm wide and will accept thumb tacks. An abstract of not more than 200 words, must be submitted on or before 30 November 2001 by email, usual post or fax to the TechBangla office address below. An electronic copy of the FULL PAPER should be submitted by email on or before 30 December, 2001.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about TT2002: BD
Q. Who Should Participate?
A. OEMs, Technology suppliers, Entrepreneurs, Investors, Scientists, Engineers, Technologists, Policy Makers; & Technology Institutions should participate.
Q. What is "TIE" ?
A. For TechBangla the acronym TIE stands for Technologists, Investors and Entrepreneurs - the key players of Technology Transfer, Industrialization and Development. It provides a powerful message in our slogan "Tie the TIEs".
Q. Why should I Participate?
A. The convention provides an unparallel platform for networking with TIEs, related organizations and resources. It allows to present your ideas in front of large captive audience who are serious about their plans and goals. It is an ideal place to learn, share, make partners and make deals.
Q. How do I Participate?
A. You can present in the lecture, workshop, panel or poster session. You can display your invented or innovated technology, state of the art machine, equipment or any capital good in the display facility. You may advertise and promote your company, organization or institution in the convention souvenir and banner. You may also have a great participation by just as an interactive audience and watcher.
Q. Is TechTransfer a Trade Show?
A. Yes and no. Trading of technologies is one of the chief objectives of the convention; however, trading of consumer goods and durables are not. Although, one may seek such business opportunities at the convention without affecting the main objectives.
Q. What is "TechTransfer" ?
A. By Technology Transfer (or "TechTransfer") we mean transferring the know-how of manufacturing a product or developing a service to the extent of acquiring the capability of modifying and developing it further by the transferee; not merely getting the technoware, humanware, infoware, organware and running them "successfully" on turn-key basis.
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