MESSE NAGOYA 2016 official website

Message from the Executive Committee

Greetings
We offer the utmost support for achieving sound business results.

MESSE NAGOYA is a comprehensive international exhibition that cuts across industrial and business boundaries to get the word out broadly both within Japan and overseas on the products and services of our exhibitors, while also striving to help them expand sales channels and enhance personal connections.
MESSE NAGOYA has been held for ten years in succession.
In 2015, we brought it to a successful conclusion with a record-high 1,346 exhibiting companies and organizations and a great many visitors at 63,802 people. We believe that the many participants who set up displays have experienced sound business results.
Thanks to all of you, this year marks the 11th MESSE NAGOYA and we shall endeavor to organize many more, in times to come.
We are hoping to be able to contribute to your fruitful achievement at MESSE NAGOYA and cordially await your proactive exhibition and participation in this event.
Messe Nagoya Executive Committee (Aichi Prefectural Government, City of Nagoya and Nagoya Chamber of Commerce and Industry)

Messe Nagoya Executive Committee Chairman
TEIJI TACHIBANA
Vice Chairman, Nagoya Chamber of Commerce & Industry Advisor, Toyota Motor Corporation

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11th MESSE NAGOYA 2016

One of the Largest Cross-Industrial Trade Fairs in Japan
Aimed at Favorable Business Results

Exhibitors 1,346 companies 1,694 booths Visitors 63,802

2015 Exhibition Highlights

2005 (Aichi Expo 2005)
Establishment of Messe Nagoya Executive Committee

Theme Exhibitors
Visitors
Companies & Organizations booths
1st 2006 Eco-industry (Industry with an environmental focus) 237 442 37,180
2nd 2007 Safety, Security, and Comfort 380 790 (*1) 54,840
3rd 2008 Environment and Energy 411 741 45,530
4th 2009 Safety, Security, and Trust 439 724 44,119
5th 2010 Environment and Energy 617 1,044 42,929
6th 2011 Proposals for Blazing a Trail to Tomorrow:
Environment, Safety, and Manufacturing
657 1,037 50,753
7th 2012 Environment, Safety, and Manufacturing 964 1,286 61,398
8th 2013 Environment, Safety, and Manufacturing 1,179 1,509 61,751
9th 2014 Interactions For the Future
- Environment, Safety, and Manufacturing -
1,315 1,685 65,975
10th 2015 Interactions for the future, that creates new values 1,346 1,694 63,802
  • *1 Jointly held with "Nagoya Food Festa"

MESSE NAGOYA 2015 *As of December, 2014

Exhibitors' Satisfaction

Graph : Exhibitors' Satisfaction

Visitors

Graph : Visitors

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Exhibition Outline for 11th MESSE NAGOYA 2016

Title MESSE NAGOYA 2016
Theme Interactions for the future, that creates new values
Dates October 26th (Wed.) - 29th (Sat.), 2016
Venue Port Messe Nagoya (Kinjo Pier, Nagoya Port)
Open Hours from 10:00 to 17:00
(*Oct.28th; till 18:00, Oct.29th; till 16:00)
Admission Free
Organizer Messe Nagoya Executive Committee (Aichi Prefectural Government, City of Nagoya and Nagoya Chamber of Commerce & Industry)
Supporting Tokai Bureau of Telecommunications,
Tokai Regional Agricultural Administration
Organizations
(Provisional)
Chubu Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry, Chubu Regional Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Chubu District Transport Bureau, Chubu Regional Environment Office, Nagoya Port Authority, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) Nagoya, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), Kansai Branch, The Energy Conservation Center, Japan, Tokai Branch, Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises and Regional Innovation Japan (SMRJ), Chubu Head Office, Global Industrial and Social Progress Research Institute (GISPRI), Aichi Small Business Support Center, Chubu Economic Federation, Aichi Employersユ Association, Chubu Association of Corporate Executives, Chubu Productivity Center, Central Japan Industries Association, Environmental Partnership Organizing Club (EPOC), Chubu International Center, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Special Supporters
(Provisional)
Aichi-Nagoya International Business Access Center Greater Nagoya Initiative Center
Supporters
(Provisional)
The Chubu Keizai Shimbun; The Chunichi Shimbun
Exhibition Size
(Provisional)
1,200 Exhibitors, 1,600 booths
No. of visitors
(Provisional)
65,000
Related projects
(Provisional)
Alliance Partners Matchmaking (Pre-arranged Business Matching Meeting)
Programs
(Provisional)
Special Business Seminar by Notables, International Symposium, Pre-Arranged Business Matching Program, etc.

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Door to the World. Gate to the Future.
Enhance your business prospects at MESSE NAGOYA

One of the largest
“Cross-Industrial Trade Fairs in Japan” held on an Overwhelming Scale

This year marks the 11th MESSE NAGOYA.
Messe Nagoya is one of the largest business events in Japan that cuts across boundaries of type of industry and business conditions with the participation of exhibitors from a wide range of fields and regions and facilitates mutual expansion of business for exhibitors and visitors, transmission of information and business-to-business interactions.

Category of Application

At Messe Nagoya 2016, we are hoping to enhance cross-industrial interactions by grouping the exhibition proposals. Therefore, we would like to invite your application in the following eight categories.
(Booth allocation will be decided based upon the category of application.)

1.Proposal for Advancement of Function and/or Performance. Enhance and upgrade the Function, Performance and Durability of Products, Technology and/or Services

2.Proposal for Cost-Reduction and/or Downsizing Reduce Running Cost and/or Loss, Labor-Saving, Downsizing and/or Weight-Saving.

3.Proposal for Efficiency and/or Business Improvement. Improve Productivity or Workability, Shortening of Work Process or Providing various Solutions or Services.

4.Proposal for Environment-Consciousness, Reliability and Safety. Achieve Pollution-free, Zero Emission Product Technology and Services with Reduced Waste or CO2 and Enhanced Safety.

5.Proposal for Design. Pursuit and/or Enhancement of Aesthetic Values, Ergonomics, Design Engineering and Universal Design.

6.Proposal for Academic-Industrial Alliance and Utilization of Local Resources. Enhance Academic-Industrial Alliance and Utilize Local Resources.

7.MESSE Challenge Corner. Small booth; 2m x 2m, Only 1 booth available for 1 exhibitor, total 20 booths. This booth is provided preferentially to exhibitors who have not participated in the last 3 years and to start-up companies.

8.Poster Session Corner (Panel). Display of poster panels on the wall; Only 1 panel available for 1 exhibitor, total 20 panels.

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2016 Exhibition Schedule (Planned)

Events at Messe Nagoya

Events during MESSE NAGOYA

Various enriching events to enhance the interaction between exhibitors and visitors in large numbers are organized.

Opening ceremony (400 attendants) and Opening Reception

Global Seminar

Global Seminar
Held by 9 government organizations with 360 participants in total.
= Average 40 participants for one seminar.
A government organization exhibiting in Messe Nagoya can hold this seminar free of charge.
Countries participating in “Global Seminar”
Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Spain, Russia, Italy, France, Korea.
(total 9 countries)

Business Matching Meeting

Pre-Arranged Business Matching Program was organized at the venue of Messe Nagoya, in which 527 companies participated and 830 appointments were arranged.
(2015’s result at MESSE NAGOYA)

Messe Nagoya, implemented in collaboration with the Government

Messe Nagoya is staged by Aichi prefectural government, City of Nagoya and Nagoya Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Many executives and decision-makers annually visit Messe Nagoya.

Mr. Ohmura, Governor of Aichi prefecture & Mr. Cho, Honorary Chairman TOYOTA Motor Corp.

Mr. Mimura, Chairman JAPAN CCI and Sr. Advisor & Honorary Chairman NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL Co.

Mr. Sueur & delegation Member of French Council

Mr. Valderrama & delegation Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

2015 Business Seminar (Presented by Dignitaries and Notables)

SHINYA YAMANAKA
Professor, Director, Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA), Kyoto University

AKIO MIMURA
Chairman, JAPAN Chamber of Commerce and Industry Senior Advisor and Honorary Chairman, NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION

KUNIO HARIMOTO
Representative Director, Chairman of the Board, TOTO LTD.

TOSHIO SUZUKI
Chairman, STUDIO GHIBLI Inc.

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Result of Messe Nagoya 2015

Exhibitors 1,346 companies 1,694 booths Visitors 63,802

  • Companies from almost all the prefectures in Japan
  • Over 100 (102) Companies and Organizations from the following 18 Countries:
    Overseas Exhibitors

    Cambodia (5), China (5), England (1), Finland (1), France (8), Germany (1), India (3), Indonesia (2), Italy (7), Korea (32), Philippines (1), Russia (1), Spain (1), Sweden (1), Taiwan (14), Thailand (10), U.S.A.(6), Vietnam (3)
    Figure in parenthesis: participating number of companies or organizations

Outline of Exhibitors *As of Dec., 2015

Category of Exhibitors

Graph : Category of Exhibitors

Satisfaction Level of Exhibitors

Graph : Satisfaction Level of Exhibitors

Purpose of Participation (Multiple answers allowed)

Graph : Purpose of Participation (Multiple answers allowed)

Outcome of Messe Nagoya

Graph : Outcome of Messe Nagoya

Outline of Visitors *As of Dec., 2015

Category of Visitors

Graph : Category of Visitors

Business Meetings during Messe Nagoya

Graph : Business Meetings during Messe Nagoya

Purpose of Visit (Multiple answers allowed)

Graph : Purpose of Visit (Multiple answers allowed)

Exhibition Booth Fees & Booth configurations

If an exhibitor would be a government or govermental organization, Exhibition Booth Fees shall be free of charge. (Please be advised decoration fee will be subjected to payment.)

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Applications and Inquiries

Secretariat of MESSE NAGOYA Executive Committee
(c/o Nagoya Chamber of Commerce & Industry)
2-10-19,Sakae,Naka-ku,Nagoya 460-8422,JAPAN
tel : 81-52-223-5706 fax : 81-52-231-5703

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Messe-Kun
(official characters)

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Access to Port MESSE NAGOYA

Access Map to Port MESSE NAGOYA 1

Access Map to Port MESSE NAGOYA 2

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