Quantum Science, developer of the world-leading INFIQ® quantum dot know-how, will share insights into its export journey subsequent week at an occasion serving to to spice up native companies.
Dr Hao Pang, CEO and Founding father of Quantum Science, joins a panel discuss on the ‘Made in Liverpool, Bought to the World’ occasion on March 27 to debate how exporting INFIQ quantum dots to Japan has helped the corporate develop.
The roadshow, held on the Merseyside Maritime Museum, highlights the alternatives for native companies to increase commerce within the world market, and the way exporting can gasoline innovation within the native area.
Exports within the Liverpool Metropolis Area are anticipated to develop to £11.8 billion by 2030, in keeping with authorities information.
Dr Pang stated: “Exporting has opened some unbelievable business prospects for Quantum Science, with a rise in clients protecting an array of essential market segments. The alternatives which have emerged because of our export journey have contributed to our speedy development. I’m trying ahead to sharing our story with attendees at Made in Liverpool, Bought to the World, to hopefully assist different native companies take their subsequent steps into thrilling abroad markets.”
Quantum Science started exporting after appointing an agent to start growing the enterprise in Japan, which is a number one marketplace for semiconductor and electronics innovation.
It has since labored carefully alongside JETRO – the Japan Exterior Commerce Organisation – and now manages distribution by means of an area companion, Nishimura Chemitech.
Made in Liverpool, Bought to the World is delivered by the Authorities’s Division for Enterprise and Commerce as a part of a wider technique to extend UK enterprise exports.