Deloitte Launches Programs to Help EU Companies Enter Asian Healthcare Market; Ioana Vadan Comments

deloitteDeloitte has created new programs for the European Union’s Gateway initiative, which is meant to help companies in the EU enter high-technology and design sectors, according to The Diplomat.

Programs that are now available include application sessions in the healthcare and medical technologies fields for companies wanting to enter the South Korean and Japanese markets.

“The Romanian companies in the healthcare and medical technologies sector can benefit, through the EU Gateway program, from the global trend of increased demand for such products, by accessing the Asian market,” said Ioana Vadan, Consultant within Deloitte Consultanta, and coordinator of this stage of the program.

“Moreover, the local medical equipment manufacturers can diversify their portfolio with more sophisticated and tech savvy clients like those in Asia,” she added.

The mission in South Korea will take place in March 2014 and the mission in Japan will occur in May 2014.

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