Bionanome Releases First List of Researchers, Professors and Executives in the Japanese Nnanotechnology Industry--English-Language List for Mailing into Japan

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Bionanome announces release and immediate availability of contact name lists for Japanese nanotechnology industry contacts. Lists may be purchased and downloaded directly, and are all properly structured for mailing into Japan. Lists may also be purchased with email and phone number contacts.

Bionanome today announced the release of their first industry contact name list of all key researchers, managers, academics, and others in the Japanese nanotechnology industry. This list is targeted at English-speaking executives and suppliers who wish to focus on this important vertical market niche in Japan. As groundbreaking research in nanotechnology accelerates worldwide, Japanese companies and institutions, with their well-funded, comprehensive, and diligent research and development programs, are among the global leaders in nanotechnology, the most important technology for future technological strength.

While resources abound for targeting marketing campaigns at European and U.S. industry executives in most industries, such data usually does not exist for Japan, at least not in an affordable format that foreigner companies can use easily for a direct-mail or other sales or marketing campaign. The reasons are the complexity of getting current English-language addresses of key nanotechnologists as well as the obscurity of their research and job titles. For these reasons and to comply with the Japanese post office format, Bionanome has specifically researched these data.

“My fellow managers and I worked long and hard to research and perfect this list of nanotechnologists,” said David Govett. “Techniques we pioneered in researching mature Japanese companies have proved invaluable in collecting information related to the decision-makers in the Japanese nanotech industry.”

“Proper contact lists need to be researched and developed using professional and experienced means,” said Athol Foden. “We have done our best not just to be administrative bookkeepers, but also to apply management and research experience to the development of quality contact information in a manner befitting the Japanese business style.”

David Govett (Senior Partner) also is the president of Japatent ( and has researched leading-edge Japanese technology for most of his career. Athol Foden (Partner) also is the president of Brighter Naming ( and is a seasoned Silicon Valley international marketing executive. Bionanome may be reached at +1-530-7575-2323 or on the Web at


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