Bionanome Releases First List of Researchers, Academics, and Executives in the Japanese Biotech Industry

Bionanome today announced the release of their first industry contact name lists of all researchers, managers, academics, and others connected with the Japanese biotechnology industry. These lists are targeted specifically at English-speaking researchers, executives, and suppliers who drive this important vertical market niche in Japan.

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Davis, CA (PRWEB) September 12, 2006

Bionanome today announced the release of their first industry contact name lists of all researchers, managers, academics, and others connected with the Japanese biotechnology industry. These lists are targeted specifically at English-speaking researchers, executives, and suppliers who drive this important vertical market niche in Japan. As this key lifesaving research accelerates worldwide, Japan, home to well-funded and diligent research companies and institutions, is on the cutting edge of critical biotech research and development.

Although there are numerous resources for targeting marketing campaigns at European and US industry executives in most industries, such data usually is unavailable for Japan, at least not in an affordable format easily usable by outsiders for a direct-mail or other sales or marketing campaign, because of the difficulty of acquiring both English-language addresses as well as the titles of Japanese executives and academics. For those reasons as well as the need to comply with Japanese post office guidelines, these data have been carefully researched.

“My management colleagues and I are confident that these scrupulously researched lists are the best available in English, and they grow daily,” said Bionanome President David Govett. “Long-term collaboration with Japanese high-tech companies and the refinement of its information collection and verification techniques has enabled Bionanome to offer the industry’s first contact lists of key Japanese personnel in both the biotechnology and nanotechnology industries.”

“Effective contact lists must be researched carefully by experienced professionals with backgrounds in the relevant technologies,” said Bionanome Vice-President Athol Foden. “We strive not merely to collect data, but to apply optimized management and research techniques to the development of optimal-quality contact information attuned to the Japanese market.”

Bionanome is a new, privately held business research partnership that specifically targets the Asian biotechnology and nanotechnology industries. Bionanome currently offers English-language contact lists of all important people in those industries in Japan. David Govett (Senior Partner) also is the president of Japatent (http://www.japatent.com/) and has been involved with cutting-edge Japanese technology for most of his career. Athol Foden (Partner) also is the president of Brighter Naming (http://www.brighternaming.com/) as well as a seasoned international marketing executive with extensive experience throughout Silicon Valley. Bionanome may be reached at +1-530-757-2323 and on the web at http://www.bionanome.com/.

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