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Femtech Tokyo Sets the Stage for a Promising Femtech Future
By: RX Japan
Within three days, Femtech Tokyo organised the exhibition hall into several special zones to highlight leading innovations for women and the products of various manufacturers and businesses dealing with women's health and the Femtech industry.
Championing the change in Femtech's future
Diving more into vital topics such as women's health and female technology development, ministers and notable speakers highlighted Femtech knowledge and created social awareness of women's health challenges through different seminars.
Seiko Noda, member of the House of Representatives and the chairperson of the Femtech Promotion Parliamentary League, delivered the keynote address at the event. She spoke on why femtech promotion is essential to Japan's growth strategy. Many of the 598 seminar attendees paid close attention to her as she discussed "Femtech promotion", proposed in the Japanese government's Basic Policy 2021, and the future Japan should aim for.
Like what Erena Hirano, Manager of Business Department 1 and one of Femtech Tokyo's founders stated in her interview before, Femtech Tokyo is being organised in response to the Femtech/Femcare trend with the intention of providing a platform for a more nuanced knowledge of issues affecting women's health. Hirano also stated that they hope more people will learn about Femtech and Femcare, and that this will lead to a society where women have equal opportunities in the workplace and in daily life.
Femtech Tokyo 2023
On October 5–7, 2023, at Tokyo Big Sight, Japan, Femtech Tokyo will return for a second edition to continue its mission of promoting women's health and empowerment. Next year, Femtech Tokyo will double its size and play an expanded role in elevating the status of women's healthcare to encourage more people in society to be a part of the growing femtech industry in Japan.
To further emphasise the significance of women in the sector, Femtech Tokyo 2023 plans to host a women's week. Next year, the Mental Health Care EXPO will also be held at the same time, doubling the number of exhibitors to 350.
In order to lay the groundwork for the future of women in technology, the event will continue to host numerous prominent importers, medical institutions, research centres, investors, and media figures. To ensure a brighter femtech future in Japan, more exhibitors are expected and urged to present their innovative solutions in the industry.
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