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Scinet Company has received a grant from METI that is specifically tailored for SMEs that are engaged in the research and development of “next generation” technologies. METI has been providing this grant with an effort to spearhead the growth of new technologies with the objective for Japan to maintain its globally competitive status. The following privileges are provided to recipients of this grant as cited below:
(1) Qualified for special loans issued by Japan Finance Corporation, a special lending facility
(2) Reduced patent costs – Reduction of royalties –
(3) Credit guarantee will be solid. – Exceptions for Small and Medium Enterprise Credit Insurance Law –
(4) Special Provisions for investment funds – Small Business Investment Corporation Act
(5) Increased loan limit for industrial equipments
(6) Increased bidding opportunities where SMEs are qualified to bid with higher priority
Granted a technology transfer contract with a Silicon Valley based Electronics manufacturer to develop the latest world-class fuel-cell system
As of December 14, 2007, Scinet Company, Ltd. has been incorporated under its new entity name to accomodate business growth as the company eyes on expanding its business operations overseas.
Scinet’s Energy division has received approval from a group of governing authorities in the Carribean and South American region to initiate the development of a large-scale oil refinery containing natural gas in the region.
Mr. Hyogo Kikuchi has joined Scinet Company, Ltd. as Senior Managing Director. He brings with him years of relevant experience holding key responsibilities during his tenure in the Fairtrade Commission of Japan.
Scinet’s Energy division has entered its latest eco-friendly energies development within Central Asia through an alliance with business partners from Russia and the United Kingdom. Scinet will be assuming a legal advisory role for the project.
Scinet Pluss has successfully partnered with Hitachi Software Engineering Corporation to provide IT specialists of varying expertise and aims to strengthen its business relationship with the world-renowned software enterprise.
Our research team within the Biotechnology division has discovered the cell activators of estrogen using human cells analyzed with equipment utilizing Scinet’s latest DNA chip. FIN tests were administered through a proprietary method, with results revealing the intensity of estrogen cell multipliers being 100x faster than two-hybrid yeasts.