About the Report
This report titled "Japan’s Fintech Sector: Strategy And Trends" aims to map out the current state of the Japanese Fintech ecosystem and to identify opportunity spaces for European entrepreneurs and investors. This report begins by providing a broad overview of the Japanese Fintech sector, looking into the key trends that have been emerging in recent years. Furthermore, the report looks into the extent to which Japanese Fintech is internationalised, considering the similarities and differences between Japan and more established ecosystems such as London, Singapore and New York, and then highlights the existing strategies of Japanese Fintech companies and their global expansion plans. Finally, it presents various recommendations to EU companies for a successful ecommerce market entry.
About the Expert:
Ms Natalie Meyer has a background in Japan market research preparing qualitative and quantitative insight with Nielsen and Asian Consumer Intelligence after working in Tokyo and studying at Waseda University. Originally from Silicon Valley, she launched Tokyoesque with a mission to promote mutual understanding and connections across markets. Tokyoesque works on projects including market entry and research throughout Europe and Asia, often dipping in and out of the startup scene, corporate Japanese world and Major Events industry. Click here to access her profile page.
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