About the Report:
Japanese business culture is often perceived as one of the biggest obstacles to starting business in Japan for many foreign companies thinking of entering the Japanese market. Thus, this report gives an insightful overview of business culture in Japan. It guides you through the basic Japanese business etiquette and gives you a better idea on what to expect in your first meeting with your Japanese counterparts.
Saori Nishida is an intercultural business consultant and the founder of Japan Connection, helping European companies with their market entry assessment and business partner matching in Japan. Saori Nishida has also received a MBA from IMD in Switzerland and has more than 11 years of working experience with multinational companies in Japan, europe and Middle East.
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Hundreds of web pages with up-to-date information on Japan, more than 400 market reports and recorded webinars available as well as a lot of detailed information on Japanese business culture.