— Latest update: March 2022 —
If establishing a local office in Japan does not seem like the right solution, it might be wise to use an intermediary. But the choice of such an intermediary should be made with caution, as there are vast differences between the different types of partners you might find.
The first thing to know is that the Japanese do not like to be “cold called”, they prefer to be personally introduced to a potential partner, which might be helped via a third party (such as banks, trade associations, chambers of commerce, JETRO, etc.).
Various EU products and services began to enjoy benefits from the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) which entered in force on 1 February 2019, and we are seeing a considerable increase of
Do you want strategic insight, tactical guidance and real-life examples of how to succeed in the Japanese snack and beverage market?The aim of this webinar is to present an overview of trends and
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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.