Case Study: Power Electronics: A Spanish SME


Founded in 1987, Power Electronics is a leading company specialised in the production of Power Electronics devices. 

SME Activities: Production of power electronics.
Size: 300 employees (500 worldwide), with a turnover of over €100 million.
Interests in Japan: Market expansion and establishing a lasting presence.

01-09-15 to 01-09-15 | 16:30 h - 17:30h Brussels time

Webinar 35: Japan's Emerging Dominant Electronics Companies (Rescheduled)

Which are some of Japan’s emerging dominant electronics companies that are already key suppliers to giant brands like Samsung, Boeing, Siemens, Apple, Tesla, Toyota and others?


CEATEC Japan is a cutting-edge IT and electronics exhibition. In 2013 it celebrated its 13th year after being created in 2000 by the merging of the ‘Japan Electronics Show’ and ‘COM Japan’. The event is known for displaying the most innovative products in the IT and electronics industries. The fair is held in October every year.

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About Electronics

The Japanese electronics market is well-established and holds a global reputation for excellence and innovations. However, domestic firms are facing increasing challenges in terms of internationalization and shifting production and service trends.

07-10-14 | 10:30 h - 11:30 h Brussels time

Webinar 24: Semiconductor Sector in Japan

How should I approach the Japanese market for semiconductor products and supplies?

Separating competitors from potential partners and customers

You have a good semiconductor-related product, a very competitive product. Your challenge is to introduce it into the Japanese market.
There are two major questions which you will need to answer:


The global semiconductor industry has been experiencing declining growth rates for the past few years, and established European and Japanese companies are experiencing increased competition from new Asian and American semiconductor manufacturers.


Despite the fact that the global robotics industry grew by 12% in 2013 alone and has being growing in recent years, within the same time period the Japanese robotics sector has been in steady decline in terms of the number of robots. 

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