Are you interested in bringing your products or services to the Japanese market?
Even if Japanese economy has been reported to be stagnating over the past decades, it is still the world’s third largest economy, and the market is huge. In terms of design and architecture, Japan is considered one of the leaders in the world, and the general public in the Japanese market is alway keen on new products coming from outside Japan.
So the Japanese design team is offering “Japan market entry consulting services” for those who are interested in expanding their business to the Japanese market.
“Market Entry Consulting Services” by Japanese design team
1) Market analysis
We are collaborating with some of the leading market analysis companies in Japan, and we can make sure about the marketability of your products and services before you enter the Japanese market.
2) Entry options
We will show you what are the options when you enter the Japanese markets. For example, we can provide you the detailed information regarding marketing, trade shows, distributors, retailers around Japan.
3) Strategies and goals
Based on the entry option you have chosen, we will discuss with clients, and create strategies and goals for short-terms, and long terms.
Once the entry option is chosen, and your strategies and goals are set, we will implement them: For example, our stuff will set up local social network pages, prepare for a trade shows, and go find distributors and retailers, etc. Obviously, the implementation should be carried out together with a client.
We are located in Paris and Stockholm in Europe, and also in Tokyo if you prefer to have a face-to-face meeting, but we can still have a discussion over video call to start with – if your business is situated outside of the above areas.
Please use the contact form below if you wish to get in touch with us.
*The EU and Japan’s Economic Partnership Agreement entered into force on 1 February 2019.
In the past European firms faced trade barriers when exporting to Japan, which made it hard for them to compete.
The trade agreement with Japan :
– removes these barriers
– helps us shape global trade rules in line with our high standards and shared values
– sends a powerful signal that two of the world’s biggest economies reject protectionism