Suppport of small and medium sized companies from oversea that make industrial components to sell their products to Japanese customers.
Japanese market is still one of the largest in the world.
In addition, the high quality awareness of customers enables higher margins to be achieved for premium products than in other countries.
For many companies, the representative office in Japan is also a springboard to business success with the overseas subsidiaries of Japanese companies in Asia, Europe, North and South America.
Japanese market requires a local representative office due to the language barrier and the higher expectations of customer care and service.
Having your own branch in Japan is expensive and risky due to the high fixed costs for salaries and rent. Sales via dealers are usually only successful for easily explainable or unique products.
We offer small and medium-sized companies a cost-effective solution for business success in Japan and with Japanese companies in other countries. At the same time, our clients benefit from our experience with the strict methodology of Japanese companies in the areas of process and quality.
We would like to make our contribution to ensuring that small and medium-sized companies can survive in a globalized world. This requires a foothold outside the home country. We offer an optimal solution for small and medium-sized companies for business success in Japan and with Japanese companies in other countries.
Significantly lower costs than setting up your own branch and therefore a profitable business in Japan even with lower sales.
The costs can be set according to the targeted turnover and workload.
Local representation by experienced, multilingual experts who can also convincingly market products that require explanation.
Our particular strength is the successful marketing of products that require explanation, especially in the automotive, mechanical and plant engineering sectors with a focus on "green technology".
All products in which the advantage over the competitive product is not directly visible to the customer but must be explained by the seller are in need of explanation.
Typical examples are components that are superior to competitive products due to special materials or special processing methods. These products can only rarely be sold successfully via dealers, as they often lack the technical understanding to convince the customer.