"Although, we market a disruptive technology with applications in very specialised fields, the team who worked on our entry plan and with whom we cooperated had no difficulties in really understanding our technology and its potential applications. Thanks to this, the inputs we received from this programme were really valuable and profitable.
The novelty of the technology we use, along with its niche market, led to a lack of accessible sources of information. However, the team performed a thorough and valuable market study, gathering and analysing information about various subjects within the internal market: purchase procedures, market internal forces, customer's needs, etc.
The professionalism and involvement of the team led to a high quality work. We are really thankful for having had the opportunity to work with such great professionals. Thank you !"

Elisabet Romeu Codina / General Management
IMPETUX (Spain) - http://www.impetux.com
Winner of "Keys to Japan" 2015

EU-Japan Centre News

More
30 YEARS OF INDUSTRIAL COOPERATION - RESPONDING TO THE CHANGING NEEDS For the past three decades,...
The Centre is inviting applications for a 6 months in-house fellowship scheme in Japan, targeting...
The EU-Japan Centre in Tokyo is regularly publishing "Industry and Policy News" from various...

Events

More
Europe
14/11/2017
With a view to helping raise industrial competitiveness, the EU-Japan Centre has organised in-depth visits to world class European plants since 2013. During the visits, participants will learn about...
24/11/2017
24-11-17 | 09:30 - 10:30 AM CET Why are so many business opportunities lost between Japanese and foreign companies? Cooperation between Japan and European companies has to be further nurtured if...

Library

More
Brief Japan Industrial Reports ADDITIONAL REPORTS AVAILABLE on www....
October 2017 Japanese Industry and Policy News Topics covered in the October issue: LEGISLATION...
September 2017 Japanese Industry and Policy News Topics covered in the September issue:...
EU-Japan Newsletter, Issue #59 October 2017. The Centre is pleased to...