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Report: Building a Professional Network in Japan

About the Report 

Networking is important for expanding your business in Japan or anywhere else in the world. However, when developing networks in Japan, a country with a unique business culture, Europeans may feel that there are dozens of barriers and differences. This report aims to remove such barriers.

The aim of this report is to:            
a) Understand the attributes and characteristics of Japanese working people
b) Clarify the environments and opportunities for networking among them, including offline and online, and  
c) Establish best practices for professional networking in Japan.

About the Expert: 

Reiko Yoneyama / Manading Director /  Orange Global Consultancy.
Reiko has a total of 15+ years of business experience between the EU and Japan, including 6 years in a German SME as a marketing manager for new market in the Asia region. For the last 7 years, she has been a director at Orange Global Consultancy. The company conducts business research and consulting focusing on marketing and statistics. Their clients are European SMEs, major Japanese manufacturers such as Panasonic and Honda, and Japanese governmental organizations like Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and JETRO, Japan External Trading Organization.

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