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Report: Japanese Electronics Sector

About the Report:

In 1957 Sony developed a small handheld transistor radio. This is the start of the Japanese electronic industry. Other Japanese companies followed, and the Japanese electronics sector proliferated into many new areas. Japan become the largest exporting country of electronics goods to the rest of the world.

The report presents the actual trend of the Japanese electronic market and presents the opportunies and challenges for EU companies in the subsectors of consumer & industrial electronics, and IoT.

About the expert

Mr Eriksson has more than 40 years of experience in the ICT sector, both in the EU and Japan. In addition to his long management experience focused on marketing and new business development, Mr Eriksson has strong personal relations with Universities and Telecom operators in Japan. Mr Eriksson owns Keison International, a consulting company helping European companies to establish business in Japan. Click here to access his profile page.

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Picture: Akihabara, electronics district of Tokyo, 1976
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