November 29th 2016 | 9:45 am to 2:00 pm| Stuttgart, Germany
November 30th 2016 | 9:45 am to 2:00 pm| Zurich, Switzerland
December     1st 2016 | 9:45 am to 2:00 pm| Vienna, Austria

Maier+Vidorno India Consulting in cooperation with Fenetre Partners cordially invite you to their roadshow “Successful Market Entry and Expansion in Japan” in Stuttgart, Zurich & Vienna. Among current information about Japan, the participants will find out more about market entry and expansion opportunities. Additionally, cultural differences are being presented and discussed. This roadshow is an excellent information platform for Managing Directors and executive board members with interest in the location Japan, person responsible for the Japan business, professionals and managers (market development, deployment, export, finance). The lunch time can be used for networking, and after the program we provide the opportunity of individually arranged meetings.

Program in brief:

  • Economic frameworks and investment conditions in Japan
  • Key factors for your success in Japan
  • Market entry options for the Japanese market
  • Industrial markets in Japan: What you should know from customer management to sales processing
  • How does culture affect your business in Japan?

Our experts:

Mr. Satoshi Takayama| Co-founder & Representative Director | Fenetre Partners

Satoshi Takayama

Mr. Yasushi Hasegawa| Co-founder & Representative Director | Fenetre Partners

Yasushi Hasegawa

 

 

 

 

 

Guest speaker in Stuttgart:
Mr. Masayoshi Watanabe|General director | JETRO Düsseldorf

Masayoshi Watanabe

Guest speaker in Zurich:
Mr. Masashi Nakazono | General Director | JETRO Geneva

Masashi Nakazono Zürich

Guest speaker in Vienna:
Mr. Takuro Nozawa | General Director | Vienna JETRO Vienna

Takuro Nozawa Wien

 

 

 

 

We are looking forward to seeing you at the event! To receive the entire program or to register for the event, please send an email to Ms. Parboti Maya Bhattacharya (p.m.bhattacharya@mv-group.com) or a fax to +49 221 880 408 11.