Startup in Japan

Marketing in Japan

How to Have Your Business Succeed in Japan

Japan is the third largest world economy, behind the United States and China. It has a sizeable population and a ready market, as well as other factors ready and available to help a business grow. However, Japan has been classified as one of the most difficult places to establish a business and succeed, when compared to other industrialized nations. Despite this, many companies have seen huge successes in the Japanese market. The truth of the matter is that setting up a business in Japan, as with most countries, requires significant up-front work. Starting a business in Japan isn’t difficult and does not require huge startup costs. If you have a…

Startup Opportunities in Japan

Entering the Japanese Market for a French Startup

Japan seems to be a country far from France both geographically and culturally. The differences between the two countries can put a stop to one’s ambition to enter the Japanese market. From the way people eat to the way people trade, there are a lot to learn and to integrate. Still, there are many good reasons to do business in Japan. First, the population represents almost 2% of the total world population (in 2020), with more than 126 million people, including foreign residents. There are also a lot of strategic and cost advantages, like being able to set up a business entity relatively quickly, added to the fact that the…