Entering the Japanese Market? Doing Business in Japan? JMEC is for You.
Over 150 organizations that had an interest in entering the Japanese market, or were already doing business in Japan, have turned to the Japan Market Expansion Competition (JMEC) over the last seventeen years for a business plan. JMEC project clients are companies or organizations, large or small, based within or outside Japan, that require a business plan for the Japanese market.
The objective of a JMEC business plan may be pure market entry, or it could be to introduce a new product into the market. In some cases it is to revitalize an aspect of a company's operations in Japan, such as revision of a distribution network. The topics of the 167 business plans written by JMEC participants over the past eighteen years are as varied as the companies who have received them.
JMEC project clients represent almost every facet of business, from large, multi-national corporations to small, one-person start-up companies. Past project clients include Bang & Olufsen, Dyson, Electrolux, The Financial Times, Heineken, Japan Market Intelligence, Lloyds Bank, Nina Ricci, United Airlines, Villeroy & Boch, Ipsos, Sumitomo 3M and Waterford Wedgwood.
JMEC accepts a wide variety of projects, limited only by the number of slots available in each year's program. So whether your company is considering entering the Japanese market, or perhaps it is already doing business in Japan, a JMEC business plan may be just the solution for you.
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