Meet Bertram Fiddle, the British Explorer working his charm on Japan's gaming fans and find out how “A terribly gruesome tale in the finest tradition of point and click adventure games” found success in Japan.
The use of DefiniGEN’s technologies in drug discovery provides pharmaceutical companies with more predictive in vitro cell products enabling the development of safer and more effective treatments. Read on to learn their tactic for entering the Japanese market.
Few products can actually claim to change the lives of those who use them, but Tangle Teezer is one such brand. Read on to find out about the latest worldwide revolution in the beauty industry and how it took Japan by storm.
The successful partnering of the Brompton and Mizutani bicycle companies demontrates how UKTI in conjunction with the British Embassy can help UK companies expand to the Japanese market. Read about how they came together and why the 'Made in Britain' factor has brought great rewards.
Having only began in 2001, London Tradition has quicky grown a reputation around the world, with Japan being one of the first overseas markets they ventured into. Today, Japan is the company's biggest overseas market - accounting for fully 50% of exports. Read the full story here of how they broke in to this highly lucrative fashion market.
MD Golf is the UK's No. 1 mid-priced golfing brand and has entered Japan, the world's second largest golf market. Read about their steps to growth in this huge market and their hunger to go further with UKTI Japan's support.
Seymourpowell has always had a base of overseas clients, in particular in the Far East, North America and Europe. In 2007, the company commissioned an OMIS from UKTI, with a view to attracting more business from Japan. Read the full story to hear about their success and the steps they took in attracting big Japanese clients.
A Japanese e-learning provider, NetLearning, successfully collaborated with The Open University by setting up an Open Univeristy office in Japan. NetLearning has allied itself with the British institution to provide MBA programmes online and meet the growing demands of global human resource development in Japan.
Rising from no presence or reputation in the market, publishing and events firm Digital Ship Ltd. plans to expand their impact following the success of their first Japan event which was attended by more than 250 people from around the world as well as all the major companies in the Japanese shipping community.
Tangerine broke into the Japanese Market with help from UKTI in 2006 attracting Japanese giants Toyota and Nikon as clients. Following a protocol of edgy, efficient and innovative ideas to tackle the complex puzzles of design, the London-based company has had its products described as a “Profit Engine” by major clients and works hard to bridge cultural differences through sharing common goals with Japanese clients.
Buoyed by the flawless performance of its services and staff at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Roberts Support Services Ltd. has set its targets even higher and is looking to provide the full range of its security skills and know-how when Tokyo hosts the biggest sporting event in the world in 2020.
When the new Japan national stadium opens to host the Rugby World Cup in 2019 and the Olympic Games the following year, a design that exists only on paper and as scale models at present will stun everyone who sees it.
The front-end IT innovation of the PA Consulting Group combined with Japanese firms' ability to perfect technology and manufacture high-quality products makes Japan a small but potentially very important market.
Norbar Torque Tools Ltd. is a Banbury-based world leader in torque tightening equipment. The company has been expanding overseas. With operations on four continents Norbar wanted to increase their market share of the Japanese market last year and turned to UKTI Japan for help.
World-class computational fluids dynamics (CFD) services and technology provider ICON, established in 1992, has credited UKTI Japan with invaluable help and assistance when attempting to break into the Japanese Market.