Doing Business in Japan
Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker leads a Healthcare and Energy Business Development Mission to Asia with stops in Japan and South Korea from October 19-23, 2014. This business development mission promotes U.S. exports to Asia by helping U.S. companies launch or increase their business in the healthcare and energy sectors. [More]
Houston Brings a “Texas-sized” Trade Delegation
Oct. 1-3: CS Tokyo organized a multifaceted visit for Houston Mayor Annise Parker and her delegation of 24. In addition to bolstering their sister city relationship with Chiba, the group met with Ambassador Kennedy (photo). CS Tokyo arranged a Single Location Promotion for the Houston Space Port project, securing participation of Japan’s most prominent space organizations. We also facilitated meetings with Mitsui & Company and the Japanese High Speed Rail authority for possible investment in the proposed privately-funded Houston and Dallas link.
Lookout! Another CSJapan Press Event
Oct. 3: CS Tokyo CA Shimada, along with CS Saito organized a successful single company press conference for Lookout, a leading mobile security company located in San Francisco. Approximately 40 media companies learned of the new business alliance with KDDI from Lookout CEO Jim Dolce. Lookout was very satisfied with the service and follow up is a given.
Boooorn to be Mi-ld! CS Japan and Econ Staff Put Harley-Davidson Japan’s 2015 Product Launch onto Fast Track
Oct. 2: A throng of media and a herd of HOGs that have helped make Japan Harley-Davidson’s #1 export market welcomed three, distinctive new bikes to the firm’s line up for 2015 at a pulsating launch event in Tokyo. Harley has been in Japan over one century … just 10 years less than there has been a Harley … but it is during the last 25 years of the firm’s strong growth that CS Japan and Embassy commercial diplomacy support on regulatory, tax and other issues have been instrumental to the firm’s growth. [More]
CS Japan Detects Success with Analytical Instruments
Russia Sanctions Package - July 16
In response to Russia's ongoing violation of Ukraine's sovereignty, the United States has taken a number of steps, including sanctions, to persuade Russia to de-escalate the situation. We urge all businesses to exercise vigilance to ensure that they are not dealing with a sanctioned individual or entity. [More]
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