Who we are
Eurotechnology-Japan was founded in 1996/1997 with the mission and passion to build foreign high-technology business in Japan, connect foreign high-technology companies to Japan’s high-technology sectors, and to work on globalizing Japanese corporations.
We are located in Tokyo/Japan since 1996/1997 – and our CEO has been working with Japan’s high-tech sector since 1984 – almost 30 years, and longer than the majority of foreign companies.
What we do
In the first few months of our company we worked on SIEMENS’s entrance strategy into Japan’s environmental technology markets, we worked with NTT-Communications’ international M&A team of NTT’s entry into Europe’s telecommunications and internet markets, and we worked on the global strategy for one of Asahi-Glass’ environmentally friendly lighting products. Since our beginning in 1997 we have worked on 100s of business projects ranging from acquisitions, due-diligence, market entry, business expansion in Japan for foreign high-tech companies, and on helping to resolve difficult management and HR issues.
Doing business with us
Doing business with us is easy, our project agreements are simple and straight forward, and in many cases we could start a project work within a few days.
We also produce a series of multi-client market research reports covering Japan’s energy, renewable energy, electronics, electronic components, mobile communications and telecommunications sectors. We produce our market research reports since 1997, and some of our reports are now in the 50th and higher editions. Companies around the world, investment funds, VC funds, venture start-ups, Government agencies, and about 10 Embassies here in Tokyo regularly purchase our market research:
Download our multi-client market research
We are regularly interviewed in the Japanese and global press and for TV to comment on Japan’s electronics, telecommunications, internet and IT sectors. You can find links to some recent interviews, and articles where we have helped, or which are based on our market research reports or newsletters here: