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When Israel was established in 1948 there were barely any resources, money or services. In 73 years the population has grown from 900,000 to 9.3 million. Today, Israeli ideas contribute to many leading business sectors.
You’ll spend about a week on your first first business trip to Israel. Will it be just a general introduction – or could it include meetings with relevant potential business partners?
You want your overseas consumer to understand about your product quality. This is why care is needed when transferring your messages from Japanese into English.
If you organize your information well and edit it carefully, you can make a strong first impression even when time is very short.
Today many companies are now on ‘corona waiting time’ and not taking any new initiatives. Perhaps use some time to make preparations in advance of an overseas trip?
Follow-up after the business visit is often the action that can secure the success of a foreign trip. How can this work best for Japanese first-time visitors to Israel?
Read these two revealing interviews about how Japanese and Israelis try to work together. To what extent are they succeeding?
When COVID allows, many Japanese people will come again to Israel to investigate innovations. They will also be able to find valuable B2B contacts.
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