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Insight interAsia—a leading business consultancy to technology-based SMEs looking to grow their business in Asia—has opened a representative office in Tokyo, Japan. Insight interAsia is headquartered in Singapore and has staff spread throughout all of the technical centers in Asia.
Insight interAsia opens rep office in Tokyo
Singapore | Posted on August 7th, 2007
Robert Haak, president of Insight interAsia, said "by opening the Tokyo rep
office we are responding to two sets of customers' needs. Our non-Asian
customers have told us they are increasingly interested in establishing
better business ties with Japan, and our Japanese clients are accelerating
their activities in the rest of Asia. They are bringing us into the
planning process sooner and want us in meetings regularly in Japan. We have
been working in Japan for many years and this new commitment to the market
will help ensure our position grows even stronger there.
In 2006 Insight interAsia established a liaison desk in Austin for its US
customers, and next year the company is planning on starting a Korean
About Insight interAsia
Insight interAsia Pte Ltd is a consultant to SMEs interested in establishing
or growing their technology-oriented business in Asia. The company helps
establish manufacturing operations, setup branch office, and performs
Asian-based sales and marketing activities for US, European, and Japanese
clients. Many of Insight interAsia’s clients are MEMS/nano focused.
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Insight interAsia Pte Ltd
Tel Singapore: +65 9824-4225
Tel Japan: +81 50 5539-8442
Tel Austin USA: +1 512 553-0442
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