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March 2, 2021

JETRO planning to attract Cluj-based IT companies to Japan

The Japanese External Trade Organization (JETRO) will present Romanian IT companies various opportunities to expand to the Japanese market in a seminar scheduled for July 1 in Cluj, considered Romania’s most dynamic development area in this industry.
Acting together with the Government of Japan, which implements a series of reforms aimed at increasing attractiveness for foreign investors, JETRO is actively involved in attracting foreign investments to Japan under the slogan ‘talk to JETRO first.’
‘Cluj is the most dynamic development center for the Romanian IT industry, given that it has a very good optic fiber infrastructure, an international airport, colleges that deliver 800 graduates a year and the highest ratio of students per thousand locals. Our goal is to present Romanian companies in the IT industry information about Japanese business practices, allowing them to extend to the Japanese market,’ said JETRO Bucharest General Manager Keisuke Mizuno (photo) as cited in a release.
The seminar, titled ‘Your Point of Entry to the Japanese IT Market’, will present information on the current situation of the Japanese economy, ongoing government programs and JETRO support to foreign investors.
‘We believe that this seminar would be a good opportunity for companies seeking to enter the Japanese IT market,’ said Keisuke Mizuno.
Japan External Trade Organization is a Japanese governmental organization founded in 1958 with the mission of promoting mutual trade and investments between Japan and the world. JETRO’s initial goal was to promote exports of Japanese companies, but in the 21st century, its work is focused on attracting foreign investments to Japan and on supporting small and medium-sized Japanese companies maximize their worldwide export potential.
The seminar ‘Your Point of Entry to the Japanese IT Market’ is jointly organized by JETRO Bucharest and the Japanese Embassy to Romania, the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, with the support of the Cluj-Napoca City Hall, the Cluj Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Cluj IT Cluster and the Transylvania iTech Cluster.

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