Why don't you make people smile with your products in Japan?
Our business philosophy is to bring smiles to our customers’ faces through our products. Let’s sell your products in Japan through crowdfunding!
We would like to make our customers smile through our products!
Our mission is to bring people the excitement of holding a product in their hands.
Experience: We have records of succsess in both import and export business as a former eBay Top rated seller.
I am responsible for sales for Makuake and major retailers.
Cross Border E-Commerce specialist
eBay Certified Consultant
He has experienced in negotiations at trade shows in many countries.
One of our staff, Hayashi, conducts business negotiatons at exhibitions in various countries, which lead to sales in Japan.
Due to the spread of COVID-19 in 2020, many exhibitions were cancelled one after another. Since we were not able to participate in exhibitions, we had to think about how to find new products. It goes without saying that it is important to conduct business activities, but it is also essential for us as a business to take measures to prevent infectious diseases.
Instead of participating in exhibitions, we decided to actively utilize the web meetings we had been doing for some time to carry out our business activities.Now, after scheduling a web meeting via email, two sales representatives are having a web meeting.
We will continue this initiative to prepare for the global depression because we do not know when it will happen.
We’d like to introduce Makuake where we will launch your product through crowdfunding.
Makuake is one of leading crowdfunding service providers in Japan. It was established in 2013, and it has generated $1.3 billion in sales by 2019. The number of cumulative projects has surpassed 5,000, and the company is growing rapidly, with an average target achievement rate of over 94%. Makuake was listed in December 2019.
Some examples of products sold on Makuake are down below.
A: We’ll also approach the BtoB market. We will talk business with major Japanese retailers such as Yamada Denki, Big Camera, Tsutaya and Tokyu Hands.We are also engaged in online shopping on Amazon and Rakuten.
A: We will exhibit our products at the Tokyo Gift Show. There is a booth for crowdfunding. About 3,000 companies exhibited their goods at the show, and 190,000 poeple visited the show in 2019.
A: We use Facebook, LINE, Instagram, etc.
A: We use zoom or Skype. We will have staff members who are fluent in English, so don’t worry about it.