Exporting Electrical Products to Japan: Recorded Webinar

Watch our recorded webinar to find out about the basic requirements to export all your electrical products to Japan.

Exporting to Japan

In every country, there are regulatory requirements for all electric products that are used in their markets, and this naturally applies to Japan as well. Questions about the PSE Mark and license free wireless communication are frequently raised by British technology companies who are interested in bringing their business to Japan.

There is plenty of information available on websites, but it may not necessarily be easy to understand the steps to take.

This webinar will address these issues and help you understand the procedures you should follow, as well as the scope of the related regulations.

The Speakers

Etsuo Watanabe, Head of the Technology Team at the British Embassy in Tokyo, hosts our two guest speakers.

We have two speakers from JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization), which is a Japanese government-related organisation promoting trade and investment between Japan and the rest of the world. Its Business Services Department in Tokyo deals with a wide scope of business issues relating to export from Japan and to promote investment to Japan, and has extensive experience and knowledge about the issues that have been discussed in this webinar.

Target Audience

UK companies in the technology industry, who would like to export their products to the Japanese market.

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This webinar was recorded on 10 December 2014.