If you aim to cultivate relationships with Japanese investors, leveraging translation services can greatly benefit you. Here are several reasons why:
Translation allows you to understand their true thoughts and intentions.
Translation helps bridge cultural differences, making it easier for Japanese investors to trust your company.
Translation enables you to adopt a more approachable and friendly communication style.
English is currently the de facto global language of business, with many countries, including Japan, incorporating English into their school curricula.
While conducting business with Japanese counterparts entirely in English may seem feasible, considering the general level of English proficiency below that of many other countries, leveraging Japanese translations could offer several advantages. These translations have the potential to expedite processes, alter perceptions positively, and unlock additional opportunities.
I want to make a good first impression
How do I negotiate?
I'm sending a report to the LP in Japan
Gee, I have to read all those documents in English?