Business Matching

The red thread between Europe and Japan

Business Matching

Matching means setting a correspondence

JMAC identifies the correspondences in competence and specialization that can be useful to current ot new business development. We are the ideal medium for companies that strive to increase their performance by increasing the value of their assets. We promote synergies with new partners, along with the development of complementary and innovative value of networks and knowledge. Our vision is to enrich your basket of business and ooperational opportunities and enable you to select the right connection or partnership to reach the finest balance among profit, sustainability and well-being. The right balance for the business should mean a good balance to the resources engaged and the community around, too.

JMAC’s practical and result-oriented approach concurrently aims for innovation (kakushin). With partners of proven experience, we promote research, we favor the identification of reliable counterparties and support the realization of the management objectives for

  • Business organizations for extraordinary merger and acquisition transactions (M&A)
  • Parties interested in the acquisition, exchange or development of know-how, technologies and applications
  • Experts, organizations and bodies with specific focus /interest,
  • Industrial, academic and public partners.

Depending on the topic and target, we can involve further expertise of JMAC Group companies or external specialised partners of relevant competence and experience on both the European and Japanese side. 

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