YUSA International Helps North American Companies Introduce Their Products to the Japanese Market at Health Ingredient(HI) Japan 2002 Show

Mt. Laurel, NJ: YUSA International is helping North American companies to introduce their products to the Japanese market at the Health Ingredient (HI) Japan 2002 show without the necessity of attending. The Health Ingredient (HI) Japan 2002 show is the largest annual health, functional and organic food ingredient show in Japan. The show is in its 13th year, and it has excellent attendance from Japanese companies in the health food industry with over 42,000 attendees in 2001. The show has the full support from the health industry and also from the Japanese government.

YUSA International provides various services from a basic business package to complete booth management. The services allow American businesses to inexpensively establish a presence at this major Japanese trade show and also have the opportunity of presenting their products to the Japanese market with or without having to forego the expense of attending.

YUSA International’s goal is to make corporate business presence in Japan as easy and convenient as possible for North American companies. YUSA International, based in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, and having an ownership which is 50% North American and 50% Japanese, uniquely facilitates the understanding of both cultures, languages and business markets. YUSA has a knowledgeable multi-lingual staff with extensive experience in the food, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical industries offering services which include market research, trade show support, translation, web site development, and consulting.

For more information about YUSA International and its services, please visit the website (www.yusainternational.com) or e-mail [email protected]

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