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Our Philosophy
Pointblank gets “Straight to the Point”

Business Globalisation is gaining speed. Yet, in reality, there are still a lot of obstacles and issues dicult to overcome such as language, cultural dierences and business practices.
It is crucial to have strong support from experts who know the local culture and business practice well based on their hands-on experience, to tackle cross-cultural issues when you enter a new market.
Pointblank Promotions has the ability to provide each client with the best solution that gets “straight to the point” of their needs. We understand the difference in markets between Japan and the rest of the world.
We are here to help you create a new intercultural business with our extensive experience, accumulated knowledge and vast network across Europe and Asia developed over the years living and working in the UK.

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For Enterprises/Organisations

We offer our clients the most effective plans for their products and/or services to expand their business to Japan. We work closely together with local companies and assist you with the best strategy to achieve maximum results.
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Consultation for Artists/Performers going to Japanl

We provide consultations and support services to artists and performers who are aiming to make their debut in Japan. Our total support services for artists/performers include promotions, media strategies, coordinating and management to attract a local audience.

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We also work for Japanese people

We support Japanese Enterprises/Organisations, artists and performers who expand their business to abroad.And also we support Japanese people who wants to bring more oversea customers and clients to Japan.

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News

The Emperor of Japan has changed [Heisei to Reiwa]- Change of Era

2019 is a special year in Japan.  The name of the Japanese Era, “Gengou”, will c

Challenge the Market – Coffee and Japan 2

The Japanese learned to love the bitter hot drink imported by pioneers from Euro

DEVELOPING NEW TASTE: COFFEE AND JAPAN

Coffee was first introduced to Japan in the 17th Century, through the restricted