Ira Prigat

Ira Prigat

Founder and President of Network in Motion Ltd.

Business Opportunities for Israeli Med-tech Companies

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Ira Prigat, Founder & President of Network in Motion Ltd., shares his experiences and provides key advice to Israeli med-tech entrepreneurs about Japan market entry.  
He  speaks about the Japan medical market potential and the importance of making the right preparations before diving into a whole new business culture.

  1. How can an Israeli company expand and grow to the international market?
  2. Why should an Israeli medical company enter the Japanese market?
  3. What is the difference between the Japanese market and the others?
  4. When is it a good time for the company to enter the
    Japanese market? At which stage?
  5. Please share one advice to an Israeli company that wants to enter the Japanese market

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