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Made in Italy in the Japanese F&B Market and the Marketing of Freedom

Davide Fantoni    Italian Chamber of Commerce in Japan    

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Italy in Japan resounds with fashion, lifestyle and most of all food. From HoReCa to home cooking to gifts, Italian F&B products have taken Japanese consumers by storm in the past few decades, imposing Made in Italy as the most loved national brand. But the Japanese market is extremely mature, fast and notoriously one of the most sophisticated globally. Competition is fierce and relying on the quality of the product itself is not enough to secure commercial success in a country where form often prevails over content. That is when (good) food marketing becomes the crucial element in dictating the lifespan of a brand. To what degree are Italian producers aware of this? And what is the best approach to minimize failure?

Pubblicato
22 Dicembre 2021
Presentato
21 Luglio 2021
Lingua
EN
ISBN (EBOOK)
978-88-6969-559-9
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