Now, why companies advance to New Zealand?

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Recently, the numbers of inquiries has risen,
that the Japanese companies asked support from side of construction when they
expand the business in New Zealand.

New Zealand market is smaller than
Japanese one. It can’t be compared.

However,
there is a reason why various industries actively launch the businesses in New
Zealand. Because here are
the necessities of life such as houses, foods, cars,
schools and hospitals, which is based on that
the population surely has increased.


Looking
from New Zealand, there are lots of adorable talented people, products and
services in Japan.
We import Japanese good things to New Zealand and contribute
to its economics. Also we export New Zealand good things to Japan and
contribute to Japanese economics. We feel happy if we can contribute to
economic exchanges between the both countries in our field, building.


As
we have got variety of similar questions, we summarize important points for
investigation for the companies and individuals, who are thinking about advance
to New Zealand.

1. First simple investigation

We gather information about the industry’s
trend and the major companies’ overview on internet. We suggest you to check
the details from the link on the documents, and arrange your visit to the
places.

 

2. Arrangements

2-1. Hotels and rent cars during stay in
New Zealand

2-2. Contacts with Nisuikai(Japanese
Business Society),
JNZBC
(Member of Japan New Zealand Business Council) and JETRO

 

3. What we want to check with you
regarding building

3-1. Would you prefer new building or
existing one?

3-2. When would you start the
construction?

3-3. Your agreed budget for the
construction

3-4. The number of maximum accommodation

3-5. Assumed management terms and
long-term plans

3-6. Introduction of development
projects in your industry for reference

 

4. Other matters for the operation

4-1. Incorporation

4-2. Meals in the establishment

4-3. Medical rooms

4-4. Remittance system

4-5. Requirements for qualification and
licence

4-6. Employee’s Visa

4-7. Location (Zoning)

【Japanese】
最近、日本企業のニュージーランド進出時の建設側でのサポートの問い合わせが増えてきた。
ニュージーランドは日本に比べて、市場は小さい。くらべものにならない。
しかし、確実に人口が伸びていることを中心とした、家、フード、車、学校、病院などの人間が生活していくのに必需品となる要が確実にあるという背景があるために、
色々な業種のニュージーランドの進出が盛んになってきていると思う。
ニュージーランドから見て、日本には、本当に惚れ惚れする人材、商品、サービスがたくさんあります。
日本の良さをニュージーランドに輸出しニュージーランド経済に貢献していく。
また、ニュージーランドの良さを日本へ輸出し日本経済も良くしていく。
自分の畑は建築ですが、自分の分野で両国の経済交流に貢献が出来れば幸せである。
色々と似たような問い合わせがあるので、今後、日本に限らずニュージーランド進出を考えている
会社、個人のためにポイントなる調査事項などをまとめました。
NZ JA.jpg
1.初回簡易調査)
その業界の動向、大手の概要、WEBで簡易に調査出来る内容をまとめます。
調査内のLINKで各WEBサイトで詳細を確認頂き、
現地見学等できるように手配致します。
2.質問事項諸事)
2-1.ニュージーランド滞在中のホテルや車の手配?
2-2.二水会(日本ビジネス協会)、日本人会、ジェトロへの接触
3.建設にあたり確認させて頂きたい事項)
3-1.中古、新築どちらでもいいのか?
3-2.想定開始時期
3-3.建設コスト取り決め予算
3-4.収容人数の確認
3-5.想定運営期間確認 長期的PLANの確認
3-6.参考同業開発案件 紹介 
4.その他運営考慮事項)
4-1.法人設立
4-2.施設内での食事
4-3.医療ルームについて
4-4.送金システム
4-5.各種、資格や免許など
4-6.従業員のビザのこと、
4-7.ゾーニングを含めたロケーションの考慮

Author

おか部 雅彦
おか部 雅彦Japan homes Directer
Born in Japan in 1973. At University I learned Japanese History.

After graduation, I worked at a major Dental material company as a top salesman. In 2002 I firstly set my foot on land in New Zealand, and have started to engage in NZ Construction firm since 2004. From the 8 years' experiences at construction sites and sales experiences in Japan, I devote myself to satisfy customers from consultation to construction and after care services.

Within the first 4 years after the foundation, half of Japan Homes' customers were similar ages of mine. So that their life environment such as a number of children were also similar to mine therefore I was able to understand the customers' situations and wants more. Meanwhile there are also many customers of my father's generation, which is always appreciated because I can learn lots of good things from them.

We try our best to provide services that you satisfy, such as schedule, quality and after care service.

"I can trust you with any projects." "You are the man who I can rely on when I am in trouble." I enjoy working to get these words more times and to create as more smiles as possible.

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