BYD is planning to establish a network of 100 dealerships in Japan and aims to achieve an annual sales target of 30,000 units by 2025.
Last year, Qi Junyuan, the founder of collaboration and project management tool Teambition, joined ByteDance's office software platform Feishu and now has begun to take charge of the Japanese market for the company.
Mixue, a Chinese tea-based beverages brand that is set to list on the main board of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, has recently entered the South Korean and Japanese markets.
Liu Xueliang, President of BYD Auto Japan Inc., said that the company is now aiming to open 100 electric car sales stores in Japan by 2025.
Last month, Nothing, a smartphone brand founded by Carl Pei, the former co-founder of OnePlus, officially released its first smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1). The phone has been released in Japan on August 10.
On July 21, BYD JAPAN Co., Ltd., a branch of Chinese new energy vehicle company BYD, held a launch conference in Tokyo wherein it announced its official entry into the Japanese passenger car market.
BYD, a major Chinese EV manufacturer, unveiled a new range of electric buses for commercial use in Tokyo on Tuesday. BYD has set a sales target of 4,000 electric buses in Japan by 2030.
ByteDance has launched FizzoToon in Japan, an app positioned as an animation platform. The company decided to release the product in Japan is because of the country's broad animation culture.
NetEase set up a new branch for developing console games in Tokyo Japan and spreading its influence in Japanese market.
Panasonic announced on Nov. 7 that it will explore collaboration with China’s Mobike “to jointly develop and provide highly convenient bikes for bike sharing and rental service users.”
On Sept. 5, world-leading mobile and online payment platform Alipay announced the intention to collaborate with a wider range of local Japanese partners to build a cashless environment for tourists going to Japan.
Mobike, China’s shared bicycle giant, will officially enter the Japanese market this year starting with Tokyo in June. Mobike will enter several Japanese cities this year with 30,000 bicycles. Mobike will cooperate with convenience store giants and restaurant chains to set up dedicated spaces to park bicycles in their shops.