and Associates provided comprehensive needs assessment to a nonprofit
facilitates Japan-U.S. nonprofit exchange and collaboration.
led to important organizational growth:
addition of key board members; increased networking and collaboration,
and a move to the forefront of U.S.-Japan nonprofit
research helped an innovative environmental nonprofit organization evaluate
possibilities for a new biodiversity and sustainable
development program. Our study
enabled well-informed decisions about
project direction in a highly complex issue area.
|Hoffman and Associates helped a U.S. real estate firm
determine how to
approach a high-powered Japanese client, interpret behavior, and
negotiate a multimillion dollar sale.|
and Associates demonstrated to a U.S.-based sustainable agriculture concern that
a limited Japan operation would probably not succeed without significant
strategy change to accommodate the Japanese market and culture.
On the strength of our data, the firm made well-informed
decisions about its Japan strategy.|
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--Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Nobel Prize
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