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46% of Japanese eCommerce spending takes place on smartphones, compared to 33% for China, 16.5% for the UK, and 15% for the US Global eCommerce Sales, Trends and Statistics
Chinese consumers spend $562.66B per year online, compared to $349.06B for the US, $93.89B for the UK, and $79.33B for Japan Global eCommerce Sales, Trends and Statistics
The average Japanese internet user will spend $762 online in 2015, up from $704 in 2014 Global Opportunities for Online Retailers 2015 |
US consumers will spend $343.3B online in 2015, compared to $86.4B for the UK, and $83.3B for Japan Global Opportunities for Online Retailers 2015 |
51% of global consumers who follow business issues believe multinational corporations based in the US are reputable, compared to 46% for Japanese companies, and 40% for French When it Comes to Corporate Reputation…Location, Location, Location
55% of global millennials who are highly informed about social and business issues have favorable attitudes toward companies based in the US, compared to 52% for Japan, 47% for France, and 38% for China Millennials Evaluate Corporate Reputation Through a New Lens
The average internet connection speed in South Korea is 25.3 megabits per second, compared to 15 for Japan, 3.8 for China, and 4.5 globally Japan & Korea Luxury 2015
65% of Japanese luxury brands offer mobile websites, compared to 56% for South Korea, and 34% for China Japan & Korea Luxury 2015
81% of consumers in South Korea own smartphones, compared to 48.4% for Japan, 49.2% for China, and 38.4% globally Japan & Korea Luxury 2015
74% of online consumers in South Korea use social media, compared to 58% for Japan, 42% for China, and 39% globally Japan & Korea Luxury 2015
84% of consumers in South Korea have internet access, compared to 79% for Japan, 44% for China, and 35% globally Japan & Korea Luxury 2015
The US luxury goods market totaled $78.7B in 2014, compared to $112.8B for Western Europe, $30.7B for Japan, and $23B for China Japan & Korea Luxury 2015
Japanese ad spending decreased by 1.1% year over year in Q1 2013 Global Ad Spend: Latin America and Asian Nations Lead the Charge
"Starting from this summer, Nintendo is preparing for a very strong first-party software line-up that people really want to try out. By selling the software, we'd like to expand the hardware sales of the Wii U system. That's our message" - Nintendo president and CEO Satoru Iwata Iwata: "We don't care about what other companies are doing"
"The number of hardware selling and the number of people who can experience the unique attractions of the Wii U are going to increase, and thereby the knowledge and the understanding about the Wii U system shall naturally expand" - Nintendo president and CEO Satoru Iwata Iwata: "We don't care about what other companies are doing"
"We are trying to provide consumers gaming experiences that can only be available on Nintendo platforms" - Nintendo president and CEO Satoru Iwata Iwata: "We don't care about what other companies are doing"
"We just don't care too much about what other companies are doing or are trying to do. Our primary focus is to think about and actually carry out something which [another] company's hardware can never realize" - Nintendo president and CEO Satoru Iwata Iwata: "We don't care about what other companies are doing"