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J+D expands its Asian reach

The UK-based group partners with Japanese consulting firm

J+D

UK-based J+D consulting has partnered with SDMJ consulting, a Japan-based firm, as it expands into the Japanese market.

David James, managing director of J+D consulting, said: “We are very excited to be working in partnership with [SDMJ founder] Seigo, the combination of his local knowledge and close client relationships with our innovative forecasting solutions will help J+D continue to be the forecasting partner of choice across the globe.”

The London, UK-based consulting firm plans to deliver tailored, online forecast training programmes to the Japanese market, as well as promoting a range of pharma forecasting excel add ins.

Seigo Maeda, founder and managing director of SDMJ consulting, said: “I believe the collaboration will provide a great opportunity for Japanese clients to develop their forecasting knowledge and skills.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

23rd June 2017

From: Sales

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