Changing Landscape for Japanese Consumers

As Hawaii reopens to tourists, priority should be placed on leveraging data to stimulate the economy in these difficult times by marketing to individuals with a strong interest in Hawaii. Target markets can range from the 2 million active hula dancers in Japan, to those with second homes and/or businesses in Hawaii. Opportunity also exists in reaching new visitors that will appreciate our culture, heritage, and products by profiling our existing visitor demographic. With data and technology, a data-driven strategy can maximize dollars invested in marketing campaigns and ultimately yield positive results for your business and Hawaii as a whole.

SEEDATA is a leading digital marketing company in Japan, with many international clients. View the session to learn how the Japanese landscape has changed and how to adapt to the changing needs. Consider a digital marketing strategy to reach your intended target.

Speakers
Paul Yonamine

Paul Yonamine

Chairman & CEO

Central Pacific Bank
Eric Takahata

Eric Takahata

Managing Director

Hawaii Tourism Japan
Naoya Hayashi

Naoya Hayashi

Analyst Specialty

SEEDATA
Shu Gao

Shu Gao

Analyst Specialty

SEEDATA

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