The Nippon Export Award is a biennial award attributed to a successful company exporting, importing or distributing Belgian-Luxembourg products or services into or from Japan. The event, in its 11th edition this year, is organized by the Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Japan under the high auspices of the governments of Belgium and Luxembourg. This year the award is going to AppTweak, a fast-growing Brussels-based company with offices in San Francisco, Bengaluru, Tokyo, Singapore, and Seoul.
“The jury praised the company, a leader in App Store Optimization tools (ASO), for its strong and dynamic growth over recent years, its successful implantation in Japan and its continued ambitions and investment in the country. AppTweak showcases a lesser-known aspect of Belgium as a leader in the digital industry. Its young team combines and promotes modernity, diversity, international exposure and skills, setting a good example for many others in Japan”, said Fabrice Tilot, President of the Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Japan.
Natsuhi Yasuda, Head of AppTweak Japan, commented:
“We are extremely honored to be recognized for our significant accomplishments in AppTweak’s expansion to Japan. As a young, goal-oriented team, we successfully localized our sales, marketing, and product strategy to adapt to this unique market landscape. With the tremendous support from our global team, we are proud to offer our Japanese customers the best ASO tool with actionable insights delivered through a simple interface. As the ASO leader in Japan’s app marketing industry, we will continue to empower top app & game developers and establish our presence as one of the top tech companies from Belgium.”
The official announcement of the award was made at the annual Gala Dinner of the Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce on 11 November 2022 at the Conrad Hotel Tokyo. The Award Ceremony will be held at the Embassy of Belgium in Japan on 13 December 2022.
The Nippon Export Award is held under the High Patronage of the Prime Minister of Belgium and the Prime Minister of Luxembourg, and receives the support of the Belgo-Luxembourg Market Council (BLMC), the Embassy of Belgium in Japan, the Embassy of Luxembourg in Japan, the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, Flanders Investment & Trade (FIT) and Wallonia Export-Investment Agency (AWEX).