Is selling U. S. products in Japan really next to impossible? Interlink Electronics, a Camarillo maker of computer control pointers, doesn't think so.
The firm has just established a Tokyo subsidiary, Interlink KK, with the goal of increasing its sales in that country. Company President E. Michael Thoben III isn't bashful about his plans, either.
"Our Japanese customer base has grown over the last few years," he said. "This subsidiary will be expected to give Interlink Electronics a greater presence and visibility in Japan."