News-Antique.com - May 31,2010 - Tempe, AZ. And Tokyo, Japan- May 31, 2010. "I read a survey recently that said the best place to live in the whole world is in France," says Heather Russell, CEO of Rinkya, the largest Japanese shopping service. "It's interesting when you think about it, I mean what can you do for the people who have everything?
"At Rinkya we've been dealing with the French for a while, but in English or occasionally in Italian. We have always had some affinity with France and French culture. Some of our best customers in anime cels and other products are in France. So we made the decision to make the best, well, just a little bit better. Rinkya is now in French.
"We sort of take our time at Rinkya. We have the best customer service in the business, and we have to be sure that we maintain that whenever we break new ground. The French are used to good service. It is one of the key factors that put France on the top of the list of the best places to live, so you know we took the time and the care to make this move in the best possible way. We're sort of experts in getting inside business and culture to smooth the way for people to do business halfway around the world, in another culture, in another language, by different rules. To make this move we needed to understand the French and how they like to do business, in just the same way we learned about the Japanese. Because, you see, at Rinkya we have to satisfy both the Japanese sellers and now, French buyers. The Japanese have to be able to sell as they always have, within their language, culture and rules of business. On the other side of the equation, French buyers need to be able to buy within their language, culture and rules of business. And believe me, to make that happen isn't the easiest job on the planet. So we took the time to get it right.
"You can now access Rinkya, in French. We think we've made the best, just a little better with this new service, opening up France and indeed the entire French speaking world to the products and the culture of Japan, bringing together two of the world's greatest cultures. It's taken a bit of time and a lot of work, but now we can finally say: "Lafayette, nous voilà!"
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