3DMedivision, a medical edu-tech company, announced that it has signed an agent contract with Vector Inc. to enter the medical 3D video education content market for Japanese veterinarians and humans.
Vector is a Japanese business partner and distributor of 3DMedivision and plans to provide all the services necessary to enter Japan, including market promotion, sales and marketing, and consulting.
Through this contract, 3D Medivision will target the Asian medical education market after the U.S. by providing veterinary surgery education video content platform ‘Veterflix’, practical education services, medical consulting services using ‘PDRN’, and surgical education content platform in the field of human medicine, ‘Surgflix’.
Meanwhile, Vector is Japan's No. 1 marketing agency and conducts comprehensive communication activities such as advertising planning, management consulting, promotional marketing, sales and distribution, and venture investment. Since its establishment in 1993, it has been listed on the Tokyo Exchange in 2012 and has a market capitalization of about 63 billion yen (4.4 hundred million dollar).
It also has a rich overseas network starting from its Tokyo headquarters in Japan, Osaka, Fukuoka, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia, and has a high understanding of the Asian market based on the know-how accumulated at each base.
Currently, there are a total of 17 veterinary universities in Japan and 40,000 veterinarians, twice the size of Korea (10 veterinary colleges and 20,000 veterinarians). In addition, with the introduction of the "Animal nurse" national certification system since last year, the demand for tests and medical education to complete the curriculum and obtain certificates is expected to be high.
In addition, Japan has a high preference for professional veterinarians with international certificates, and the need for professional education is expected to be high as clinical sites in animal hospitals such as animal home visits, pet prevention medical centers, and pet oriental medicine treatments are being advanced and subdivided.
For these reasons, 3DMedivision plans to join hands with Vector to create meaningful results of its veterinary medical education content business in the Japanese market, traditionally called ‘Pet’s Heaven’.
"The Japanese pet market is worth 16 trillion won, 3.5 times that of Korea, and the number of animal hospitals in Japan is systematic enough to be similar to the number of convenience stores," a vector official said.
He added, "We plan to strengthen 3DMedivision's competitiveness in the Japanese market through Vector's excellent communication skills and efficient cooperation."
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