A conglomerate that includes Japan Industrial Partners (JIP) is currently in talks with banks and other finance providers to ensure that it has the resources to bring Toshiba, the world-renowned Japanese diversified technology manufacturer, private in 2023.
Toshiba’s businesses include everything from nuclear power to defence technology and microchip manufacturing. Any potential acquisition would be another nail in the coffin of the famed keiretsu, the group of Japanese conglomerates that once looked set to take over the world one business at a time.
My question, open to comments, views and discussions, is if indeed it is the end of the road for the ‘famed keiretsu’ and can it possibly regain its former glory or reinvent itself to better suit and thrive in the 22nd century and beyond?
Perhaps they transition to a new form of development. This really requires good planning and development soccer random strategies. Find out more information to update the current business development market.