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2nd floor, Sta-Bld., Minato-ku,
Tokyo 107-0062, JAPAN
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Company News

January, 2010 – Tsuyaku Honyaku features Crimson (Winter-2010 issue)
Tsuyaku Honyaku interviews Mr. Sharad Mittal, CEO of Crimson India and Ms. Yuko Furuya, CEO of Crimson Japan. The magazine writes about our consistent progress; for instance - our business history, expectation from translators, and our expansion in the world.
September 2009 - Editing services of Enago now available in China and Taiwan
market entry strategiesAfter achieving a strong standing in the Japanese market, we now offer editing services of Enago in China and Taiwan. At the Annual Strategy Meet- 2009, launching our services in two more countries was one of the key milestones planned for this year. September 2009 marks the successful completion of this objective and we are now making our presence felt in the East Asian market at large.

To check our China website, please visit http://www.enago.cn/. To check our Taiwan website, please visit http://www.enago.tw/.
11 March 2009 - New Book Release on Amazon
establish office indiaIn line with our aim of helping the Japanese community publish more, we have recently published a book called 英語のバカヤロー! ~「英語の壁」に挑んだ12人の日本人~— literally translated as "English idiot! I hate you –- 12 Japanese people who tackled the English language block."

It has just been introduced on Amazon.

The book is about 12 top researchers in Japan (including Nobel prize nominees Shuji Nakamura "inventor of the blue diode", Takeshi Yoro, Chizuko Ueno, and Heizo Takenaka) who overcame the English language barrier to publish in international journals and became fluent English speakers. It also includes some quips about the author’s (Yuko Furuya) early days working in Crimson Interactive.
06 March 2009 - Awarded Indian Achievers Award for Corporate Leadership
corporate meeting planner On 6 March 2009, our CEO, Sharad Mittal, was awarded the Indian Achievers Award for Corporate Leadership by All India Achievers Foundation. The award is an amalgamation of three years of hardwork and recognizes our numerous innovations, which have caused a rapid change in the editing industry in Japan—offering more to researchers than ever before.

Today, Sharad’s dynamism has ensured that Enago (our editing brand) maintains its position among the top three editing players in Japan.
01 March 2009 - Crimson Interactive has a new address (Tokyo, Japan)
interpretation servicesWith its strength in India having reached 50 and over 200 freelancers operating all over the globe, Crimson opened its first international office in Japan on March 1, 2009. The Japan office is situated in Tokyo and has started with 4 employees and already boasts of over 250 corporate clients. Diversifying from Crimson India, the Japan team offers a range of other services like interpretation, web designing etc.
http://www.crimsonjapan.co.jp/
14 February 2009 - Annual Strategy Meet 2009 Concluded
We concluded our Annual Strategy Meet on February 14, 2009, at Hyatt Regency, Mumbai. Department heads presented their growth plans and strategy to achieve our vision of becoming a leading global player in non-native markets in the language solutions domain. The strategy presented strongly reflected our Crimson values of Integrity, Respect, Commitment, Simplicity, Kaizen, and Wow!

10 October 2008 - Crimson Partners with Publishing Giants Maruzen and DNP
We successfully partnered with Japan’s largest Academic Publisher, Maruzen, to be the exclusive service provider for their editorial services. We have also tied up with Dai Nippon Publishing (DNP), the second largest publisher in the world for their editorial needs.

consulting servicesEstablished in 1869, Maruzen is the oldest company in Japan and has the highest number of book stores in Japan and is the biggest brand in the academic community of Japan. It has more than 800 employees. They have access to all universities in Japan and work closely with the Government of Japan over many projects.
http://www.maruzen.co.jp/corp/en/

business plan consulting DNP: Dai Nippon Publishing was established in 1876 and is the second largest publisher in the world with more than 1600 billion Yen sales. It has more than 37000 employees spread across offices all around the world.
http://www.dnp.co.jp/index_e.html

This partnership opens up a new frontier and range of opportunities for our company and is in a way the tipping point to becoming one of the largest editing players worldwide. The partnership itself vouches for the quality and corporate excellence of Crimson as a future global player in Academic Editing.