The electronics sector is booming in Japan, but many of the country’s high-tech startups have struggled to find funding, and they are struggling to gain international recognition.
For that reason, the country is facing a new wave of startups trying to tap into the booming market.
Japan’s biggest electronics makers have a number of challenges in attracting new investors, but one of the biggest is that they tend to be highly regulated.
They are often only allowed to bring in $10 million in total, and there are many rules and regulations regarding the types of companies they can work on.
That means that companies like Panasonic and Toshiba are struggling.
“We have been struggling with how to raise venture capital,” said Kazuhiko Okamoto, Toshiba’s director of product management.
“It is very difficult for us.”
Okamoto said that in Japan there are several companies that are struggling because of the restrictions.
One of them is Caltex Electronics, which is an electronics maker of light bulbs and other devices.
Okamoto told Wired that Caltex has a $10 billion seed round in a company called i-Power.
Caltex does not currently have a product or product line for the U.S. market, but Okamoto thinks that will change soon.
“The U.K. market is going to come,” he said.
“That is our first big step in the U