Golf technology company kicks off official expansion into Japan at largest golf show in Asia
ORLANDO, Fla. - March 2, 2015 - FlightScope, a world leader in the development and manufacturing of 3D Doppler tracking radars and launch monitors for sports, today announces the official establishment of its newest global office, FlightScope Japan KK. The company marked its expansion into Asia with a successful exhibition at the 50th Japan Golf Fair earlier this month.
"The Japan Golf Fair was one of our most anticipated shows of the year with the recent establishment of FlightScope Japan KK," said Henri Johnson, founder and CEO of FlightScope. "We are thrilled to report that the reception from leaders in the Asian golf industry throughout the show surpassed all expectations. The positive response we saw from the thousands of attendees was instrumental for the growth and success of this office, and our team could not be more excited about the future of FlightScope in Japan."
Throughout the show FlightScope showcased a variety of its products, including the newest addition to its line of high-tech launch monitors, the x2 elite. FlightScope executives Henri Johnson, inventor and CEO, Madelein Nel, Vice President of Sales, and newly appointed Japan Sales Representative, Go Nitamizu, were all in Tokyo during the show to present the company's offerings and technology to more than 50,000 golf enthusiasts including Tadashi Yamada, FlightScope user and coach of the top driving distance player on the Japan Tour, Masatsugu Morofuj.
FlightScope's expansion into Japan marks the establishment of the company's third office outside of the United States. Throughout the next year FlightScope plans to continue its growth with the development of new products and solidify its presence across the globe as a leader in sports technology.