es Networks Philippines is an accounting and consulting firm providing assistance in Japanese to companies starting and doing business in the Philippines. We help them with their back-office operations including accounting, tax practice, human resources and legal work.
Recently, many Japanese companies have been expanding their businesses in the Philippines for its competent labor force and stable economic growth. However, many of them encounter problems related to its unique business practices and culture. These differences can make it difficult to focus on running their own businesses.
Even after making the large commitment and move with hopes of business success, some companies end up leaving the Philippines without achieving their goals due to a lack of understanding and trust of the people of the Philippines. This situation must change.
Most problems are caused by small misunderstandings. We provide all needed services and advice in Japanese to support our clients’ back-office operations and allow them to focus on their work and achieve their goals. That is our hope and mission. People in the Philippines are very friendly toward Japan and should be regarded as treasured partners. By providing a broad range of support to our clients, we strongly hope to contribute to the mutual economic growth of Japan and the Philippines.
es Networks Philippines Inc.
Miki Terada was born in Aichi prefecture, Japan in 1982.
At the age of two months, she moved to Ohio, USA for her father’s work and lived there until the age of two. Upon returning to Japan, she lived in Gifu, Chiba and Saitama prefectures until she returned to the U.S. at the age of 8. She spent 2 years there and returned to Japan, where she graduated from private junior high and high school. She spent one year in Boston, MA as an exchange student while in high school.
In 2004, she graduated Aoyama Gakuin University, and was employed by The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ltd. (Predecessor of The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ). In 2007, she moved to Chiba prefecture to focus on CPA certification. In January 2009, after passing a few exams for CPA, she moved to the Philippines to work for a Japanese accounting and consulting firm, SCS Global Business Solutions Inc. In 2012, she left to establish “Teradatrust Advisory Inc.” and continues serving Japanese companies in the Philippines to this day.