Tokyo Shoko Research announced Editage to be the no. 1 English editing company in Japan

Cactus Communications

June 15, 2022

Editage, the flagship brand of Cactus Communications (CACTUS), a technology company accelerating scientific advancement, was declared the no. 1 editing company in Japan by Tokyo Shoko Research. Established in the 19th century, Tokyo Shoko Research is the first launched research company in Japan. As per the report, Editage holds the top position for delivering highest English editing sales and manuscript editing annually along with having the highest number of repeat customers in the country. 

Speaking about the accomplishment, Abhishek Goel, CEO & Co-founder, CACTUS, said, “It gives us immense pleasure to be recognised as the market leader in Japan. This accolade only affirms our deep understanding of the market, boosting our enthusiasm to continuously deliver new solutions. I would like to thank and congratulate our customers and every Cactizen for trusting and supporting us in this journey. We are just getting started and I’m confident that we’ll achieve a lot more in the coming future.” 

Makoto Yuasa, Representative Director, Japan, CACTUS, said, “This recognition was long awaited. In the last few years, we have significantly expanded our services in Japan to suit the changing needs of our customers. I would like to thank our clients who have always put their faith in us to deliver the best solutions. We are grateful to have a very loyal customer base, and we are humbled to have been recognised for having the highest number of repeat customers in Japan above anything else.” 

CACTUS started its journey from Japan, with the aim to help researchers overcome the language barrier and get published in English-speaking journals. Starting its journey with translation and proofreading services, the flagship brand Editage today has evolved and expanded to publication support, pre-submission checks, research impact creation, and many other solutions for authors, publishers, and life science organizations.