Elecdyne is an electronic goods manufacturing industry, which was set-up in the year 1990, with only five workers at hand. With an initial growth that unfolded in leaps and bounds, this Japan based company has been staggering at the present cut-edge competition. Now, making profits hasn’t been that easy a job for them. The technology licences that are utilised for manufacturing goods are purchased from multinational companies. Moreover, this company faces a dearth of employees who reach out for better opportunities in preeminent companies like Sony and Matsushita. Elecdyne has no global influence either and is limited within the home base itself. Thus, a number of factors seem to hover over the profit making endeavours of the corporation. Yet, resources in Japan are in its most blatant exposition. And if the company has internationalisation in its mind, then it is definitely walking on the right path. If analysed from the perspective of social and cultural elements, economies, technology, policies, there a number of reasons as to why the company should opt for internationalisation without further delay. Japan, being a land of opportunities in comparison to others would pose to be the greatest advantage for this electronic goods industry, and needless to say, would usher financial growth of the company.