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Mon 21 October 2013

The NCCJ held a talk Oct. 17 on “How Japan makes ‘trade barriers’ – A brief guide Rule-making,” by Takeo Nishitani, chairman of Weber Shandwick and a well-known communication and government relations consultant.

Mon 30 September 2013

The NCCJ held its popular annual Welcome Back Drinks event at the Amusement bar in Shibuya on Sept. 26, to welcome members back to Tokyo after the summer holidays and ease into fall, as well as to give us a chance to mingle, network and catch up with old friends. The event was held in collaboration with NKK, the Dutch circle in the Kanto region.

Tue 03 September 2013

Inviting participants for JMEC 20!

Looking to improve your business skills and gain more practical experience in a multinational, English language environment? Imagine how much you could benefit from meeting and learning directly from senior business executives and successful entrepreneurs in Tokyo.

Sponsored by 17 foreign Chambers of Commerce in Japan, The Japan Market Expansion Competition (JMEC) has been delivering a unique business training programme for 20 years. The programme helps mid-career managers develop practical skills and hands-on experience to create a complete business plan for a real product or service. Participants learn the nuts and bolts of doing business in Japan while expanding their business and social networks by joining nearly 1,000 JMEC alumni.

JMEC Programme Director Trond Varlid says, "Some JMEC alumni have used their JMEC skills to set up their own businesses. Others have made new connections - and several have been hired by their project client companies". 

Click here to learn more about the JMEC 20 programme at Information Sessions on August 29, September 5, 12, and 17, October 2 and 10.
The deadline for applying to become a JMEC 20 participant is October 15, 2013

JMEC 20 Message from Programme Director, Trond Varlid, here.

Mon 10 June 2013

The EU-Japan Centre is launching “Step in Japan”, a new much needed support initiative for SMEs. The service, which is offered free of charge, acts as a landing pad for EU-based SMEs planning on entering into or expanding within Japan.

More information and application form

Fri 07 June 2013

"A World to Gain - A New Agenda for Aid, Trade and Investment" was published by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.

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