Chamber events are a terrific opportunity to network and gain knowledge about various aspects of the Canada-Japan relationship and doing business in Japan. The CCCJ holds approximately 40 events per year covering a broad range of topics and themes. Please note you that except as otherwise noted in the official announcement for any particular event, you must be a member of the CCCJ to register for an event.
Members who register guests must forward payment for the guests and attend the event. If you have any questions, please contact the CCCJ office at (03)5775-9500 or email@example.com
This stream of events brings both Japanese and non-Japanese executives from the political, industrial and bureaucratic sectors to speak to members on current and relevant items to the Canada-Japan commercial community.
Designed towards supporting professional development for Members, CCCJ Seminars bring in speakers to provide guidance to Members on how to improve business performance in the Japanese market.
Monthly Mixers & Networking
Held on a monthly basis, the Mixers are in place to bring Members and their guests together for a casual night of social networking. With venues and themes changing on a month-to-month basis, these events provide an excellent opportunity for you to expand your network within the Canada-Japan community, all in a relaxed and enjoyable environment.
Joint Chamber Events
The Joint Chamber Program is organized with other foreign Chambers of commerce in Japan with a focus on networking. Joint Chamber events include guest speakers, seminars on doing business and evening cocktail networking opportunities.
Periodically, the Chamber is invited to participate in dialogues with visiting Canadian government officials and to meet with key policy makers.
Corporate and Small Business and Professional members are provided with an opportunity to hear from Canada's Ambassador to Japan.
Activities range from Ice Hockey to Golf. Golfing tournaments are popular events where members and their guests are invited to enjoy a day of golf and networking. A great excuse to get out of the city and enjoy a day on the course with the Canada-Japan business community. Following the round a party and awards ceremony wrap up the day.
Maple Leaf Ball
The Canadian community's gala event is always a popular affair that features a five-course dinner, prizes, silent auction and live music.
Some events are just special! Members are invited to watch exclusive performances from Canadian and international artists, attend an awards ceremony or just gather and celebrate on occasions such as Canada Day