The March 11th disaster made us realize that no one can be prepared for a large scale disaster single-handedly. In order to provide effective disaster relief for the English-speaking population, we need to ensure collaboration among stakeholders in the international community, English-speaking specialists and Japanese professionals. Experienced experts in this area and will discuss:
The CCCJ will be hosting its March Monthly Mixer at Roppongi Hills Club on the 51st Floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower. Coming off the largest event in CCCJ history, with its success being largely attributable to sponsor and volunteer efforts, the theme to this month's mixer is to express our recognition and appreciation to active sponsors and volunteers of the CCCJ.
Beginning with Greece, the European sovereign dept crisis, as one of the problems of the European recession, led to a feeling of opaqueness in the global economy that cannot be ignored. Meanwhile, emerging nations, who play a leading part in Asia, though still concerned about factors like inflation, aim to establish themselves as the centre of world growth.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (CCCJ) will host a Joint Chambers of Commerce Innovative MBA and Professional Development Programs Seminar and Reception on March 7 at Roppongi Hills. This event is aimed at Country Managers, Heads of HR and Professional Development program candidates.
Following the Seminar and Q&A period, the CCCJ has arranged for a partially-sponsored post-seminar networking reception at Roppongi Hills Club for participants.
You will want to take advantage of this major opportunity to hear from and network with key players from America, Japan and the Asia-Pacific region. The summit will draw some 300 delegates from over 20 countries, including senior representatives of American, Japanese and regional business and government, to the Prince Park Tower Hotel on March 1-2. This must-attend summit will showcase two days of programs exploring critical issues affecting American business in the region.
Instead of hosting our traditional monthly mixer, this month we’ll join forces with our friends at the SCCIJ (Swiss Chamber) and the BLCCJ (Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber) for a Joint Chamber Networking Evening on Tuesday, February 28 at Oakwood Premier Tokyo Midtown.
Come prepared with your business cards: meet new contacts and catch up with friends and business partners! The evening will feature drinks, light snacks and casual networking. There will be a cash bar with wines, (Belgian) beer and soft drinks, all very reasonably priced at 500 Yen!
Master of Ceremonies: Kenichi Osugi, Professor at Chuo Law School
Speaker: Professor Wataru Tanaka of Tokyo University (a member of the MOJ Company Law Subcommittee)
Panelists: Akihiro Watanabe, Representative Director of GCA Savvian
Nicholas Benes, Representative Director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan
Attendance is free, but this is also an optional fund-raising event for "the willing".
Join Tokyo's best known and most authoritative foreign born political analyst, Dan Harada, as he summarizes the main developments in the always tumultuous yet rarely straightforward world of Japanese national politics. 2011 began with one Prime Minister, and as is so often the case in Japan, it is ending under the leadership of another. What really happened and why? What is the likely future of Mr. Ozawa? When will the next election be held and what are the possible outcomes? Will Japan really embrace the TPP or are the internal opposing forces just too strong?
he McGill MBA Japan program of the Desautels Faculty of Management invites you to attend the first McGill Japan Forum, on Wednesday February 1st, 2012.
McGill Japan Forum is a series of panel discussions organized by the McGill MBA Japan program and it will serve as an open venue for exchange between many members of the McGill community in Japan, and broader business community. This will be a chance to gain insights, ideas, and shared wisdom from leaders in their fields.
The CCCJ will be holding its Shinnenkai bringing in 2012; the year of the dragon on January 26th, 2012 at the Oakwood Premier Tokyo Midtown. Come join CCCJ Members and their guests for a fun night in a friendly, social environment offered at a very reasonable price.
Mark your calendars, contact your guests and register early for what promises to be another enjoyable night with the Canada-Japan business community!