CCCJ is happy to co-host a guest speaker event with American Chamber of Commerce.
Increasing demand for e-commerce plays an important role in the Japanese economy, and service-oriented e-commerce alone accounts for $46 billion in revenue and the fastest growth rate at 11.3% per annum.
We are happy to continue our casual gathering event for alumni from Canadian University!
The goal of this event is to promote more chances for members and friends of the CCCJ to meet with alumni from the various active Canadian university alumni associations in Japan. It's definitely a great opportunity to catch-up with old friends and meet new ones!
Date: February 20 Wednesday
Venue: Hobgoblin Roppongi
Time: 19:00 to 21:00 (guests are welcome to stay on after until the bar closes)
Cost: Drinks and food available on cash bar
We are continuing our series of Global Diversity Management workshop on January 21 2019.
We are thrilled to welcome Kiyo Weiss, Director of Regional and Premium Sales Asia Pacific at Air Canada as our distinguished guest speaker. Kiyo will be sharing her own experience in her career progression in Japan from a woman's perspective. Kiyo will also be discussing challenges and opportunities for women in Japan's corporate environment.
The CCCJ is pleased to announce that on December 11th, 2018 we will be hosting the annual Joint Chamber Bonenkai.
The CCCJ is pleased to invite you to our annual Joint Chamber Bonenkai, an end of year networking party which draws a diverse crowd of approximately 300 business people from domestic as well as international business chambers in Japan.
Guests this year are welcomed to Canada’s Embassy to Japan for one of the finest bonenkai parties on offer in Tokyo, complete with a grand standing buffet, free flow drinks, prizes and entertainment.
1. Drinking with Sake Breweries
A line-up of 10-12 breweries from across Japan will be serving their sake. Hear the passion that goes into making it first-hand.
2. Sake Workshop
There will be a lecture from Christopher Hughes, an international sake sommelier and certified sake teacher, who hosts KURAND's monthly international exchange sake workshop, Sake Exchange Tokyo (SET).