The Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Japan (BLCCJ) promotes business in the Japanese market by supporting the Belgian-Luxembourg business community and creating a more favorable market environment for its member companies.
To achieve this, we organize a number of events and seminars that provide you with valuable insights in the Japanese market, and give you the opportunity to network and meet fellow exporting companies, local professionals, expatriates and the movers and shakers of the Belgian and Luxembourg business community in Japan.
Interested? Don’t hesitate to contact us for more info, or become a member of the BLCCJ!LEARN MORE
We are pleased to announce that the 14th North America – Europe Golf Challenge in Japan – the Mercedes-Benz – Cole Haan Cup – will be played on Friday, 7 October, at the same venue as in previous years, the Atsugi Kokusai Country Club in Kanagawa Prefecture. The organizing task-force, Mercedes-Benz Japan and Cole Haan Japan are working hard to make the event […]
BLCCJ member Ever Brew Corporation is organizing the 7th edition of the Bruxellensis Beer Festival, from August 10th till 14th, this year at Shinjuku Okubo Park in Kabukicho. This beer festival focuses on smaller local beer breweries in Belgium. It is one of the largest beer events in Japan. Advance tickets cost JPY […]
We would like to inform you that the Ireland Japan Chamber of Commerce (IJCC) is presently recruiting for the role of Operations Manager. This is an interesting and dynamic role at the heart of the Chamber`s operations. Please refer to the attached for further details. Interested candidates should submit both resume and accompanying application letter […]
Dear members and friends, We are happy to inform you that BLCCJ member Patrick Gerola, Fine Art Painter and Artist, is exposing at the Ikeda Museum of 20th Century Art. You can go and see his work till October 4th, daily from 9:00 till 17:00. Entrance fee is JPY 1,000. http://www.nichireki.co.jp/ikeda/event.html Address: […]
A research team from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. Munich (Germany) and the German Institute for Japanese Studies in Tokyo are currently conducting a research project on “Effective Multinational Teamwork in Japan.” The project examines key success factors for effective leadership and collaboration in multinational work teams in Japan. The main aim is to identify promising new methods […]