The Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) is a Japanese governmental organisation that promotes mutually beneficial trade and investment relations between Japan and other nations. One of the main activities of JETRO London is to support British, Irish, Finnish and Swedish companies looking to invest in Japan. To this end, JETRO’s free-of-charge services include consultation with an investment advisor, basic market research and incubation office space.
The Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO), Japan’s core organisation for promoting foreign direct investment (FDI) into Japan, identifies companies interested in investing into Japan and supports them from the stage of business development to that of corporate establishment. JETRO hereby looks for a contractor who has networks with global companies and knowledge in industry trends.
Bid on Overseas Business Development Coordinator for Kobe City (April 14, 2015)
In order to promote economic exchange with foreign countries, Kobe city is looking for an overseas business development coordinator. The coordinator is expected to provide up-to-date information of foreign countries to Kobe city and also transmit information about Kobe effectively, corresponding to the business purpose and the current status of each country with a view to understanding the mutual needs and to promote business matching. The coordinator will be based in south-east Asia (Singapore or Bangkok) and UK (London).
*It doesn't have to be both. You can apply with any one of the locations.
A Japanese View on World Energy Future -The Impacts of Lower Economic Growth in China and India- (October 25, 2014)
JETRO (Japan External Trade Organisation) London, the Japan Society and JOGMEC (Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation) would like to invite you to a seminar on a Japanese view on world energy outlook with special focus given to analyzing the impacts of lower economic growth in China and India. Professor Ken Koyama, Chief Economist and Managing Director of Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ), will present an outline of the IEEJ’s recently announced Energy Outlook, followed by comments and discussion by prominent energy experts. Professor Koyama will also touch upon Japan’s recent energy policy challenges.
2nd Invitation - 2014 Subsidy Programme for Projects Promoting Foreign Direct Investment, Site Location and Regional Development in Japan (Project of site location for global companies) (September 16, 2014)
The Subsidy Programme for Projects Promoting Foreign Direct Investment, Site Location and Regional Development in Japan (Project of site location for global companies) is intended to attract and concentrate high-value-added business operation that match the strength of the Japanese economy by supporting global companies’ establishment of new business locations in Japan, such as Head Sites or R&D Sites.
We are launching a bid on booth design and supervision for the Japan Pavilion at Speciality & Fine Food Fair 2014 (SFFF2014).
All applicants need to apply in according with all related regulations to SFFF2014.
To enter your proposal, please submit all necessary forms by e-mail by 12:00pm on 17th July 2014.