Event Report: SCCJ Sakura Party at Togo Kinenkan in Harajuku
SCCJ organized Sakura party at the new venue, Togo Kinenkan (東郷記念館) in Harajuku last Wednesday, April 3, which around 60 people attended.
This year, we invited Fukagawa Geisha (深川芸者) as special guests.
During the party, they were walking around to talk with guests, and many guests took photos with them.
New Members & New Gold Member
We are happy to announce that we welcome two new Corporate members SCCJ!
New Corporate Member, import business and whole selling for Scandinavian products. The office is located in Gunma.
New Associate Member, sales of software for driver monitoring and vehicle safety. The office is located in Roppongi.
Team Building Bowling Competition
On March 18th, we organized the annual team building competition at Sasazuka Bowl.
73 guests from 15 companies attended the event with 18 teams.
This year, Atlas Copco, who had three different teams competing won the game!
Participants are from following companies:
Report: How to Utilize the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement
On March 13th, Embassy of Sweden, Business Sweden and SCCJ co-organized an event focusing on how Swedish companies can utilize the EU-Japan Partnership Agreement (EPA) at Embassy of Sweden.
Around 60 people attended this half-day seminar bringing up various topics surrounding the EPA, also including a panel discussion answering questions from the audience.
Event Report: "Build Better Business Through Diversity"
On March 8th, SCCJs WIN (Women's Impact Network) organized a panel discussion at Embassy of Sweden to celebrate the 1-year anniversary for WIN as well as the International Women's Day.
We invited the following speakers for a panel discussion on the theme "Build Better Business Through Diversity":
Kathy Matsui, Vice Chair, Goldman Sachs
Breakfast meeting with the Minister Jennie Nilsson
On March 5th, SCCJ organized a breakfast round table discussion with Swedish Minister for Rural Affairs, Jennie Nilsson accompanied by Ambassador Magnus Robach and a delegation from the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation.
Representatives from 9 Swedish subsidiaries in Japan took part in the discussion.