[NCCJ Member Event] フッティルーテンで航く 北極圏・北欧クルーズセミナー in ノルウェー大使館
Aug
27
11:00 AM11:00

[NCCJ Member Event] フッティルーテンで航く 北極圏・北欧クルーズセミナー in ノルウェー大使館

2019年6月に就航した、世界初の電気推進を取り入れたハイブリッド燃料型客船 MSロアール・アムンセン に早速iCruiseスタッフが乗船してきました。
ノルウェー最北端の島・スピッツベルゲン島や白夜の北極圏、野生動物との出会いなどを体験。セミナー当日は乗船したスタッフが「意外と身近な北極クルーズ」の魅力をご案内します。
またノルウェー沿岸を航行する「沿岸急行船」の魅力も併せてご案内。

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 [NCCJ Member Event] AVR Japan x EON Reality Norway - Workshop on Technology in Scandinavian Education 北欧式 最先端 フィナンス教育アプリ体験会
Sep
27
12:30 PM12:30

[NCCJ Member Event] AVR Japan x EON Reality Norway - Workshop on Technology in Scandinavian Education 北欧式 最先端 フィナンス教育アプリ体験会

Did you know that learning with AR (Augmented Reality) almost doubles(1.9 times) the levels of visual attention when compared to learning by traditional means and memory encoding increases by 70%? Learn more about the future of AR games in education through AVR Japan’s upcoming event!

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Jun
12
4:30 PM16:30

<External Event> JMEC: The Age of Disruptive Changes: AI, IoT, Robotics & tech innovations

Dear JMEC Friends,


This month we are please to announce Dr. Jorge Calvo as our expert speaker on “The age of disruptive changes: AI, IoT, Robotics &Tech innovations” 

Please join us at this event held at WeWork Nogizaka.


This event is free of charge please register: https://techinhealth.peatix.com/


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Date: 18:30-21:00 Thursday, June 27th, 2019 
Presentation: The Age of Disruptive Changes: AI, IoT, Robotics & tech innovations – Dr. Jorge Calvo
Place: WeWork Nogizaka (1-24-3, Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku,Tokyo 107-0062)
Price: Free of Charge
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Schedule:  
18:30 - 19:00 Registration and mingling 
19:00 - 19:30 Presentation - Dr. Jorge Calvo
19:30 - 19:45 Q&A
19:45 - 21:00 Socializing & Networking 
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Price: Free of Charge
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What's JMEC? Supported by 18 Chambers of Commerce, the Japan Market Expansion Competition (JMEC) is a business training program in Tokyo centered on a business plan writing competition. The dual objectives of the program are to strengthen the skills of up-and-coming executives while assisting foreign companies doing business in Japan. http://www.jmec.gr.jp/

Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/japanmarketexpansioncompetition.jmec/

Join Our Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/JMECAlumni/


Kind Regards

JMEC Alumni Association 

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Apr
10
9:00 AM09:00

[Nordic Chambers] Joint Nordic Breakfast Meeting with new Finnair CEO Topi Manner

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On Wednesday, 10 April 2019 we welcome you to join us for a Joint Nordic Breakfast Meeting with one of the most prominent Finnish business leader, Mr. Topi Manner, the new President & CEO of Finnair as our speaker. The event is organized by FCCJ in cooperation with Finnair, and Mr. Manner will talk about Finnair's Asia strategy: future steps

Details:

Date & Time: Wednesday, 10 April 201909.00-10:30
Venue: Imperial Hotel, Mai Room, Main Building 3F [MAP]
Cost:Members 5,000 yen, Guests 7,000 yen
Registration:by Friday, 4 March

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About Topi Manner

Topi Manner (MSc.Econ), born 1974, was appointed Finnair CEO as of January 1, 2019. Manner has a long career in management positions at Nordea, the largest financial group in the Nordic countries, and since 2016 he has worked as a member of Nordea's Group Executive Management and as Head of Personal Banking.


About Finnair

Finnair flies between Asia, Europe and North America with an emphasis on fast connections via Helsinki, carrying more than 12 million passengers annually. Finnair's extensive network connects 19 cities in Asia and 8 cities in North America with over 100 destinations in Europe. 

The airline, a pioneer in sustainable flying, was the first European airline to fly the next-generation, eco-smart Airbus A350 XWB aircraft and it is the first airline listed in the Leadership Index of the worldwide Carbon Disclosure Project. The only Nordic carrier with a 4-star Skytrax ranking, Finnair has also won the World Airline Award for Best Airline Northern Europe for the past nine years running. Finnair is a member of oneworld, the alliance of the world's leading airlines committed to providing the highest level of service and convenience to frequent international travellers.


We collect the fee at the hotel. Note that we have to invoice the fee for cancellations after Friday, 4 April and "no-shows". 

For Registration: Click here
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[Joint Event] NJS Yakatabune Cherry Blossom Evening Cruise
Mar
27
6:00 PM18:00

[Joint Event] NJS Yakatabune Cherry Blossom Evening Cruise

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Yakatabune Cherry Blossom Evening Cruise

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The Norway-Japan Society (NJS) kindly invites members and friends of NCCJ to a Yakatabune Evening Cruise, on board a Yakatabune (traditional Japanese houseboat) on Wednesday, 27th March 2019. This is the first time NJS organizes this dinner boat cruise during the cherry blossom season, and you are strongly encouraged to participate in the event!

Unlike previous cruise events held in September, we will first pass under the illuminated Rainbow Bridge and head to Sumida River. We will then cruise along the river toward the direction Tokyo Sky Tree up to Sakura Bridge. The boat will anchor for an hour at the Sakura Bridge area, and enjoy an excellent combination of Tempura, Sashimi and other Japanese foods. During the time we’re stationed by the Sakura Bridge you can also go up to the deck to see the light-up cherry blossom and Tokyo Sky Tree nearby from the boat. On the way back there is karaoke available on board for those who like to sing. Feel free to bring your family and friends for this fun occasion!

According to the cherry blossom forecasts the flowers will start to bloom on the 22nd and peak on 30th March in this area, so we will be able to enjoy cherry blossom close to its peak from our boat.

From the NJS Yakatabune Autumn Cruise 2018

From the NJS Yakatabune Autumn Cruise 2018

Details:

When: March 27th (18:00-21:30)
Where: “Yakatabune Funasei” (屋形船 船清) office reception desk【MAP
Cost: 8,000 yen
*Price includes foods and drinks, tax and service charge.
Register:
By March 20th, 2019


Payment:
Please pay in cash on the cruise day (27th March) to the Norway-Japan Society at reception desk of Funasei. Cancellation fee:  2 days before the event - 0%, 1 day before - 50%, on the cruise day - 100% 

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Note:
In case the weather should not permit a safe or enjoyable cruise (ex: very bad weather like typhoon, heavy windstorm, etc.), this program will be cancelled. In this case, we will inform each participant one day before about the cancellation decision. But in case of just normal rain, the program will be carried out as planned.

This is an excellent opportunity to enjoy beautifully light-up cherry blossom along River Sumida from the boat and meet other members. We look forward to seeing you in the evening of 27th March.

Please register within Wednesday March 20th

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NCCJ Club Evening - Cocktail Night @ Fuglen Asakusa
Mar
19
7:00 PM19:00

NCCJ Club Evening - Cocktail Night @ Fuglen Asakusa

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Cocktail Night @ Fuglen Asakusa


Our NCCJ Club Evening is back again, and we continue our quest to explore Norwegian establishments in Tokyo. This month we check out the venue of our Corporate Member Fuglen Asakusa, a cafe that recently opened up their doors following the great success of the original Fuglen in Tomigaya (Shibuya).

Fuglen is known as a showcase for Norwegian vintage design and coffee culture in Japan - but this time we’re invited to try out their assortment of exotic cocktails, including drinks based on the Norwegian national spirit called aquavit. The participation fee includes two drinks from their menu, and from there you get to choose yourself whether or not you want to order something in addition. 

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After the event you are welcome to take a stroll through the neighboring Senso-ji, where you can enjoy the sight of the peaceful temple buildings - at night the temple is lit up, and unlike daytime there are only a few visiting tourists around.

We hope that you'll take this opportunity not only to join us for an enjoyable evening but also to make new connections and catch up with old friends and acquaintances!

The Norwegian Club Evening is an informal gathering for members and friends of the NCCJ.

Details:

When: March 19th (19:00-21:00)
Where: Fuglen Asakusa【MAP
Cost: 2,000 yen 【Register here】
Register: By March 18th, 2019

Please register within Monday March 18th through the below link:


 
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[Nordic Chambers] Pre-Opening Tour to Moomin Valley Park, Hanno, Saitama Pref.
Mar
7
2:30 PM14:30

[Nordic Chambers] Pre-Opening Tour to Moomin Valley Park, Hanno, Saitama Pref.

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The Nordic Chambers are organizing a Pre-Opening Tour to Moomin Valley Park in Hanno, Saitama prefecture on Thursday, 7 MarchMoomin Valley Park, to be opened on Saturday, 16 March, is the second phase of the Metsä Project. The first phase, Metsä Village opened on 10 November 2018. 

Details:

 Date & Time: Thursday, 7 March , 14:30-20.30 
Official program starts 15:15 at Hanno station.

Place: Moomin Valley Park, Miyazawa-ko, Hanno, Saitama pref. [MAP]
Cost: Members 6,000 yen, others 9,000 yen
(collected at the venue unless otherwise agreed)
Incl. bus from Hanno station, dinner with free drinks, train at own expense 
Registration: by Friday, 22 February


Program: (note: train to/from Hanno by your own arrangement and cost, you can use other options)

→ 14:30 Depart Ikebukuro station by Seibu Ikebukuro Line, Chichibu 19 Red Arrow    
→ 15:09 Arrival at Hanno station   
→ 15:15 Meet in front of Hanno station, transport to Miyazawa-ko by bus (2.4 km)   
→ 15:35 Welcome & introduction: Robert Hirst, Representative Director, Moomin Monogatari, Ltd.    
→ 15:50 Guided tour around Moomin Valley Park   
→ 16:40Free time for sight-seeing, trying the zip-line, etc.   
→ 17:30 Dinner at Metsä Village main restaurant "LAGOM"   
→ 18:30Free time for shopping, end of official program 
Return at own choice:
19:10 / 19:30 / 19:50Shuttle bus to Hanno station from Metsä Village entrance (13 min.)19:35 / 20:05 / 20:35Depart Hanno station, Chichibu Red Arrow #46 / #48 / #5020:16 / 20:46 / 21:16Arrival at Ikebukuro station

Please note that we will collect the fee at the venue (unless otherwise agreed) and provide you with a receipt. Late cancellations and no-shows will be invoiced. 

For Registration: Click here
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[JMECAA]  # 20 Breaking into Japan: How to grow a foreign start-up Insights into Tailor -Made Business Models” with Louis Grieco
Feb
28
7:00 PM19:00

[JMECAA] # 20 Breaking into Japan: How to grow a foreign start-up Insights into Tailor -Made Business Models” with Louis Grieco

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This event is hosted by the JMEC Alumni Association. Supported by 18 Chambers of Commerce, among them NCCJ, the Japan Market Expansion Competition (JMEC) is a business training program in Tokyo centered on a business plan writing competition. The dual objectives of the program are to strengthen the skills of up-and-coming executives while assisting foreign companies doing business in Japan. For more info, check out: http://www.jmec.gr.jp/


[JMECAA] # 20 Breaking into Japan: How to grow a foreign start-up Insights into Tailor -Made Business Models” with Louis Grieco

What is needed for tackling some of the barriers for entering the Japanese market and creating a business model that will work for your business? 

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Louis Grieco, Country Manager of Le Creuset Japon K.K., will share his own experience both domestically and abroad for presenting an innovative approach, improving processes to make the business more efficient and productive, responding to market changes faster and providing better service to customers.

Louis is an experienced executive with a wide-ranging background in merchandising, branding, licensing, wholesale and omni-channel commerce ranging from mass market to luxury. Over the last 25 years, he has succeeded in helping international organizations, such as Ralph Lauren, Disney and QVC, navigate cross-cultural borders to solidify and expand their market footprints. As GM of the startup STORICO, he led a team to deliver a first-to-market video commerce platform combining online retail with influencer marketing and social media. Currently, as Country Manager for Le Creuset, he is focused on maintaining Le Creuset’s market position in an era where disruption and innovation continue to challenge brands and make expanding reach to new customers difficult.

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Date: 19:00-22:00. Thursday, February 28, 2019
Presentation: Breaking into Japan " Insights into Tailor-Made Business Models" with Louis Grieco
Place: Tokyo Chapter 
Price: ¥2000 pay at the door

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Schedule: 
19:00 - 19:30 Registration and mingling 
19:30 - 20:30 Presentation - Louis Grieco "How to grow a foreign start-up: Insights into Tailor-Made Business Models "
20:30 - 20:45 Q&A
21:00 - 22:00 Socializing & Networking

Ticket price includes all-you-can-drink. 
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NCCJ members are welcome to join the event by registering through the below link:

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NCCJ Club Evening - Taco Tuesday and ØL
Feb
19
7:00 PM19:00

NCCJ Club Evening - Taco Tuesday and ØL

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Taco Tuesday and ØL


Our NCCJ Club Evening is taking a new turn this month as we gather at the Norwegian bar ØL in Shibuya for beer and tacos. Did you know that tacos are so popular in Norway that having a Taco Friday has become a phenomenon in many Norwegian homes? While this event takes place on a Tuesday we're still excited to combine it with some taco - so please come join us for a Taco Tuesday!

Our venue for the evening, ØL Tokyo, is one of the very few Norwegian operated establishments in Tokyo, and with an array of both Norwegian and local beer on the menu, we are convinced that you'll be pleased with the assortment for the night. Participants get a set of two tacos and a bottle of “Norwegian Blonde” beer from our Corporate Member Oslo Brewing Co., and from there you get to choose yourself whether or not you want to order something in addition. 

We hope that you'll take this opportunity not only to join us for an enjoyable evening but also to make new connections and catch up with old friends and acquaintances!

The Norwegian Club Evening is an informal gathering for members and friends of the NCCJ.


Details:

When: February 19th (19:00-21:00)
Where: ØL Tokyo【MAP
Cost: 1,500 yen 【Through Peatix】, or
1,800 yen 【Through Email】
Register: By February 18th, 2019

Please register within Monday February 18th through the below links:

Can’t make it this time? Check out the list of upcoming Club Evenings here

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[Joint Chamber Event] 4th Inter-Chamber Ski Race
Jan
26
8:30 AM08:30

[Joint Chamber Event] 4th Inter-Chamber Ski Race

4th Inter-Chamber Ski Race

-January 26th (Place: NAGANO)

Once again, the Austrian Business Chamber (ABC) invites us to come join their Inter-Chamber Ski Race held in Nagano this upcoming January. Ski, snow, fun, race, family and friends – key words for the great mixture we had at our 3rd Inter-Chamber Ski Race in 2018. Now we are ready to start registration for the 2019 edition.

Details:

When: Race day: January 26th (Saturday)
*We recommend staying from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th
Race start will be 9.30am, registration and pick-up of numbers starts at 8.30am Evening/Award Party will start at 6.00pm
Where: Nagano【INFO
Cost: Race:
JPY 2,500 per adult, JPY 1,250 for minors under 20
Award Party:
JPY 5,500 for participants over 12yo, JPY 2,500 for children up to 12 years, free for children under 3yo
Register: By January 13, 2019 [Sign up through ABC'S event page]

Deadline: January 13, 2019

Hotel bookings:
Please book your own hotel! We have gathered a list of hotels in Hakuba. Please find HERE for the Hotellist.
Due to an upturn in the ski industry and interest from tourists, the weekends are usually well booked. Therefore, please book early!

Transport to the location:
Please choose your own modes of transport. The following public transport are working well in our experience:
– Shinkansen to Nagano Station, then switch to Highway Bus, approx. 2 ½ to 3 hours
Highway buses from Nagano station depart every hour. Take the East Exit at Nagano station and get on Hakuba bound buses at bus stop no. 6.
The Bus stop in Happo-one, Hakuba, is about 5min walk to the hotel

– Super Azusa Chuo limited express train directly to Hakuba station, approx. 4 hours
After arrival at Hakuba station you best take a taxi to your hotel or ask the hotel how to go there (approx. 10min by car)

– Highway Bus from Shinjuku to Happo-one, approx. 4,5 hours
Cost conscious solution with approx. JPY 9,000 go and return

Ski equipment:
If you have no ski equipment, no worries! There are plenty of rental shops in Hakuba. We recommend the Head Sports Station ( http://head-sportsstation.jp/hakuba/).

Registration:

You can sign up for the event through ABC’s homepage

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NCCJ New Year Club Evening at Andy's
Jan
22
7:00 PM19:00

NCCJ New Year Club Evening at Andy's

New Year Club Evening at Andy's

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Come join us as we kick off the new year on the third Tuesday in January with the first NCCJ Club Evening of 2019!

This popular event is back on the agenda after a long break. Not only is this a great opportunity to catch up with old friends and acquaintances, but also to make new connections within your industry.

We are pleased to announce that our previous ED, Michal Berg, will be present, so this is also a good opportunity to catch up with him and hear more about his recent activities at Innovation Norway.

The event will take place at Andy's Shin-hinomoto, also known as “Andy’s“. Their venue is conveniently located close to Hibiya/Yurakucho station, comfortably nestled beneath the Yamanote-line railroad tracks, and is famous for its informal and friendly atmosphere with excellent seafood.


Details:

When: January 22nd (19:00-21:00)
Where: Andy's Shin Hinomoto (酒処 ANDY'S 新日の基)【MAP
Cost: 5,400 yen
Register: By January 18th, 2019 through the below form

The Norwegian Club Evening is an informal gathering for members and friends of the NCCJ.
Please register through the form below within Friday January 18th.

Can’t make it this time? Check out the list of upcoming Club Evenings here

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Norwegian Julefest Christmas Party  - A NCCJ-NJS Collaboration
Dec
5
7:00 PM19:00

Norwegian Julefest Christmas Party - A NCCJ-NJS Collaboration

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Norwegian Julefest at Fuglen Asakusa

-December 5th (19:00 - 21:00)

It is our pleasure to announce that in cooperation with the Norway-Japan Society (NJS), we will launch our first Norwegian julefest (Christmas Party) on Wednesday, December 5th. The event will take place at Fuglen Asakusa, so you can look forward to a pleasant evening with julestemning (Christmas spirit) in the elegant surroundings of Norwegian vintage design. Norwegian Christmas porridge (grøt) and salmon is on the menu, along with a lottery where you can win exciting prizes.

Details:

When: Wednesday, 5 December , 19:00-21.00 
Where: Fuglen Asakusa  【MAP
Cost: ★Early bird prices (Register by November 25)
Members 4,000 yen
Guests 5,000 yen
★Last Minute Price: 6,000 yen

★Registered and Paid in advance through Peatrix: 6,000 yen


*1 drink from Fuglen is included in the price. Norwegian salmon, Christmas porridge and various snacks will also be served
Register: By Monday, 3 December [Sign up below]
We will collect the fee at the venue. Note that we will charge cancellations after 2 December and no-shows.
Various julefest items that will be given out at the event

Various julefest items that will be given out at the event

Entertainment:

Håvard Rem

Håvard Rem

Poetry Reading in Norwegian and Japanese
The Norwegian poet Håvard Rem from Oslo and the Japanese translator Tomoko Yamada from Tokyo will recite some of Rem’s short poems in Norwegian and Japanese. His poems are published in Russian, Arabic, Italian and Japanese, and used as lyrics by among others a-ha, Morten Harket, Vamp and Kaizers Orchestra. His recital includes the song “A Kind of Christmas Card” which won him and Morten Harket the title “Record of the year 1995” at the Norwegian Grammy Awards Spellemanprisen.

Maria Bue Kessel

Maria Bue Kessel

Christmas Accapella
Maria Bue Kessel is a Norwegian musician born and raised in Osaka. She is a classical pianist as well as a singer. In November 2017 she represented Norway in the Japanese singing competition «Nodojiman the World». She is now studying piano performance at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, and is regularly giving concerts in both Norway and Japan.


Who else is coming?

You can check out the list of registered participants here. Note that the list only gets updated once a day. If you don’t want your name on the list, please let us know upon registration using the “message” field.


Registration:

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Do you have any ideas for content at the event or otherwise want to sponsor/contribute?
Please contact us at office@nccj.or.jp


The event is sponsored by:

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[CLIC] Lindt – Chocolate in Japan is not just Valentine’s Day
Nov
28
7:00 PM19:00

[CLIC] Lindt – Chocolate in Japan is not just Valentine’s Day

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CLIC is a loose organization of 9 smaller European Chambers of Commerce in Japan created for the purpose of organizing innovative networking events to enable trading of ideas between the members of the participating chambers.

CLIC consists of the Austrian Business Council, Belgian-Luxembourg, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish and Swiss Chambers.


Wednesday, 28 November  - Joint Chambers Networking Event organized by CLIC:

Lindt – Chocolate in Japan is not just Valentine’s Day

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Lindt & Sprüngli is a Swiss chocolate manufacturer and recognized as leader in the market for premium chocolate, offering a large selection of products around the world. During 175 years it has become known as one of the most innovative and creative companies making premium chocolate under the key brand Lindt, but also under Ghirardelli, Hofbauer, Küfferle, Caffarel and 2014 Russell Stover.

At the 6th CLIC Event Mr. Andre Zimmermann, Representative Director, Lindt & Sprungli Japan Co., Ltd., will reveal the secrets behind their success in Japan and share his views on the future of the chocolate market.


Details:

Date & Time        Wednesday, 28 November, 19:00 – 21:00
(registration opens at 18:30)
Venue:                  Embassy of Sweden, Club Room (B1)  MAP
Cost:                    Members 4,000 yen, others 6,000 yen, incl. buffet & drinks (beer,
wine, soft drinks)
Registrations:       By 26 November

For Registration:
Please register no later than 26th November through the form at the bottom. We will collect the fee at the venue. Note that we will charge cancellations after 22 November and no-shows.

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About Andre Zimmermann
A Swiss national, Mr. Andre Zimmermann has spent most of his career in Japan starting in 1989 as Managing Director for Telekurs Financial. After serving as Senior Representative for LocationSwitzerland SECO 2005-2007 and as Managing Director for MATISA Japan from 2007 until he took up his current position at Representative Director, Lindt & Sprungli Japan Co., Ltd. In 2010.

Andre has also served on the Executive Committee of SCCIJ and Executive Operating Board of the European Business Council (EBC)

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Organizers:

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Register here:

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Nov
21
7:00 PM19:00

[Nordic Chambers] Spotify and Bang & Olufsen; The Future of Music Consumption

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The Nordic Chambers proudly invites you for an evening with two iconic companies shaping the way we consume music.

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SPEAKERS PROFILE

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Henrik Johansson
Director, Spotify Japan

Henrik has been with Spotify for the past 6 years managing teams responsible for the user experience, commercial research and innovation. 

Last year he relocated from Stockholm to Japan to run the Premium Business unit, responsible for paid subscriber and revenue growth. Before joining Spotify Henrik spent 10 years working for various Japanese firms in roles spanning marketing, business development and product design. 

Besides his current work at Spotify he also produces and performs experimental electronic music.


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Shin Iwanaga
President and Representative Director, Bang & Olufsen Japan

After graduating from Department of Economicsat Yamaguchi University in March 1997, Mr. Iwanaga joined Culture Convenience Club Co., Ltd. 

After working as a merchandiser at TSUTAYA stores, in April 2007 he took up the position as Executive Officer at Virgin Mega Stores Japan. In 2009 he participated in Daikanyama T - SITE development project. After that he participated in the remodel project of TSUTAYA TOKYO ROPPONGI from 2012. After working as a director of music, Mr. Iwanaga transferred to B's International, Bang & Olufsen's Japan import agency and was in charge of Bang & Olufsen's new Futako-Tamagawa and Umeda stores. 

In November 2016 he became President of B's International Co., Ltd., the position he holds today.
 

Date:   Wednesday November 21th, 2018
Time:   19:00 - 21:00 (Registration opens at 18:30)
Venue: Embassy of Sweden, Club Room (Apartment entrance) 

 1-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-ku  
Closest station: Kamiyacho (Hibiya line) or Roppongi-Itchome (Namboku line)       

Cost:    3,000/person JPY (NCCJ Members & guests) 
            4,000/person JPY (Non-members)
            (Wine, beer and non-alcoholic drinks will be served together with light snacks. )

Registration:  Through the below form.

Registration deadline: Registrations and cancellations before Nov 16th 

 

Embassy of Sweden, Club Room (Apartment entrance)
Japan, 〒106-0032 Tokyo, Minato, Roppongi, 1 Chome−10−3−100
Get directions

Please note that the event is fully booked.

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[Nordic Chambers] Pre-Opening Tour to Metsä Village (outside Moomin Theme Park)
Nov
5
3:30 PM15:30

[Nordic Chambers] Pre-Opening Tour to Metsä Village (outside Moomin Theme Park)

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The Nordic Chambers organize a Pre-Opening Tour to Metsä Village in Hanno, Saitama prefecture on Monday, 5 November. Metsä Village, officially open 9 November, is the first phase of the Moomin Theme Park, the second phase, Moomin Valley Park, will open on 16 March 2019. 


Details:

Date & Time: Monday, 5 November, 15:30-20.30 
Official program starts 16:15 at Hanno station.
Place: Metsä Village, Miyazawa-ko, Hanno, Saitama pref. [MAP]
Cost: 6,000 yen (collected at the venue unless otherwise agreed)
Incl. bus from/to Hanno station, dinner with free drinks, train at own expense 
Registration: by Friday, 26 October (due to space restrictions, members only) 


Program: 
(note: train to/from Hanno by your own arrangement and cost, you can use other options)

15:00 Depart Ikebukuro station by Seibu Ikebukuro Line, Chichibu 21 Red Arrow    
16:09 Arrival at Hanno station   
16:15 Meet in front of Hanno station, transport to Miyazawa-ko by bus (2.4 km)   
16:30 Welcome & introduction: Robert Hirst, Representative Director, Moomin Monogatari, Ltd.    
16:45 Guided tour around Metsä Village and a view of Moomin Valley Park (under construction)   
17:20 Free time for shopping, etc.   
18:00 Dinner at main restaurant   
19:10 Bus to Hanno station   
19:36 Depart Hanno station by Seibu Ikebukuro Line, Musashi 46 Red Arrow    
20:16 Arrival at Ikebukuro station


Please note that we will collect the fee at the venue (unless otherwise agreed) and provide you with a receipt. Late cancellations and no-shows will be invoiced.

For Registration: Click here
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