We are particularly proud of our shared accomplishments - because these are achieved in a team
"Team Norway" is a term used to describe the ad hoc style of joint promotion of Norway and Norwegian products and brands in Japan based on teamwork and cooperation between public and private sector representatives.
Links to other respective Team Norway members:
Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo - http://www.norway.or.jp/
Innovation Norway – http://www.innovasjonnorge.no/system/Global-toppmeny/English/
Norwegian Seafood Council – http://www.seafoodfromnorway.com/
On June 11 we hosted our new event “NCCJ Norwegian Seafood Sushi Party” at the Norwegian Embassy, and the event also included a presentation about history and trends for Norwegian seafood in Japan by the Norwegian Seafood Council.
We were welcomed onboard Corporate Member Wilhelmsen Ship Management's newest vessel, the Viking Orion, for her Maiden call to Tokyo.
We are pleased to announce that the Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry has confirmed his attendance in what will be the most important arena between executives from Norwegian and Asian ocean industries.
Recently a delegation from the Norwegian Standing Committee on Family and Cultural Affairs came to visit Japan and the Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo. As a part of their program, we gathered at Cafe Fuglen Asakusa along with our Corporate Members Fuglen and Stokke.
The Norwegian Minister of Fisheries, Mr. Harald Nesvik visited us at the Norwegian Embassy as a part of his one-week trip organized by the Norwegian Seafood Council (NSC) to meet with representatives of Japanese and Norwegian business partners.
Last week marked the opening of the Munch Exhibition in Tokyo Metropolitan Museum, and we at NCCJ had a busy week with Munch-related events. One of the highlights of the week was a seminar hosted by VisitNorway at the Norwegian Embassy, and as one of our Corporate Members we were present to facilitate for the occasion.