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Established in 1948, the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan (BCCJ) is an exceptionally active and ever-expanding private membership organisation serving over 700 high-caliber members and 200 businesses. The BCCJ’s mission is to strengthen business ties between the UK and Japan, promote and support the business interests of BCCJ members, and encourage new British business into the Japanese market – as well as Japanese investment into the UK.
Presented by the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan, the 2013 British Business Awards broke the record for this annual gala event by drawing 62 nominees. About 220 guests enjoyed a superb evening of cuisine, entertainment—and recognition for the best of UK business in Japan.
These two tea-drinking island monarchies held several events in 2013 to mark four centuries of business, diplomatic, academic and cultural relations. BIJ NOW visited the British Embassy Tokyo, which marked a key milestone in June, and captured the special atmosphere at the sell-out “400 Night”, hosted by the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan at the Conrad Tokyo in July.
The British Chamber of Commerce in Japan plays a key role not just for UK firms entering or expanding in Japan, but also for Japanese exporters and investors in the UK and the rest of Europe. Elected in April 2013, BCCJ President Alison Jambert tells us what one of the biggest and most influential foreign business membership organisations in Tokyo stands for.
Congratulations from BIJ.TV to the winners and organisers of the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan’s fifth annual British Business Awards held on 2 November at the Conrad Tokyo. BIJ.TV covered the event and produced a special digest video.