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  • Latest News

    • February 21, 2017 SCCIJ to create even more value for members

      Tokyo (SCCIJ) - At the 35th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the SCCIJ, President Mr. Michael Mroczek has highlighted the heightened attractiveness and popularity of the Swiss Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan. He referred to an increase in membership and a rising attendance at the luncheon events during the past year. The AGM confirmed four current board members in their positions and elected Mr. Masao (Mark) Torii as new executive committee member. Mr. Fabien Clerc took the position of SCCIJ Vice President Kanto from Mr. Markus Gfeller who resigned from the board after completing a four-year term. Also, the AGM decided to double the annual contribution of the SCCIJ to the Scholarship Fund of the Swiss-Japan Chamber of Commerce in Zurich.[more]

    • February 17, 2017 ebeam Technologies opens innovation center in Japan

      Tokyo (SCCIJ) - ebeam Technologies, a developer and manufacturer of electron beam technologies from Flamatt, Switzerland, is boosting innovation in this area in Japan with the launch of its first research and development center in the country in Yokohama. ebeam Technologies said this allows Japan-based developers of print and packaging technology, and the food industry, to benefit from a workshop environment designed by specialists for specialists. The Japan atelier joins those located in Flamatt, Switzerland; Shelton, US; and Shanghai, China, as well as Davenport, Iowa, US that also hosts a large pilot line for continuous trials on webs.[more]

    • February 14, 2017 SCCIJ Kansai welcomes new Swiss Ambassador

      Osaka (SCCIJ) - The new ambassador of Switzerland to Japan, Mr. Jean-François Paroz, has met members and guests of the Swiss business community and representatives of Japanese companies with close ties to Switzerland in the Kansai area at an official Swiss dinner. The event with Mr. Paroz, who took up his position in September, was part of a diplomatic exploration tour of the Kansai area. The evening meeting at Swissôtel Nankai Osaka was organized by the SCCIJ. The Swiss ambassador to Japan is traditionally the Honorary President of the Swiss Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan. [more]

    • February 10, 2017 Japan stays resilient market for Swiss watches

      Tokyo (SCCIJ) - The Swatch Group has declared an end to the Swiss watch industry downturn. The largest Swiss watchmaker said that it had seen "very good growth" during the last two months of 2016 and the start of 2017. Sales in Japan were as well on an upward trend in recent months, the company said in a statement. In mid-November, two of the Swatch Group’s luxury brands, Glashütte Original and Jaquet Droz, opened a shared boutique in the Nicolas G. Hayek Center, a 14–floor retail hub of the group in Tokyo’s Ginza. Actually, Japan has proven to be a resilient market for Swiss watch exports even during the last two difficult years. [more]

    • February 07, 2017 Inter-chamber group enjoys ski race in Hakuba

      Tokyo (SCCIJ) - The second Inter-Chamber Ski Race turned out as intended - a fun event for members and friends of the business chambers from the three German-speaking countries Austria, Germany and Switzerland in Japan. All participants enjoyed the occasion of a ski and relaxation weekend outside of the megalopolis Tokyo together with their families and friends. The ski race and after-party were organized by the Austrian Business Council (ABC), the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan (AHK Japan) and the Swiss Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan (SCCIJ).[more]

    • February 03, 2017 Switzerland best at attracting and keeping talent

      Tokyo (SCCIJ) - The fourth edition of the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) has placed Switzerland at the top ahead of Singapore, with the four Nordic countries Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway in the top 10. The United Kingdom and the United States rank third and fourth respectively. Japan was ranked as 22nd, three places lower than last year. The study is produced annually by the business school INSEAD with input from the Adecco Group (Switzerland) and the Human Capital Leadership Institute of Singapore (HCLI). The GTCI measures how countries grow, attract and retain talent, providing a resource for decision makers to develop strategies for boosting their talent competitiveness. [more]

    • January 31, 2017 Luncheon: Trade frictions threaten Japan's economy

      Tokyo (SCCIJ) - The possible consequences of the economic policies of the new U.S. president Donald Trump dominated the SCCIJ January Luncheon talk given by Mr. Hiromichi Shirakawa, chief economist at Credit Suisse Securities in Japan. Currency and trade issues would be at the top of the economic agenda between Japan and the United States this year, Mr. Shirakawa told his audience of more than 60 members and guests at the first SCCIJ luncheon in 2017. The annual SCCIJ luncheon series is traditionally started in January with an economic outlook by a prominent economist of a Swiss bank in Japan. [more]

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