THE SPANISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN JAPAN
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Few Words About Us
The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Japan (SpCCJ) is a non-profit association of business firms and individual professionals belonging to different trades and industries whose goal is to further their interests in Japan and Spain.
In line with these goals, the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Japan (SpCCJ) channels the activities of the Japanese and Spanish business communities in Japan, fostering commercial relationships as well as developing a network to help existing and new members, attending and solving import/export and promotion queries through its service catalogue.
We are the only Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Japan (SpCCJ) officially recognized by both the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism.
Our activities are only directed and controlled by our members through the board of directors.
Communication obstacles like language barriers and stereotypes have a negative impact on international business and multicultural organizations. Effective communication can help to foster a good working relationship among your staff, improve communication with clients and increase your organization’s ability to communicate and understand an intercultural and growing population. The SpCCJ in collaboration with Novajika brings a useful tailormade Spanish language training program to member and friend companies with courses that will be specifically designed according to your business needs. Novajika is a Spain-Japan consulting company with a bast experience in fields like Sports, Media, Trading and is also the creator of #SpainLabo, a Spanish learning platform for Japanese speakers, which focuses on improving verbal communication from a practical perspective. These courses […]Find out more »
Webinar: Growing your organization and attracting talent in a hybrid work environment in South East Asia
Over the past two years, the world of work has changed. Our workforce has new expectations and priorities where employees prefer flexible work arrangements. Join our corporate members Globalization Partners, Mormedi and Michael Page in a webinar to show how you can harness top talent in this new normal of hybrid work. Our expert speakers: Albert Barbe, Partner Manager at Globalization Partners; Albert Perez, Regional Director at Michael Page; and Juliane Trummer, VP Strategy and Design at Mormedi, and our moderator Jorge Calvo, Deputy Dean at Globis Management School Tokyo, Japan, as they provide valuable insights on: How to attract and retain talent in the region. Challenges of the post-pandemic […]Find out more »
On Thursday, the 13th October, the online seminar titled "FoodTech: Open Innovation Ecosystem" will be held, with the support of SpCCJ and co-sponsored by the Economic and Commercial Office of the Spanish Embassy and the Field for Knowledge Integration and Innovation (FKII). ＊日本語はこちらのリンクからご覧ください。 Details of the Online Seminar Title: FoodTech: Japan and Spain’s first co-sponsored event “Ecosystem of Open Innovation – Introduction to the 2023 Spain FoodTech Exhibition” Date & Time: 16:00-17:30 on Thursday, 13th October 2022 Sponsored by: ICEX, Economic and Commercial Office of the Embassy of Spain, and the Field for Knowledge Integration and Innovation (FKII) Supported by: JETRO and SpCCJ Language: Japanese and English Registration: https://embassy-of-spain-20221013.peatix.com/view […]Find out more »
We are pleased to announce the next edition of the traditional European Joint Chambers Networking Party, held this year on Tuesday, October 18 at The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon. This year, we will also take the occasion to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the creation of the European Business Council. So come and join the must-attend event of the year for networking with business people from European Chambers of commerce and be part of the celebration with fine food and free-flow drinks ! Event Details Date: Tue, October 18th Time: 19h – 21h (Doors open at 18:30h) Food & Drink: 2 hours of free-flowing canapes and drinks Venue: The Tokyo […]Find out more »
On Tuesday, the 25th October, the Head of the Commercial Office of the Spanish Embassy in Japan, Fernando Hernández Jiménez-Casquet will deliver an online seminar - “The stable supply of renewable energy - what can we learn from Spain’s power system reforms?” . He is also the expert in this field as he has held key positions in the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) and the Spanish National Market Competition Commission, so this will be a great opportunity to gain insights of the renewable energy in Spain. ＊日本語は下のリンクからご覧ください。 Details of the Online Seminar Title: “The stable supply of renewable energy - what can we learn from Spain’s […]Find out more »
Save the date for the 2022 Spain-Japan Business Contribution Awards (SJBCA). The highlight of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Japan’s calendar will be held on Friday 25 November. This ceremony has started since 2016. The Board of Directors of the SpCCJ decided to recognise successful relations between Spain and Japan through the awards programme, "Spain Japan Business Contribution Awards". In 2016, the Award was given to LaLiga, whose President Javier Tebas flew from Spain for the ceremony, to recognize LaLiga’s impressive work around Sports Business, from broadcasting and digital, to fan merchandise and travel, which influenced the Japanese football business a lot. In its second year in 2017, the Award was presented […]Find out more »
Yesterday the Tokyo Small and Medium Enterprise Management Consultant Association (T-SMECA) came to the Embassy of Spain in Japan. They delivered an insightful seminar (TAILOR-MADE “HANDS-ON” SUPPORT for SMEs (New Date) – The Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Japan) about its organization and how to get the subsidies from the government. We would like to thank the speakers of T-SMECA and our members who attended the seminar.
We are pleased to announce that our corporate member, BH FITNESS , and the Japan Padel Association have recently signed a partnership agreement regarding physical training for Japanese players! Spanish training equipment giant BH FITNESS, the official supplier of several powerhouse clubs, including 2021 La Liga winners Atlético de Madrid, has signed a partnership agreement with the Japan Padel Association. BH will make their Edogawa’s boutique-style gym “FREELY GO” available to the players of the national padel for their preparation Iñigo Salinas, the marketing manager at BH Fitness, said, “We are very happy to collaborate with the Japan Padel Association on this project and contribute to the professionalization of padel