Event Report: CEO Round Table Breakfast with AstraZeneca
Event Report: SCCJ Bowling Competition 2020
WIN Event Report: Top 10 Resiliency Tips by Corinne Johnson, Shimizu Corp
SCCJ WIN(Women's Impact Network) hosted the first event in 2020 on January 30.
With around 40 participants, Corinne shared her own experience and career in Japan.
She also discussed the situation where she was the only woman in her team or in the room to point out how a woman can be a strength for making positive change within the organization, as long as you have the right support systems in place.
Event Report: Young Swedish Professionals Launch Event
On December 13 2019, SCCJ hosted the launch event of Young Swedish Professionals (YSP).
There were around 250 guests enjoying the great night together with following artists:
● Krs (Art, www.krsart.com)
● Robin Rastenberger (Live music https://www.instagram.com/robin.rastenberger)
● Jörgen Axelvall (Photography http://www.jorgenaxelvall.com/)
Report: Ambassador's CEO Advisory Board with the Governor of Tokyo
Event Report: SAS - Sustainable Trip Breakfast Meeting
SAS and 5 Nordic chambers (DCCJ, FCCJ, ISCCJ, NCCJ, SCCJ) co-organized the breakfast meeting to discuss "sustainable travel and tourism" at Embassy of Sweden, November 27.
After having breakfast, the guest speaker Markus Ek, Vice President, Global Sales at SAS talked about their perspective on how to achieve sustainable travel as well as their special projects for Tokyo 2020.
The participants at this event were quite interested in hearing more about their strategy and asked a lot of questions during and after the presentation.
Scholarship at the Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan (SCCJ)
Event Report: SCCJ Crayfish Party
SCCJ organized Crayfish Party at Embassy of Sweden on September 27.
Over 100 people joined from various companies, as well as Ambassador Pereric Högberg.
We sang Helan Går with Ambassador to start the party.
Guest enjoyed food, drinks and crayfish in Swedish style, having a great time with new and old friends sitting next each other!
A message from SCCJ Chairman on EBC & SCCJ
Dear Member of SCCJ,
As you may be aware, SCCJ has during a number of years been considering withdrawing from EBC (European Business Council in Japan) with the main reason being that we have considered the EBC fees being too high – actually being one of the single-biggest expense items for the Chamber with around 7% of the yearly budget. We have not managed to come to a compromise on the fee levels and have therefore decided to withdraw. The decision was made with unanimous approval by all Directors of SCCJ.