Australia Japan Business Co-operation Committee | 2017 February
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February 2017

The annual Joint Business Conference of the AJBCC and JABCC will held in Tokyo from Sunday 8 to Tuesday 10 October 2017. This will be the 55th annual conference of the two organisations. You can read about the history of the AJBCC here. With rising Japanese business investment in Australia, strong trading activity as...

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made a lightning visit to Australia on Saturday 14 January this year, as part of a 4 country visit in South East Asia. In Sydney just for the day, he attended a business round table, a JNTO tourism promotion seminar before one-on-one meetings...

The Embassy of Japan in Canberra will host its second Japan-Australia Infrastructure Networking Meeting with the private sector and government officials. The full day meeting on Thursday 23, which will include one-on-one business meetings, will be preceded by a dinner on Wed 22 February. The meeting will...

The Australian Government's Australia Japan Foundation (AJF), opens its grant round for 2017-18 on 6 February 2017 and it remains open until 6 April 2017. There are 6 priority areas: Communication, Information and Advocacy Economic Diplomacy and Geopolitics Education and Australian studies Reconstruction Scientific innovation Society and Culture Full details of...

Andrew Gauci, new President of the Australia New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ANZCCJ) joins the AJBCC Executive Committee as ex-officio Member representing the ANZCCJ. Andrew is the successor of former President and tireless worker, Melanie Brock. Andrew is Managing Director and Head of Japan for Lendlease....

The Victorian Government has announced that applications for Hamer Scholarships, which provide an opportunity for university language study in Japan, will open on 6 February until the 11 March 2017. The scholarships for Japan are valued at A$15,000. The program is open to Victorians aged 21 or above...