2022年12月 9日、金曜日 Plaisirs d’Hiver
Digital Event: Fostering Successful Relationships with Japanese Businesses
Conducting business in a foreign country presents many unique challenges, especially when it comes to intercultural communication. Words and actions that are fully acceptable, or even expected, in some cultures might have negative effects in other cultures. This is particularly true when it comes to dealing with people from tradition-rich countries such as Japan, where a great deal of emphasis is placed on tradition.
With the Princely Mission to Japan ahead and opportunities opening up in the land of the rising sun, join us for a speedy learning opportunity together with AWEX, hub.brussels, FIT, FEVIA & Wagralim, and the BJA.
This event is now fully booked.
|09:55||Opening up of digital event|
|10:00||Welcome words by Vincent Schepens, Manager Business Development of ANA and BJA Membership Committee Chair, and moderator for the event|
|10:05||The 5 keys to understand and work successfully with Japanese colleagues and partners by Olivier van Beneden, Managing Director, Japan Consulting Office|
|10:30||Panel discussion on how to do business in Japan with the regional representatives in Tokyo:|
|William Delsemme of hub.brussels Tokyo|
|Vincent Goossens, FIT Tokyo|
|Yuka Morita, AWEX Tokyo|
|11:00||Don't be too much Gaijin by Kurt Leuridan, CEO of Tokai Optecs and BJA Investment Committee Chair|
|11:15||Development in the Japanese market: Get support from national and European level by Yuan Chai, International Affairs Officer Wagralim
Belgian-Japanese trade in food and beverages: trends and opportunities by Tine Vandervelden, International Business Director Fevia
|11:25||Opportunity to further discuss in the zoom rooms of FIT, AWEX, and hub.brussels|
Free of charge - registration mandatory
This event is now fully booked
The Speakers' presentations can be viewed HERE