What is the ANZCCJ?
The Australian and New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ANZCCJ) was established in 1991 after agreement between the existing Australian Chamber of Commerce and the New Zealand embassy. It is a non-profit organization with more than 400 members. The Chamber is managed by the members through an Executive Council and sub-committees that deal with specific areas of interest. All membership funds are used for the operation of the Chamber.
What is the objective of the ANZCCJ?
The primary objective of the ANZCCJ is to promote business and strengthen cultural ties between Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
The ANZCCJ’s mission is to play a constructive and meaningful role in developing Australia/New Zealand-Japan business by providing Members with an effective source of information, representation and commercial connections.
Information: High-quality, practical information related to doing business between Australia/New Zealand and Japan.
Representation: Robust and effective advocacy of Australian and New Zealand business interests to the Japanese government. Promoting a positive perception of Australian and New Zealand business to the wider Japanese and international business community, and enhancing understanding of the benefits of doing business with Japan among the Australian/New Zealand communities.
Commercial Connections: Business networking opportunities among Australian/New Zealand and Japanese business through a range of forums and social events and through business referrals.
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