Joint Chambers Networking Event organized by CLIC: Vranken Pommery – The Wine Market in Japan
Time & Location
About The Event
CLIC is a loose organization of 11 smaller European Chambers of Commerce in Japan created for the purpose of
organizing innovative networking events to enable trading of ideas between the members of the participating chambers.
CLIC consists of the Austrian Business Council, Belgian-Luxembourg, Danish, Dutch, Greek, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish and Swiss Chambers.
Wednesday 17 April - Joint Chambers Networking Event organized by CLIC
Vranken Pommery – The wine market in Japan
Vranken-Pommery Monopole is the second largest Champagne group. With wineries in Champagne, Provence, Camargue and Douro, it is one of Europe’s leading winegrowers. Its brand portfolio includes the leading Champagne brands (VRANKEN, POMMERY, HEIDSIECK & CO MONOPOLE and CHAMPAGNE CHARLES LAFITTE), the ROZES and SAO PEDRO ports and TERRAS DO GRIFO Douro wine brands, the Sable de Camargue DOMAINE ROYAL DE JARRAS rosé wines and Côtes de Provence CHATEAU LA GORDONNE.
At the 7th CLIC Event Mr. Ken Moroi, CEO of Vranken Pommery Japan Co., Ltd., will reveal the secrets behind their success in Japan and share his views on the future of the wine market. There will be opportunity to taste!
Date & Time Wednesday 17 April, 19:00 - 21:00 (registration opens at 18:30)
Venue: Embassy of Belgium, 5-4, Nibancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Cost: Members 5,000 yen, others 7,000 yen, incl. buffet & drinks(wine, beer, soft drinks)
Registrations: by Thursday 11 April
Please register on DCCJ homepage no later than Thursday, 11 April. You are requested to pay by bank transfer, no cash payment is allowed at the Embassy. Note that cancellations after 11 April and no-shows will be fully charged.
About Ken Moroi
A French and Japanese, Ken Moroi was born in Paris and received a Master Degree in Japanese Language and International Trade at Paris IX university. Ken moved to Japan in 2004 to open the branch of Vranken-Pommery Monopole. He is now in charge of the Asia-Pacific Region since 2016, based in Japan where he offices as CEO of Vranken-Pommery Japan KK.