DCCJ is proud to have an extensive network of external organizations. As a member, you will have access to this network, which can provide you with valuable insights and connections to help your business succeed in the Danish-Japanese community.
Royal Danish Embassy in Japan
The Embassy’s overall priority is to increase the awareness of Denmark and Danish competences in Japan among decision-makers within politics, business and the public. Secondly to optimize the input from Japan measured on growth, job creation and innovation. Thirdly to create value for Denmark in Japan and strengthen the good relations between Denmark and Japan.
The Embassy helps strengthen Danish and Japanese trade relations by aiding Danish companies that wish to export to Japan and by promoting Denmark to Japanese companies that wish to invest in Denmark.
The Embassy simultaneously works on increasing the general knowledge of Denmark through public diplomacy.
European Business Council in Japan
Since 1972 the European Business Council (EBC) is the trade policy arm of 17 European National Chamber of Commerce and Business Associations in Japan and has been working to improve the trade and investment environment for European companies in Japan for around 2,500 local European corporate and individual members.
Some 350 companies participate directly in one or more of the EBC's 24 industry committees, whose work covers a wide variety of economic sectors, identifies the issues keeping the companies from achieving their full potential in Japan and uses the vast array of EBC’s lobbying tools to bring change by eliminating the problems.
Japan Market Expansion Competition
The Japan Market Expansion Competition (JMEC) is a business training program in Tokyo centered on a business plan writing competition. The dual objectives of the program are to strengthen the skills of up-and-coming executives, while assisting foreign companies doing business in Japan. JMEC is supported by 18 Chambers of Commerce in Japan.
Tokyo Employment Consultation Center
Tokyo Employment Consultation Center provides attorneys with knowledge of labor-related laws and gives advice free of charge.
This center was established under the Act on National Strategic Special Zones and provides support to global companies and startups so that they can understand employment-related rules in Japan and smoothly set up their business enterprises. Examples of major inquiries are documentation checks including “Notice of employment” and legal points to note with respect to contracts in Japan.
VisitDenmark is the Official Tourism Organization of Denmark, promoting the destination abroad. VisitDenmark partners with the Danish tourism industry and other export sectors in order to increase global awareness of Denmark, attract more leisure and business travelers to the destination, and increase growth, turnover and employment in Denmark.
University of Copenhagen - Humanities
University of Copenhagen is the oldest university and research institution in Denmark. Most courses are taught in Danish or English, with four campuses placed around in the central Copenhagen.
The university is a member of the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU) and of the League of European Research Universities (LERU).
The university has been ranked as the best in Scandinavia.
The Aarhus University School of Business and Social Sciences is one of four faculties of Aarhus University in Denmark. The school consists of six departments: Economics and Business Economics, Management, Political Science, Law, Psychology and Behavioural Sciences and Department of Business Development and Technology.