It has now been decided that The Danish Chamber of Commerce in Japan, a supporter of JMEC (Japanese Market Entry Competition), will grant a scholarship to either an individual member, employee from a corporate member, as well as student member of DCCJ, and sponsor 50 percent of their fees for a JMEC business training program.
This business training program at JMEC is designed to foster the development of foreign businesses (project clients) in Japan, while strengthening the business skills of up-and-coming executives (program participants). The core of the program is a competition in which participant groups compete to create the best business plan for their respective company clients.
While being a great opportunity to meet many new business contacts in Japan, this program will also equip participants with the tools to research, survey and analyze a market, create a business plan and conduct meetings with company clients.
The deadline for applying for the scholarship is October 15th, and afterwards DCCJ will choose a final candidate to receive the scholarship.
If you have any questions about the scholarship, please send your inquiries to Executive Director of DCCJ, Leon Esben Ota: email@example.com