3rd India-Japan Business Conference to Boost Indo-Japan Economic Ties in Mumbai

The 3rd India-Japan Business Conference is set to take place on July 10th, 2024, at the Nehru Centre in Worli, Mumbai. Themed “Synergizing Growth: Empowering SMEs through Indo-Japan Collaboration,” the conference promises a day of discussions, networking, and business insights focused on empowering small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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Keynote speakers and distinguished guests include leaders from the Indian and Japanese business communities, such as Mr. Koji Yagi, Consul General of Japan in Mumbai, and Mr. Siddharth Deshmukh, President of the Indo-Japan Business Council (IJBC).

The conference agenda will address key topics in Indo-Japan business relations, including technology, innovation, and cultural adaptation. Highlights include panel discussions on “Technology and Innovation: Bridging the Gap for SMEs” and “Cultural Adaptation and Business Etiquette: Succeeding in Japan and India,” fireside chats featuring successful Indian entrepreneurs in Japan, and introductions to IJBC committees focused on professional advisory, governance, higher education research, and the North East Region.

Quotes from IJBC leaders emphasize the importance of the conference for fostering stronger business ties and creating new opportunities for SMEs, which are a vital part of both the Indian and Japanese economies.

Registration is now open for those interested in attending the conference and networking with industry leaders.

The India-Japan Business Council (IJBC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting bilateral trade relations between India and Japan


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