Architectural Institute of Japan
AIJ is an academic association with about 38,000 members. It is neither a governmental organ nor an organization for engineers to promote their professional interests. The main purpose of the Institute is to cultivate its members' abilities and to heighten architectural quality in Japan. As the sole integrated institute in the field of architecture.
Assocation of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS)
The Assocation of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS) is an international association of professionals actively pursuing the exchange of information and ideas concerning the Japanese business system and its economic, social and cultural environment. Members include academic scholars doing research and teaching related to Japan, government and business researchers, and business executives.
Belgium-Japan Association & Chamber of Commerce
The Belgium-Japan Association and Chamber of Commerce (BJA) is a non-profit organisation that promotes business and cultural relations between Belgium, Europe and Japan. It pursues the following objectives:
Promoting Belgian export and investment in Japan
Encouraging Japanese investment in Belgium
Promoting free trade and fair competition
The BJA offers a unique combination of business and cultural events to its 400 Belgian, European and Japanese members. Join our events and enter our network of top businessmen and women.
The BJA was founded in 1991, and was born from the merger of two formerly independent organisations, the "Association Belgo-japonaise" (1963) and the "Belgian-Japanese Trade Federation" or BEJAT (1987).
Entrepreneur Association of Tokyo (EA-Tokyo)
The Entrepreneur Association of Tokyo was founded to encourage, promote and support entrepreneurship in Japan. The association holds monthly seminars that create an 'Entrepreneurial Environment' in which members can learn from Japan's top entrepreneurs, network with like-minded individuals and develop their own business pursuits in an international setting.
Japan Association of Corporate Executives (KEIZAI DOYUKAI)
KEIZAI DOYUKAI is a business forum where leading executives develop and propose economic and social initiatives for Japan at home and abroad. KEIZAI DOYUKAI membership comprises approximately 1,500 top executives of some 900 large corporations, all sharing the common belief that corporate managers should be key players in a broad range of political, economic, and social issues.
Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Established in recognition of the urgent need to promote better communications. It is entrusted with carrying out collective, unified activities to promote understanding abroad of the actual state of Japan's economy, industry and trade in machine goods, and to explain Japanese trade policies.
Japan Federation of Economic Organizations (KEIDANREN)
Established on August 16, 1946 as a nationwide business association. Its membership includes 1,009 of Japan's leading corporations (including 63 foreign firms), as well as 119 industry-wide groups representing such major sectors as manufacturing, trade, distribution, finance, and energy. The purpose of Keidanren is to work for a resolution of the major problems facing the business community in Japan and abroad, and to contribute to sound development of the Japanese and world economies.
Japan Society of Civil Engineers
The Japan Society of Civil Engineers, positioned as the core of the field of civil engineering, has been the most prestigious academic association with long history, consisting of more than 35,000 members at present from all domains related to civil engineering including scholars, officials and engineers of private companies.
Young Entrepreneurs Organization
As a global, non-profit educational organization for young entrepreneurs, the Young Entrepreneurs' Organization (YEO) strives to help its members build upon their successes through an array of educational and networking opportunities. With more than 3,500 members in chapters around the world, YEO provides its members access to a dynamic network of peers on an international level.