SLBCJ

SLBCJ

Sri Lanka Business Council of Japan (SLBCJ)

 

Established
2003
Members
25 (As of Sep. 2017)
Location
Tokyo, Japan
Industry
General/Automobile
President
Mr. Nilam Alawdeen

Sri Lanka Business Council of Japan (SLBCJ) is formed in line with the policy directions given by the Overseas Business Promotion Program launched by the Ministry of Commerce & Consumer Affairs of Sri Lanka. The Sri Lanka Business Council of Japan is a non-profit and voluntary organization working with the Sri Lanka Embassy in Japan.

The inaugural meeting of the Sri Lanka Business Council of Japan was held at the Sri Lanka Embassy conference room on 9th October 2003, with a participation of 61 Japanese and Sri Lankan business representatives in Japan. Our prime objective is to develop, expand and encourage bilateral trade between Sri Lanka and Japan.

 

Vision

Promote Japanese investments to Sri Lanka and developing trade links between the two countries. Promote friendship, goodwill and understanding between the business organizations in Sri Lanka and in Japan.

 

Mission:

Assist Sri Lankan companies and business people on establishing or contemplate the establishment of a trading base in Japan. Create awareness and provide relevant information about Sri Lanka to the Japanese investors. To assist and liaise with the Sri Lanka Embassy and Consulates in their endeavors to further develop/enhance trade opportunities between Sri Lanka and Japan and to work with the Sri Lanka Embassy and consulate on matters on mutual interest.

 

Membership:

Membership is open to all the Sri Lankan Business organizations / Professionals in Japan as well as the Japanese Business Community having Business relations with Sri Lanka. 

 

 

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