KCCI

KCCI

Kawasaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI)

 

Established
1958
Members
5,335 (As of March, 2015)
Location
Kawasaki, Japan
Industry
Automotive
Chairman
Mr. Osamitsu Yamada

 

It has a wide range of activities base and is a group with high public affinity. The Kawasaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry is an area that is mainly based on municipalities, and the Kawasaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry has its district as Kawasaki City, and all commercial and industrial companies, etc.

are members as a member regardless of company size, corporation, group or individual business owner.We are engaged in activities that are internationally rich, including cooperating with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of various countries around the world, as a promoter of private economic exchanges.

 

The Kawasaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry

  • Kawasaki city Kanagawa ken 210, 0007 Station Shimamoto Town 11-2

  • +81-44-211-4111

  • +81-44-211-4118

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Chairman Message: 

"To open the door for the bright future and inspire the people, we are the Kawasaki Chamber of Commerce & Industry". I was appointed the twelfth Chairman of the Kawasaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry in November 2010 as the Chamber celebrated the 70th anniversary of its formation in October 1940 by inaugural Chairman Shimizu. 

Kawasaki offers a host of business opportunities right now. We see the role of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry as being to back up these opportunities.

To facilitate this, we have established the Kawasaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) College which is targeted at business proprietors and their staff, covering a wide range of subjects which we hope will prove beneficial both now and in the future.

 

Four Pillars of the Kawasaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry:

1. Public spirited: A highly public-spirited organization that works for the good of the entire region and does not engage in business activities intended to benefit particular individuals, organizations, or groups.

2. Regional: An organization that encourages the development of regional commerce and industry and is also part of a nationwide association (a subsidiary body within the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry).

3. Inclusive: An inclusive organization open to membership by all business people regardless of the size and nature of their business or whether they are an individual or part of an organization.

4. International: An organization with a global outlook that maintains links with other chambers of commerce and industry around the world.

 

KCCI Activities:

 

 

 

 

Courtesy: KCCI

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