WEBINAR: JAPAN Cross-Cultural Issues: Getting In Touch
Date: 18 September 2018 - Time: from 10:30 to 11:30 AM CET Registration deadline: Monday, 17 September 2018. The webinar is targeted to EU companies seeking to intensify their co-operation after first contacts are made, and wishing to put the relationship with Japanese business partners on solid ground from the very start. For more information and to register: https://www.eubusinessinjapan.eu/library/event/webinar-123-cross-cultural-issues-getting-in-touch-part-1
EU - Japan Economic Partnership Agreement WEBINAR - Rules of Origin
Registration deadline: Monday, 24 September 2018. The webinar is targeted to European SMEs seeking to understand the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement, and wishing to benefit from the new regulations and procedures for rules of origin included in the EPA. For more information and to register: https://www.eubusinessinjapan.eu/library/event/epa-helpdesk-webinar-1-rules-of-origin-
We are open for business more than ever with Japan - Frank V Farrugia
“Malta’s economy is open for business more than ever with Japan. The Malta Chamber will serve as a reliable and influential interlocutor for fostering of existing and new business relations” said Chamber President Frank V. Farrugia during a trade delegation in Japan. Addressing meetings with Japanese business leaders, Farrugia explained how the Malta Chamber actively represents companies from all economic sectors internationally, ensuring that Maltese entrepreneurs would be able to conduct their business on a global scale through a vast array of opportunities. He concurred with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s call to nurture further trade between the two nations in a substantive way based on our shared values, welcoming Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s statement that existing economic and commercial relations between the two countries are bound to strengthen. The fact that both Japan and Malta are both part of Enterprise Europe Network is of great advantage to the potential for our companies to internationalise.
Enterprise Europe Network Malta takes fashion designers to Torino Fashion Week
Maltese companies specialising in the fashion industry participated in a successful matchmaking event held during this year’s third edition of the Torino Fashion Week in Torino, Italy, with over 35 meetings held over three days. Over 230 business participants from 31 EU and non-EU countries met at the Torino FashionMatch, a brokerage event organised by Unioncamere Piemonte, a member of the Enterprise Europe Network.