A unique opportunity for EU companies to host Japanese S&T university students as interns for R&D APPLICATION DEADLINE: 23 SEPTEMBER 2021 INTERNSHIP PERIOD: 18 AUGUST 2022 --> 17 MARCH 2023 (NB: Internship period is different for France and Germany, due to national law. Starting date for France and Germany is 19 SEPTEMBER 2022) Companies from eastern and Baltic countries are…
Export to Japan 24: Market Entry: Communicating with Japanese partners on IPR, Japanese Standards, shipping and storage, labelling and packaging
For successful market entry to Japan, it is important that you effectively communicate your product information to Japanese distributors who represent and market your products in Japan.
Since 2013, the EU-Japan Centre is organizing Cluster/SME Missions in the field of Biotech/Pharma.For 2021 we have made the decision to plan with a virtual mission because we cannot foresee if, and under which conditions the Japanese authorities will allow business travel from Europe to Japan this year. (Since April 2020, nationals of all EU member states are denied entry to Japan, until further notice)Under these circumstances we provide the best opportunity to get in contact with Japanese companies and research organisations in the field of Pharma, Biotechnologies and…
The webinar targets EU small, innovative companies, open to international collaborations and to investing resources in a challenging but trustworthy market, producers of high quality, ethical and sustainable products.
In its ongoing efforts to help European SMEs to access the Japanese market, the EU-Japan Centre is co-organising "Export Support" webinars and workshops in cooperation with the EU member organisations of Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) (https://een.ec.europa.eu/). These webinars and/or workshops may include the following: - Sectorial information: sectors, considered for these webinars and/or workshops, are those covered by the EPA and of high potential benefits for EU SMEs, notably food & beverages, textile, footwear & leather (https://www.eu-japan.eu/epa-…
In Japan, there are various intermediaries who are attracted to EU products while different distributors possess different qualifications. Selecting a best, qualified partner is the key for successful entry and growth in Japanese market.
What is the EU's Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)? ~ Following the announcement of the bill on July 14 ~ On July 14, the European Commission announced the climate change legislation package "Fit for 55" (FF55). In the package, CBAM (Border Carbon Adjustment Mechanism) is expected to play a central role in the comprehensive proposal. As a measure against carbon leakage, the mechanism aims to equalize the carbon prices of EU products and imported products from outside the region and prevent production transfer to countries where climate change measures are looser…
This webinar targets EU companies seeking to export malt, starches, wheat gluten & albuminoidal substances to Japan by taking advantage of the trade preferences offered by the EPA.
Alternatives work typically in manufacturing sector but also apply for primary sectors like agriculture and food. They suit those EU producers and exporters who wish to expand cross-border business quickly with less financial and operational investment.
The webinar targets Small and medium-sized EU producers of frozen food and ice cream seeking to enter the Japanese market or strengthen their current positions in Japan. It will provide information on recent trends and developments in the frozen food and ice cream market including possibilities for EU SMEs.