Finnish Chamber of Commerce in Japan Newsletter
This is my final e-mail bulletin as the Executive Director of FCCJ.
My successor, Antti Kunnas, will formally take over at the Annual General Assembly on Tuesday, 2 April. I will support him until we leave Japan on 17 April and also remotely after that.
Please note the new contact information below.
NEW FCCJ CONTACT INFORMATION FROM 1 APRIl 2019
Executive Director: Antti Kunnas
Address: 3-5-39, Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, TOKYO 106-8561
(inside the Embassy of Finland)
Mobile: 080-7650-3225 Fax: 03-5447-6041
If you want to reach me, Clas Bystedt, after 17 April, use this email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to take this opportunity to thank our members and readers of this bulletin for a great, and for me a much rewarding, cooperation and friendship over the 20 years I have been in charge of the chamber. I am confident that Antti will be successful in taking over running the chamber and bring new young vigor and vitality. He will naturally also keep you abreast of what is happening in and around the chambers with bulletins like this.
Our next event (members only) is the Annual General Assembly on Tuesday, 2 April at the Embassy of Finland. The dead-line for registration has already passed, but if some of our members have forgotten to register, we can still take a few if you sign up today.
For details and to check if you have signed-up, go here!
The next event is a Breakfast Meeting with the new Finnair CEO Topi Manner on Wednesday, 10 April. There are two more events in April - the FEEL FINLAND Open Day at the Embassy on Sunday, 14 April organized by Team Finland, which unfortunately is fully booked, and a CLIC event on Wednesday, 17 April. Details about these below.
We have a new contribution this week from our "Aoyama View" columnist, this time titled: "Japan's Best Kept Secret and Legacy of Heisei Time".
Click banner at right for a great review on Japan since the start of the Showa era (in 1925) until today on the eve of moving into a new era after Heisei.
Read more here.