Business delegation holding a Bulgarian-Japanese seminar on economic relations between Bulgaria and Japan and bilateral meetings, Tokyo, September 18-22, 2019.
On September 20, 2019, a Bulgarian-Japanese seminar on economic relations between Bulgaria and Japan will be held in the building of Tokai University, Tokyo, Japan. The event is jointly organized by the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Tokyo and the Japan-Bulgaria Foundation on the occasion of the anniversaries of Bulgarian-Japanese relations, which in 2019 are celebrating their triple anniversary - 110 years since the beginning of official bilateral contacts, 80 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations and 60 years since their restoration.
Representatives of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), as well as Japanese companies showing interest in establishing business contacts with Bulgarians and those already present on the Bulgarian market, have been invited to participate in the event. The purpose of the event is to present the opportunities for the development of business relations between Japanese and Bulgarian companies, familiarization with the specifics and opportunities of the market, as well as the implementation of investment activities in priority sectors of the Bulgarian economy.
The Executive Agency for the Promotion of Small and Medium Enterprises (IANMSP) formed a business delegation led by Mrs. Lilia Ivanova, Deputy Minister of Economy of the Republic of Bulgaria for representatives of the following sectors of the Bulgarian economy: information technology and outsourcing of business processes, automotive industry and production of automotive parts, electronics, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, food industry and tourism, which will take part in the Bulgarian-Japanese seminar and bilateral meetings.
Those wishing to participate in the delegation should express their interest in advance by sending the completed registration form by August 15, 2019 at the latest to the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information can be obtained from Nataliya Necheva 02/940 79 78, Directorate "Internationalization of small and medium-sized enterprises".
All expenses for plane tickets, hotel accommodation, medical insurance, domestic transport, transfers and per diems are at the expense of the participants. Those registered will be additionally sent information with financial parameters and a detailed program of the visit.
For more information, interested companies can also contact the "International Cooperation and International Organizations" Directorate at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, on phone 02/8117 489.