JETRO provides a wide range of services to foreign companies for doing business with Japanese companies and act as a bridge between Indian and Japanese companies.
Junya Tashiro, Director General and Swastik Kulkarni, Officer — Business Development JETRO (Japan External Trade Organisation), Bengaluru, visited Mysore Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently. They interacted with trade and industry representatives and proposed to organise a special seminar to understand the needs and requirements of companies of Mysuru region and help them to do smooth business with Japanese firms.
The proposed seminar will be held on June 13 between 4 pm and 6 pm. JETRO is a bilateral trade promotion organisation working under the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Investments, Government of Japan. It has a strong global presence with 74 offices spread across 54 countries working primarily towards deepening trade ties between Japan and rest of the world.
JETRO provides a wide range of services to foreign companies for doing business with Japanese companies and act as a bridge be-tween Indian and Japanese companies. In India, JETRO offices are located in New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru. There won’t be a registration fee and members and interested trade and industry representatives are requested to register themselves in advance at Mysore Chamber of Commerce and Industry office through email: [email protected] com or phone: 0821-3240404/ 2425518, states a press release.
Junya Tashiro, Director General and Swastik Kulkarni, Officer — Business Development JETRC (Japan External Trade Organisation) along with President of Mysore Chamber of Commerce and Industry A S Satish, President of Hebbal Industrial Estate Manufacturers’ Association C M Subramanian and other members at the interaction event in the city.