About the JMEC Business Program in Tokyo
The Japan Market Expansion Competition (JMEC) is a business training program in Japan designed to foster the development of foreign businesses (project clients) in Japan while strengthening the business skills of up-and-coming executives (participants).
JMEC brings together highly motivated mid-career professionals willing to challenge themselves and companies in need of a business plan for their activities in the Japanese market. The core of the program is a competition in which participant groups compete to create the best business plan for their respective company clients, the project clients
JMEC was initiated by the Australian & New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Japan in 1993 and is based on the New South Wales Enterprise Workshop. This competitive business-training program is supported by eighteen foreign chambers of commerce in Japan, representing the countries of America, Australia & New Zealand, Austria, Belgium & Luxembourg, Britain, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland (represented by Enterprise Ireland), Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. The program also receives corporate sponsorship from members of the business community within Japan.
Participants take part in a 2-part program. The first phase focuses on classroom instruction and workshops, while the second part involves hands-on experience writing a business plan for a company’s endeavors in the Japanese market. Client companies receive a professional quality business plan making JMEC an ideal option for any organization doing business or considering starting a business in Japan.
If you are a company in need of a business plan for your Japan market entry or expansion activities, or a Tokyo-based individual looking to gain quality business training in Japan, then JMEC is for you. To find out more about how the program works, please click here.