What Is the QJCCI?
The Queensland Japan Chamber of Commerce & Industry (QJCCI) was established in 1987 to promote and strengthen business and investment ties between Queensland and Japan.
The QJCCI provides a forum for Queensland companies involved in business with Japan and Japanese companies operating in Australia to network and share experiences with people who have similar interests.
Activities keep members abreast of changes in the economic and commercial environment in Japan and provide referral and advisory services for new exporters. Activities and services include:
- Seminars and workshops by visiting specialists, in association with the Consulate-General of Japan, Austrade, JETRO and Department of Employment, Economic Development & Innovation (DEEDI)
- Meetings with visiting Japanese business and government missions
- Ministerial briefings on the Japanese economy and opportunities for Queensland exporters
- Virtual Trade Mission video-conference linkages in cooperation with Queensland and Austrade offices in Japan
- Advisory services for new exporters to Japan
The QJCCI works closely with government and other bilateral organisations involved in Queensland's relationship with Japan including Trade & Investment Queensland, Austrade, JETRO, Consulate-General of Japan and the Japan Club of Brisbane.
Membership includes companies working in mining, food and agribusiness, professional services, manufacturing, tourism and other services sectors.
The QJCCI invites membership by individuals, companies and organisations who are interested in doing business with Japan. For more information on membership click here.
To download a brochure about the QJCCI, please click here.