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Entrepreneur Association of Tokyo | English
The Entrepreneur Association of Tokyo was founded to promote and support entrepreneurship in Japan. EA-Tokyo creates an 'Entrepreneurial Environment' in which members can learn from Japan's top entrepreneurs, network with like-minded individuals, and are encouraged to develop their own business pursuits.
(Hits: 3,890 Listed: 07/11/2003)
FEW - Foreign Executive Women | English
Professional organization for foreign women in Japan. Monthly meetings, guest speakers, career seminars, newsletter, annual directory.
(Hits: 3,889 Listed: 03/30/2002)
Forum for Corporate Communications (FCC) | English
Tokyo-based organizations of professionals interested in corporate communications, PR, advertising, journalism, marketing, publishing. Meetings, events (gasshuku) etc.
(Hits: 3,889 Listed: 03/30/2002)
Japan Committee for Economic Development (Keizai Doyu Kai) | English | Japanese
Private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization comprised of elite business leaders. Mainly focused on business-government cooperation, and social responsibility, produces in-depth studies, research, policy proposals, and discussions.
(Hits: 3,891 Listed: 03/10/2003)
Japan Policy Research Institute | English
Promote understanding of Japan's political and economic behavior and growing significance in world affairs. Non-profit membership organization.
(Hits: 3,889 Listed: 03/09/2004)

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