Indo-Japan Business Council (IJBC), established in 2011, is the apex bi-lateral Chamber synergizing India-Japan engagement in business, trade, commerce, education, and culture. IJBC is continually working to enhance India-Japan Business and Economic Engagement. Today IJBC has a PAN India presence.
To facilitate industrial growth and promote the Make in India initiative between India and Japan while balancing the socio-economic environment.
To be the one-stop information, consulting, and advisory platform for Indian companies for doing business with Japan and vice versa.
To promote university ties, student exchange and research, development, and academic excellence in science and technology.
To promote cultural, art, and historical ties between India and Japan. Create a culture-centric experience for people.
IJBC membership is an investment for a brighter future and growth opportunities for Students, Individuals, Accademia, and businesses of all sizes from all sectors.
IJBC is working on creating Business Directories for Japanese Companies in India and Indian Companies in Japan. Also, we are compiling an exclusive directory of Bilingual Experts in Indian and Japanese Languages.
Academia and industry are two essential pillars of our economy. IJBC is partnering with Universities in India and Japan to enable a robust relationship between academia and industries.
Experience is the only effective way to understand people, culture, and society to study, work, and do business in other countries. Join IJBC's Experience Japan and India tours.
Sewa, Jugaad, and Resilience: What I Have Learned from India
Ms. Tomo KAWANE is a Japanese consultant who has lived 28 years in India with 25 years of her experience of work in western India, especially Gujarat.
Scholar of Gandhian philosophy. Graduated from Tsuda College of Tokyo, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, and the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda.
Ms. Tomo KAWANE is engaged in different NGO and NPO activities both in India and Japan; she is also an advisor to government and corporate entities interested in conducting business or setting up industries in India and Japan.
Ms. Tomo KAWANE will share her thoughts on "Sewa, Jugaad, and Resilience: What I Have Learned from India."