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BCCJ SME and Startup Night 3
Thursday 29 Jun | 19.00 P.M. - 21.00 p.m.
The third BCCJ SME and Startup Night is here – an open community event for those looking to connect, share and learn from other entrepreneurs (both successful and aspiring!) and creatives in Japan.
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Written by Sam
– Prior booking essential
– All guests are welcome! There will be a JPY500 entry fee on arrival for non-BCCJ members
– A modern, simple food menu will be available: cash on delivery
– BCCJ Member は参加費無料ですが、Non-member 参加費は500yenです。当日受付でお支払いください。おつりの無いようご協力をお願いいたします。
– お飲み物・お食事はご自身でご購入ください（cash on delivery)
The third BCCJ SME and Startup Night is here – an open community event for those looking to connect, share and learn from other entrepreneurs (both successful and aspiring!) and creatives in Japan. Through bringing these people together, the BCCJ strives to facilitate a support network where ideas and solutions are explored together, enabling small businesses to develop and grow.
We are excited to be heading back to ComMunE Shibuya for this event, a rooftop in central Shibuya offering a fantastic view over the city, modern cuisine and plenty in the way of drinks–the perfect venue for some casual networking. At this event, we will hear from Tokyo Small and Medium Enterprise Management Consultant Association (T-SMECA) on the public support programmes they provide for Japanese and foreign startups and SMEs in Japan, and their role in helping these organisations and ideas to succeed.
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The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) currently certifies 23,000 SMECA registered management consultants across Japan who – while maintaining their day jobs – have passed a national examination (pass rate, 4%) which enables them to formally help SMEs in drafting growth strategies, and give advice for implementation. At the same time, SMECs work on a volunteer basis as a liaison between SMEs, and administration and financial institutions, and as facilitators to support robust SME policy implementation and advise on various management issues.