Welcome to JCCII
Since 2006, Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in India (JCCII) has worked as a pivotal organization working towards the welfare of Japanese companies in India. Having started with around 100 member companies in 2006, today the organization has grown to a membership more than 510 companies mostly in and around Delhi NCR.
Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in India (JCCII) is a society registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, established on 17th July 2006. JCCII’s membership is open to, in principle, Japanese companies and Japanese government institutions in India. As of companies/institutions are the members of JCCII. The Members are mainly located in Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Aims & Objects of JCCII
1. To undertake, encourage, facilitate and promote the development of trade industry and commerce between India and Japan in general without any element of profit.
2. To facilitate economic cooperation and strengthen the relationship between India and Japan.
3. To establish and exchange social relationship among Members.
4. To promote education of young Japanese.
5. To promote mutual interest between Members.
6. To invite whenever desired intellectuals, industrialist, scholars,creative artists etc., to address the
seminars/conferences conducted by the Society.
7. To collect and discuss among its Members information pertaining to environment protection and conservation or any other matters related there to.
GREETINGS FROM JCCII PRESIDENT
Hello Everyone, I am Takuro HORIKOSHI from Sumitomo Corporation India Pvt. Ltd (“SCIN”) and honored to be appointed as the President of Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in India (“JCCII”) in FY2023. I understand the important responsibility of this role and your kind support is highly appreciated.
I was appointed SCIN’s Chairman & Managing Director just 2 years ago during the second wave of COVID pandemic in India in April 2021. In my first year, the various activities finally resumed and improved the situation from the severe battles against COVID due to enhanced vaccination programs. During my second year, interactions resumed and we celebrated the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and India.
This is my third year and I feel the time has finally come for India to blossom. Although the world is in the midst of increasingly accelerating geopolitical difficulties, I foresee that it is finally beginning to show India’s potential in both politics and economics. The Indian population will overtake that of China by the middle of this year, the India’s GDP growth ratio of last year was 6.7%, which could surpass the GDP of United Kingdom and it is expected to surpass that of Japan in four years. There is no doubt that we realize the growth of this huge country as we see more articles about India in newspapers of Japan. I cannot help but being excited to be and live here in India at this moment and work on business with you.
…More GREETINGS FROM MR. TAKURO HORIKOSHI, JCCII PRESIDENT FOR FY 2023-24
GREETINGS FROM MR. SUSUMU WAKAMORI, JCCII PRESIDENT FOR FY 2022-23
GREETINGS FROM MR. TAKAHIRO EBISU, JCCII PRESIDENT FOR FY 2021-22
GREETINGS FROM MR. TSUYOSHI HASEGAWA, JCCII PRESIDENT FOR FY 2020-21
GREETINGS FROM MR. YOJI TAGUCHI, JCCII PRESIDENT FOR FY 2019-20
Activities of JCCII
– Governing Body Meeting : usually once a month at JCCII office
– Monthly Meeting (Sanmoku-kai) (LINK): Study program inviting “Speaker”, usually once a month at the ambassador’s official residence in the Embassy of Japan.
– General Body Meeting: once a financial year
– Activities of Groups, Divisions, Sub-Divisions, Committee, Sub-Committee(LINK):Industry-specific committees and subcommittees, as well as cross-industry committees and subcommittees to exchange industry-specific information and resolve pressing issues.
– Exchange information of common interest on India Politics, Economics, Security & etc.
– Share information with governing and non-governing institutions in Japan, India and other countries
– Coordinate with Embassy of Japan and Japanese Association Delhi in communicating important information to the members
– Take up the commercial issues which members face and coordinate to find the solutions through discussions with relevant Indian Governmental offices if necessary.
About Proposals (former Suggestions)
Proposals from JCCII (former Suggestions for Government of India) have been submitted by Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in India (JCCII) to Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India since 2009. Japanese companies wish to be part of development of India and seek India’s guidance and support in order to resolve the issues that Japanese companies are facing, such as taxation, visa issues, infrastructure, land acquisition, logistics, and finance. JCCII sincerely hope that the Proposals and the subsequent interactions with the Indian authorities would contribute to the solution of individual issues.
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JICA SDGs Business Co-Creation Lab – Tsunagaru Lab –
JICA India has launched the “SDGs Business Co-Creation Lab – Tsunagaru Lab – (LINK)” as a place to connect Japanese companies that have the following needs with Social Enterprises in India.
- Looking for promising start-ups with unique technology, products and services.
- Looking for a local partner to deliver goods and services to the last one mile in India.
- Looking for local partners to collect data and conduct research for R&D and Marketing purposes.
- Looking for reliable local partner with a proven track record in relation to CSR activities in India.
- Looking for information on the activities of social enterprises in India and good cases of new initiatives.
Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in India (JCCII)
Address：R-7B, Third Floor, Green Park Main Market, New Delhi – 110 016 (*shifted on 10th June 2020)