Japan and Korea are leading world economic powers and important partners for the EU. Japan is the 3rd and Korea the 4th largest trade partners for Finland outside the EU area and after the USA and China. These highly attractive and thriving markets offer vast business opportunities for Finnish companies, especially after Free Trade Agreements have been formed with the EU.
Finland-Korea Business Association, Finland-Japan Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise Europe Network and Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce are organizing a morning seminar on opportunities and challenges when doing business in Japan and Korea.
Please register in address https://www.lyyti.fi/reg/Opportunities_in_Doing_Business_in_Japan_and_Korea_5395
Time: 08.30 – 11.00
Place: Eurooppasali, Helsinki
08.30 Registration and coffee
Ms Anu Vauhkonen and Mr Juha Pitkänen, Chairs of the Finland-Korea Business Association and Finland-Japan Chamber of Commerce
09.15 EU-Japan and EU-Korea Free Trade Agreements’ benefits for businesses
Ms Saara Harju, Attaché, Market Access Unit, Ministry for Foreign Affairs
09.35 The impact of FTAs on business with Japan and Korea
Dr Erja Kettunen-Matilainen, Adjunct Professor, School of Economics, University of Turku
9.55 Company case: Myssyfarmi
10.10 Company case: Quuppa
10.25 Closing words
Enterprise Europe Network
11.00 End of event
The event is free of charge.Language of the seminar is English.
jenni.isola (at) chamber.fi and johanna.niemisto (at) helsinki.chamber.fi