The magazine of the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan
How to change hearts and minds?
London 2012 success can help Tokyo
Tokyo called to get in the game
Community engagement key for Rugby World Cup success
Setting the standard for good business
Next global players
Predicting the future role of the US, Europe and China
400 seconds to change the world
NPOs take on snappy format at community hub showcase
London ready to help Tokyo 2020 effort
Boris Johnson shares experience of 2012 Games
Deep-set attitude hampers Womenomics
Many women still believe in traditional gender roles
Jenson Button: how I became a better driver
GSK and McLaren tie-up offers training, nutrition
A sustainable economy, gender equality and more trade
Scotland the brave
How to draw tourists to Japan?
Six pillars to help visitors
Is Abenomics working?
A look at debt, deflation and economic growth
Saving rural life
Chairman helps island through art project
Working on climate change, healthcare and the bottom line
London’s 2012 legacy, Tokyo’s Olympian task
Lord Deighton shares insights and advice for the Tokyo 2020 team.
Will rugby union convert the masses?
The general manager of Japan Rugby 2019 outlines plans to promote the World Cup.
Cautious optimism for 2015
William Sposato advised members on what to expect in today's economic climate.
Taking risks for venture success
Having confidence to bet on yourself and a willingness to do any task are key.
Member Knowhow for Export Success
The BCCJ signs a pact with the UK government to help British businesses enter the Japanese market.
Tourism bodies tie up ahead of Tokyo 2020
VisitBritain shares learnings for Tokyo as the campaign to increase tourism numbers following London 2012 yields positive results.
Success of the third arrow is critical to the country's future said House of Representatives member Keisuke Suzuki.
Olympic lessons from the best
London 2012 is an example to Tokyo 2020 of how the Games can inspire change.
The cost of a “free” scotland
Lord Jack McConnell explores the wider implications of the upcoming referendum on the future of the UK.
Experts highlight the importance of LinkedIn as a professional tool to represent your business and personal brand.
Martin Donnelly: Innovation and Diversity
Innovative firms in the UK have grown nearly twice as fast as those that are not introducing new products, ideas or processes.
The Devil’s in the Detail
A football behemoth for the best part of the past 20 years, Manchester United is just as much a colossus of the global business world.
Diversity Beyond Gender: LGBT
Firms that consider the LGBT community in their initiatives stand to gain in terms of human capital and market potential.
UK: Open for Business
Recent changes to Britain’s corporate taxation rules have been designed to promote the UK as a place to do business, according to the "tax minister".
Diversity Beyond Gender: People with Disabilities
People with certain disabilities—physical, mental or intellectual—are often an overlooked and under-hired sector of the talent pool.
The UK’s business community in Japan is “in the vanguard of the British economic recovery” and successes here will translate into increased trade, the creation of more jobs and growth at home, Lord Jonathan Marland told a British Chamber of Commerce in Japan luncheon at the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo in late February.
Diversity: What's the Point?
The concept of diversity—from gender, age and sexual orientation, to cultural background, education and handicap—is largely embraced and actively encouraged today by Western firms.