150th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Japan, 400th anniversary of Nichiran commerce
Japan and the Netherlands have been building friendships in various fields such as politics, economy and culture for more than 400 years since the mascot de leafe drifted. The friendship between the Japanese Imperial Family and the Dutch Royal Family is also deep.
In the commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the Japan-Japan exchange in 2000 (Heisei 12), there are about 700 commemorative events in both countries. The amount of trade in 2005 was 1,507.6 billion yen from Japan to the Netherlands and 243.9 billion yen from the Netherlands to Japan. Similarly, the main items are office equipment, video equipment, scientific optics, automotive parts, automobiles, etc. from the Netherlands to Japan. , Has become a prime mover. Direct investment in 2004 was 777.4 billion yen from Japan to the Netherlands, and 316.4 billion yen from the Netherlands to Japan, both of which ranked first among EU member countries, and Japan-Japan economic relations are important. It is increasing.
Provence to Marseille, Nice, Avignon. is famous for the world’s top tourist destinations, the development of large international ports and startup companies, as well as the development of medical, IoT, new energy solutions have been remarkable in recent years. Many innovations have been nurtured.
Israel is one of the hottest innovation and technology hubs in the world. With over 6,000 active startups and an economy dominated by industrial high-tech and entrepreneurship, Israel certainly earned its nickname ‘The Startup Nation’.
Israel is an entrepreneurial powerhouse and a hotbed for pioneering technologies, profitable business opportunities, and high investment returns. For these reasons, it is no surprise that the world’s leading multinational companies have all choose israel: Microsoft, Motorola, Google, Apple (three R&D centers), Facebook, Berkshire-Hathaway, Intel, HP, Siemens, GE, IBM, Philips, Lucent, AOL, Cisco, Applied Materials, IBM, J&J, EMC, and Toshiba are just some of the names in a long list of over 200 MNCs who realized that Israel is their Ideal investment opportunity
Furthermore, many multinational corporates such as Tata, Kodak, Citi bank, and many others have established innovation centers in Israel
Additional attributes of the Israeli ecosystem include:
Highly innovative – Israel is world renowned as being the “start-up nation” and is the world leader for number of start-ups per capita—with 2,000 startups founded in the past decade, another 3,000 small and medium-sized startup and high-tech companies, 30 growth companies, 50 large technology companies, and 300 multinational corporations R&D centers. Profit-driven Israeli innovations include a long list of market firsts such as disk-on-key technology, IP telephony, ZIP compression, the ingestible pill-size camera, and many more.
Strong R&D capabilities – Israel ranked second in the world in R&D expenditure per capita. Israel invests about 4.1% of its GDP in R&D, the average among the OECD is 2%.
Educated and skilled workforce – Israel enjoys the highest percentage of engineers and scientists per capita in the world, and one of the highest ratios of university degrees and academic publications per capita. Israel has a high quality educational system and is among the most educated societies in the world.
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Tomoyuki MAEDA is Japan Country Head for University of Washington, Bothell Business School alumni board. Serves as a link between the UWB School of Business and its alumni community for business-related connection, engagement, support, and networking opportunities that fortify and further advance the School’s programs, alumni, faculty, staff, and community.
Duties: 1. Organize a community of UW Bothell School of Business alumni that live in Japan, 2. Act as a liaison for connections between our faculty, staff and students and the Japanese business community, 3. Explore opportunities for working directly with Japanese entrepreneurs and business leaders, and, 4. Collaborate with the Dean to build a vibrant presence in Japan.