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17th Jul 2024 / 9:30 am

Trading with Japan Webinar


Free (Members)

By: Liverpool Chamber of Commerce

As part of the UK Chamber of Commerce Expo 2025, Osaka programme, this webinar, in partnership with the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan, will highlight wealth of trade opportunities available to UK businesses in the Japanese market.

Japan is currently the UK’s 14th largest market, with 2023 UK-Japan trade valued at £27.6 million.

As the world’s 3rd third largest economy, Japan with the stability of its market, its large, wealthy, and highly educated consumer base, and the good business ethics of Japanese companies make it an attractive trading market for UK businesses.

This webinar will provide delegates with:

  • A brief overview on trading with Japan.
  • Opportunities open to UK Business
  • A UK traders prospective.
  • information on Expo 2025, Osaka, Japan

There will be an opportunity for delegates attending to submit questions prior to the webinar or on the day.


  • Richard Lyle: VP, Deputy MD, Intralink, Japan & President of the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan
  • Anne White: Head of International Trade & Compliance, Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce

Richard Lyle’s Bio:

VP, Deputy Managing Director, Intralink Japan & President of the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan

At Intralink, Richard has several roles, including heading up the Government Services group, maintaining client relationships, and ensuring consistent delivery across all of Intralink’s offices in Asia. He is also involved in energy, materials, and industrial projects, so he works with clients on projects related to hydrogen, batteries, and smart materials.

Prior to Intralink Richard worked for the UK government in Osaka and Fukuoka, helping British companies sell to Japan and Japanese companies invest in the UK. Earlier in his career Richard worked for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in the global procurement of machinery for power plants.

Richard has an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College and has spent most of his career in Japan in International trade roles and is a fluent Japanese speaker. He is President of the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan and enjoys the beach and barbecuing in his spare time.

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