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About IBPC OSAKA INVEST PROMOTION Project

IBPC Osaka Investment Promotion Project offers comprehensive support to companies and organizations on consignment from Osaka City Government and this website is operated by IBPC Osaka Investment Promotion Project.

We are ready to support business newcomers

IBPC Osaka was established to attract domestic and foreign investment to Osaka City as part of international economic promotion programs of the Osaka Municipal Government.
The mission of the Center is to promote the city's advantages as a destination of investment through the global network of the Business Partner City (BPC), as well as to offer extensive support services to potential incoming businesses; matchmaking with potential business partners in Osaka, information about investment incentives, temporary offices, and much more.

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SERVICES & ACTIVITIES

When it comes to setting up a new business base in Osaka City, the IBPC Osaka Investment Promotion Project can be of great help by offering extensive information and services as follows :
・Business matching with potential partners in Osaka
・Site Location and development
・Useful information for living in Osaka (Housing, Education, Healthcare and more)
・Procedural information for establishing a business in Osaka
(License, Registration, Tax and more)
・Temporary Offices (rent - free up to six months)
・Investment promotion seminars and individual consultations for investment into Osaka City
・Email news and web information service regarding latest business happenings in Osaka

1-5-102, Nanko-kita, Suminoe-ku, Osaka 559-0034 Japan
Tel: +81-6-6615-5522 (Economic Exchange) Tel: +81-6-6615-7130 (Investment Promotion)
Fax: +81-6-6615-5518

Activity report of IBPC Osaka >>> ANNUAL REPORT FY 2013 (PDF 6.4MB)

Business Partner City (BPC)

BPC

o help enhance a business network within the Asia and Pacific region, Business Partner City affiliation with 13 cities was initiated by the Osaka Municipal Government in 1988. The network improves trade performance of small businesses in the region and accelerate mutual economic growth among partner cities.

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