Mongolia began transitioning into a market economy in the 1990s. Thanks to rising prices for minerals, of which it has significant resources, Mongolia has achieved outstanding rates of economic growth, reaching a predicted figure of 11.47% in fiscal 2011. At the same time, there has been little progress in the development of industries other than mining, and the development and strengthening of small and medium-sized enterprises are significant issues from the perspectives of the diversification of industry and creation of employment.
The Mongolia-Japan Center has been offering the significant training for SME business personnel to understand Japanese style business management, and produced over 500 quality alumni until today. Recently the Center is becoming recognized for providing skillful schooling to major companies.
Mongolia-Japan Human Resources Development Cooperation Center Project
Project for Capacity Development of Business Persons through Mongolia-Japan Center for Human Resources Development
Project for Enhanced Function of Mongolia-Japan Center for Human Resources Development for Capacity Development and Networking of Business Persons
*Project Site : UlanBator
*Counter Part : The National University of Mongolia (external link)
*Open : June 2002
Training by KAIZEN Association
Individual consultation for the model company
Introductive event of the tea ceremony "Sado"