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Go Nishikori-san! We are rooting for you...

Go Nishikori-san! We are rooting for you!


Tapping Potential: Encouraging Women’s Empowerment in the U.S. & Japan event at the Japan Society in NY

Women Leading Business and Policy Share Lessons on How Japan and the U.S. Can Overcome Gender Disparity. Tapping Potential: Encouraging Women’s Empowerment in the U.S. & Japan When: Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 6:00 pm, at the Japan Society Calls for greater presence of women in the upper echelons of corporate and political power in the U.S. and Japan have grown stronger as globalization encourages greater workplace diversity and official endorsements have been made by Prime Minister Abe and officials in the US. While the workforce participation rate of women in Japan has grown, rates of employment in managerial and executive...


Ampleen’s Sustainability Fashion Event - Fashion Evolution: Consumer Power

Ampleen’s upcoming Sustainability Fashion Event - Fashion Evolution: Consumer Power is this week. Date: Thursday, November 7th. 6:00pm - 9:00pm Venue: Scandinavia House located at 58 Park Ave (38th Street), New York, NY 10016. Click here for more information and to register. Hope to see you there. For more information about our current Women in Japan-US Business profile, Shoko Sekiguchi and Ampleen, please visit Ampleen.com.


“Women in Japan-US Business series” - Shoko Sekiguchi

After a long hiatus to handle the demands of client work (thankfully!), I am pleased to continue our Women in Japan-US Business profile series today with another story of a dynamic woman, Shoko Sekiguchi, who has thrived as a Japanese women working in the United States both in large corporations and in her own business. Shoko is the Founder/ CEO of Ampleen Inc, a social enterprise that educates and empowers nonprofits, corporate partners and green conscious individuals for more sustainable living in the urban environment. Japan-US Business News: What was your educational experience? Was it helpful in getting you where...


Japan Society in New York Event: The Tale of LIXIL Corporation

The Tale of LIXIL: One Corporation’s Transformation from a Japanese Company to a Global Enterprise. Under Former GE Executive, LIXIL Becomes a Model of Expansion in Today's Economic Climate. Wednesday, October 2, 2013, 1:00 pm, at Japan Society New York, NY – Long the dominant building materials and housing equipment company in Japan, LIXIL sought to strengthen its Japanese base and extend into new global growth areas. In 2011 Yoshiaki Fujimori, a 25-year veteran of GE, joined LIXIL as its CEO with the goal of transforming the traditional Japanese company into a truly global enterprise. Fujimori, a pupil of the...


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