Guests enjoy TE/EA Joint Networking Event

Members of the Tokyo Executives and the Entrepreneur Association of Tokyo gathered for the joint networking event, held at the Ginza Hub on October 2.
The evening gave over 30 guests from both groups the opportunity to network outside their usual networking community, and to catch up with old friends after the summer break. Guests were provided with a delicious wine tasting!
Working with our host sponsor Ginza Hub for the first time was a delight, and we hope to work together again.
Tokyo Executives would like to thank everyone who attended and we hope to see you all again at our next event – further details will be posted soon!
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Tokyo Executives Golf Day 2014

Tokyo Executives members and guests enjoyed a Golf Day in Chiba on September 19.
It was a good time had by all. The weather stayed fine and some experienced their personal best scores!
Below are some photos from the event – we hope that next year everyone will be able to join again.
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Tokyo Executives would like to thank everyone who took part for making it a successful and enjoyable day.
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“E-commerce: Are you doing it right?”: Tokyo Executives & Servcorp Joint Event

Tokyo Executives would like to thank everyone who attended our event titled “E-commerce: Are you doing it right?” with special presentation by Michael Broughton last week.
It was a good time had by all, and working with our host sponsor, Servcorp Japan, for the forth time was a delight, and we were so honored to welcome Mr Broughton as our special presenter.
We hope to see you all again at our next event – further details will be posted soon!

Photos from the event can be found here:

Tokyo Executives Golf Day 2013

Tokyo Executives would like to thank all of the participated in the Tokyo Executives Golf Day 2013.
We would especially like to thank Camel Golf Resort to host the event there.
 
It was a good time had by all – some experienced their personal best scores and the weather coincided perfectly with our schedule!
 
Below are some photos from the event – we hope that next year everyone will be able to join again!

“What We Can Learn From UNIQLO” – Tokyo Executives & Servcorp Joint Event

Tokyo Executives would like to thank everyone who attended our event titled “What We Can Learn From UNIQLO” with special presentation by Jay Magee, CSR Manager at Fast Retailing and Oliver Ormrod, Corporate PR at Fast Retailing last week.
Working with our host sponsor, Servcorp Japan, for the third time was a delight, and we were so honored to welcome Mr Magee and Mr Ormrod as our special presenters.
We hope to see you all again at our next event – further details will be posted soon!
 
Photos from the event can be found here:
 

Tokyo Executives presents “New Media Marketing at Adobe Systems”

Tokyo Executives would like to thank everyone who attended our business mixer event, “New Media Marketing at Adobe Systems” on September 24.
 
We would especially like to thank our speaker, Sho Uehara; Senior Product Manager at Adobe Systems in Japan & APAC region for the wonderful presentation and the restaurant “Riva degli Etruschi” in Omotesando for supporting Tokyo Executives to host the event there – we were delighted to have an event at one of the most famous Italian restaurants in Tokyo for the first time, and we hope to work together again.
 

 
It was a good time had by all – we hope to see you all again at our next event on October 17 – Join us to learn more about UNIQLO’s CSR strategies!
Below are some photos from the event:

Tokyo Executives & Servcorp Joint Event: “Stories from 20+ Years at Toyota”

Tokyo Executives would like to thank you all for participating in the “STORIES FROM 20+ YEARS AT TOYOTA” event on June 20, 2013.

With over 40 executives in attendance, this was one of our most successful events and working with our host sponsor, Servcorp Japan, for the second time was a delight. We were so flattered to welcome Mr. Harold Archer; Project Manager, Toyota Motor Sales & Marketing; current social media manager and ex-Chair of the CCCJ Social Policy Committee, as our guest speaker and your support of and participation in this special event are sincerely appreciated.

We hope to see you all again at our next event in September!

Photos from the event can be found here:
 

Young Executives Networking Party

Tokyo Executives would like to thank everyone who attended our “Young Executives Networking Party” on May 1 at Legato Shibuya.
 
With over 60 young executives in attendance, we were delighted to work with the YCN (Young Chamber Network), a sister group of Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Japan, for the first time and we hope to work together again.
 
Below are some photos from the event, we hope that next time all of our “young executives” will be able to join again!
 

Tokyo Executives & Servcorp: Ray Bremner OBE, CEO of Unilever Japan “Creating a Sustainable Business Model”

Tokyo Executives would like to thank everyone who attended our event titled “’Creating a Sustainable Business Model‘” with special presentation by Ray Bemner OBE, CEO of Unilever Japan last week. With over 40 executives in attendance, this was one of our most interesting events ever. Working with our host sponsor, Servcorp Japan, for the first time was a delight, and we were so honored to welcome Mr Bremner, as our special guest speaker. His presentation was both entertaining and informative, using video and Unilever’s “Sustainable Living Plan” to illustrate how “small actions can make a BIG difference”.
 
Photos from the event can be found here:
 

Innovations at Google Review

Tokyo Executives would like to thank everyone who attended our “Innovations at Google” event. Working with the BCCJ for the first time was a delight and we hope to work together again.

Masumi Reynder`s presentation was found to be both informative and entertaining, using video of Bill Nye the Science guy to illustrate her points, and referring to previous Google projects and ideas to explain how the many Google tools we use today are the way they are.