Tokyo, Japan, March 03, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Business in Japan, the world's largest networking group for English-speaking professionals looking to do business in, with, and/or related to Japan, announced today the return of its flagship event, Business in Japan Night to the Shin-Marunouchi Building on April 7, 2010 at 8:00PM in Tokyo, Japan. More information can be found at businessinjapan.jp/night
"The primary reason 'Business in Japan Night' has become Japan's premiere general networking event is because we take the sensibility of the openness and low barrier to entry of the Internet and bring it to real life," said Rob Pereyda, Founder and Host of Business in Japan. "By never having any entrance fee, people are able to come together and make the event what they want, and we end up with the best possible outcome."
Business in Japan previously hosted networking events at the Shin-Marunouchi Building in May and October of 2009, drawing over 200 and over 700 attendees, respectively. Through close cooperation with the building management, Business in Japan has permission for up to 1,500 attendees at the event on April 7. Additionally, with the entire seventh floor of Shin-Marunouchi Building coordinating for the event, every shop will offer "one-coin" food and drink, allowing for quick purchases with a Japanese 500 Yen coin.
In addition to the main event, Business in Japan will be co-organizing a leadership dinner and series of workshops with Asia Consciousness, the preeminent festival and trend-setting gathering of leading minds in the field of consciousness in the Asian region. Highlighting the leadership dinner will be leadership author and speaker Dr. Joachim de Posada. In addition to Dr. Posada, Asia Consciousness Chair Dr. Gino Yu of Hong Kong Polytechnic University is scheduled give a workshop on creativity and Shveitta Sethi is scheduled to give a workshop on happiness. The summaries, locations, times, and admission fees of the dinner and workshops will be posted on the Business in Japan Night website next week. Prior to the announcement, no-obligation waiting list placement by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the course of Business in Japan Night, Business in Japan will co-organize topical cocktail meet-ups throughout the night. Potential topics range from specific industries like "Media & Entertainment" to subjects like "Sustainability" to demographic groups like "French in Japan." Ideas are being taken at email@example.com and a schedule will be posted the weekend before the event. In addition to the topical cocktail meet-ups, Business in Japan is also looking for sponsors for its events both large and small. More information is available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.