Tokyo, Japan, November 08, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Date: Thursday November 11, 2010;
Location: The Wesley Center http://mediatectonics.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Wesley-Center-Map.pdf;
Price: Yen3000 for members, Yen6000 for guests (male guests are welcome at this meeting), which includes dinner and drinks.
At this meeting, Ms. Imakita will explore specific questions that will interest professionals in Japan, including:
What does it take to get to get to the top of a major global company? What are UPS’s marketing plans and strategy in this new economic environment?
She will share:
* Her background and current role at UPS * UPS communication strategy - New Global Communications Platform “We Love Logistics”
* UPS marketing model: has the current market resulted in a shift from traditional marketing strategies?
* Her personal experience in working for a global company
There will be ample time for Q&A and networking.
FEW President Lisa Gravestock notes: "We are really privileged to have Ms. Imakita as our November speaker, and we're expecting a lively, informative event. Please join us!"
About Ms. Imakita
As Marketing Manager for UPS, Chika Imakita manages the both Small Package and SCS Marketing group.
A native of Osaka, Japan, Imakita received a Master of Business Administration from Georgia State University. Imakita began her UPS career in 1999 as an intern in International Marketing in the Corporate Office in Atlanta, GA, USA. Imakita has held positions of increasing responsibility in Marketing.
In 2005, Imakita was promoted to Marketing Manager in Strategic Business Analysis Group in the Region Office in Singapore. Imakita then oversaw Business Plan for the Asia Pacific Region. Imakita assumed her current position in November 2007.
UPS is a multi-billion-dollar corporation, enabling commerce around the globe. Today, UPS is a global company with one of the most recognized and admired brands in the world. It is the world’s largest package delivery company and a leading global provider of specialized transportation and logistics services, managing the flow of goods and information to over 200 countries worldwide.
FEW was founded in 1981 by two foreign female entrepreneurs wishing to create a professional and social network empowering women in Tokyo. Members include a broad cross section of professionals from marketers, journalists, entertainment specialists, attorneys and bankers to freelance photographers, translators and entrepreneurs in a variety of industries. Members also include women at the start of their careers such as students and interns. Since September 2008, membership has been open to English-speaking Japanese nationals.