SLCCS Seminar: Takashi Tsuchiya, Managing Director, JETRO Sydney- 'Working with Japan: A Guide for Australians'
- Full Description:
- This seminar will be given in Japanese with English powerpoint slides.
For JAPN3500 students attendance is part of the course requirement.
Anyone, including staff, advanced Japanese students and MAJIT students,
would be welcome.
Please note: Advanced Japanese skills are essential
Seating is limited, RSVP is essential (except for JAPN3500 students).
RSVP to email@example.com by Monday 20 August 2012.
Those wishing to attend will be required to read a booklet (in English) in preparation. The booklet can be found online at www.slccs.uq.edu.au
Japan is a very important business partner
bilateral trade and investment relations
Japan needs more LNG
Japanís recent economic developments and implications for Australia
Prepare for different cultural values and mentality
Some tips for doing business with Japanese partners
What is JETRO and how JETRO can assist you.
Taka Tsuchiya was appointed Managing Director of JETRO Sydney in March 2011. As Managing Director, he oversees the Sydney office in its activities, which are designed to facilitate business development between Japan and companies in Australia, and Oceania. Immediately prior to his current post, Mr. Tsuchiya served as Director-General, Trade and Economic Cooperation Department, which implements JETROís activities related to developing countries, helping them strengthen export industries, improve business-related systems and nurture human resources.
His other international positions in the past include Director of the Public Affairs Department at JETRO New York from 1985-1989, Vice President of JETRO Bangkok from 1997-2000 and Chief Executive Director of JETRO Chicago from 2005-2008. At JETRO headquarters in Tokyo, Mr. Tsuchiya was Director of the Research Planning Division, Overseas Research Department from 2003-2005.
Mr. Tsuchiya joined JETRO in 1975, after earning his Bachelorís Degree in American Studies from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. He also holds a Masterís Degree in American Studies from the University of Hawaii.
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