JMEC Business Innovation² at Brazilian Restaurante Carioca!
Registration required —please sign up by September 16!
Hosted by the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in Japan, we are pleased to invite you to the next event in the JMEC Business Innovation² series—at Brazilian Restaurante Carioca by Ramos!
Listen to our keynote speakers, enjoy Brazilian cuisine, beer and wine—and meet old and new JMEC friends!
BRAZILIAN BUSINESS: SUCCEEDING IN JAPAN AND GLOBALLY
How Brazilian multinationals have emerged as leading global players
by Marcos Turini, Managing Director
Vale Japan K.K.; Vale Group, a Fortune Global 500 company
With more than 200 million people, Brazil is the world's 5th largest country by population and by area—and the world's 7th largest economy. The country is also home to almost half of South America's 500 largest companies—many of which have become global players and are among the world's largest in their industries. There are now 8 Brazilian companies in the Fortune Global 500, including the Vale group.
Brazilian businesses continue expanding rapidly internationally—also in Japan—and in his presentation Marcos Turini will tell us about some of the key global Brazilian players, including his own company Vale, and how and why they have been successful.
Marcos Turini is Managing Director of the Japan subsidiary of Vale, a Fortune Global 500 global mining company headquartered in Brazil—with annual sales of US$50 billion. He is also currently the President of the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in Japan, and a JMEC Executive Committee member.
TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR CAREER
Building your own brand for success
by Paul Dupuis, Managing Director, Professionals
Randstad Japan K.K.; Randstad Group, World's 2nd largest HR company
One trend among business professionals in recent times has been a more systematic approach to career development—by companies wanting to keep skilled and talented employees, as well as by individual professionals themselves. As a leading global player in human resource management, Randstad is an HR innovator and at the forefront of professional career development.
Paul Dupuis will speak about the key success steps for your professional career development through a practical career road mapping approach as well as self-branding.
Paul Dupuis is Managing Director, Professionals, and a member of the Board of Directors at Randstad Japan K.K.—part of the Randstad Group, the world's 2nd largest HR services firm. He has a long and distinguished career within business development, HR and senior management, having worked 23 years in Asia. Paul is currently also a Board Director of HOPE International (NGO) Japan & Chairman Kansai Gala.
Randstad is also a former JMEC Project Client.
When: Thursday September 18, 2014 19:00-21:30. Doors open 18:30.
Where: Restaurante Carioca by Ramos, Kita Aoyama
Access: Gaienmae Station, Exit 3.
Entry Fee: ¥4,000 prepaid by card, ATM or 'convini'. ¥5,000 at the door.
The ticket includes full-course dinner, 2 alcohol drinks. Additional alcohol drinks available, cash on delivery.
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We look forward to seeing you!
Trond Varlid & Betsy Rogers
JMEC Program Director & Assistant Program Director
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM JST
Prepaid by Card, ATM, Convini ¥4,000 Pay at the Door ¥5,000
On sale until Sep 17, 2014, 7:00:00 PM
- Venue Address
- 2-7-25 KitaAoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan
Metro: Gaienmae Station, Exit 3, Ginza Line. 1 min.