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Young Professionals Forum

Being Human at Work
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**Online Ticket Sales have closed but limited space is still available. Tickets may be purchased on the day of the event at the door for ¥8,500 (We accept payment by cash or credit card)**


“Being human is going to be at the core of leadership in the 21st century.”

- President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (World Economic Forum, May 2014)

We invite you to join us for the 2nd Annual Young Professionals Forum in Tokyo. This year’s forum aims to open up discussions and implement new strategies around the idea of “Being Human at Work.” Together with our elite panel of speakers, we will look into making leadership more human, explore the excitement of work despite the pressures of business life, and discover new, dynamic ways of working.


PROGRAM*:

Excitement of Work and Life
Thomas Lee – Founder & CEO, Decillion Group (Singapore & Asia) - BIO

Humanizing Work
So-Young Kang – Catalyst & CEO, Awaken Group (Singapore & USA) - BIO

New Ways of Working:
Transformation Design
So-Young Kang CEO/Catalyst of Awaken Group- BIO http://awakengroup.com

Entrepreneurship Steve
Sakanashi. President of SEKAI CREATOR - BIO http://sekaicreator.org

Social Business
Andy Game CEO/Pioneer of 7MEDIA - BIO http://7media.org

International Exchange
Thomas Lee CEO - BIO http://icmsingapore.org.sg

*Speakers and topics are subject to change.


PLACE:

REGUS Hamamatsucho, Tokyo.


COST:

Early Bird – ¥7,000
Walk-In – ¥8,500 (May be purchased at the event)
Enquiries: yp@7media.org

This event will be held in English.
Please be advised that tickets are non-refundable.

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Tue Sep 23, 2014
10:00 AM - 4:30 PM JST
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Venue
REGUS Hamamatsucho, Tokyo
Tickets
Early Bird ¥7,000

On sale until Sep 20, 2014, 12:00:00 AM

Venue Address
REGUS Shiodome Building, 105-0022 Tokyo, Minato-ku, Kaigan 1-2-20 Shiodome Building 3rd Floor Japan
Directions
3 minutes walk from
JR Line: Hamamatsucho Sta. North Exit
Tokyo Monorail: Hamamatsucho Sta. Centre Exit
Oedo Line: Daimon Sta. B1 Exit
Asakusa Line: Daimon Sta. B1 Exit
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Young Professionals
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