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By Admin on Friday, August 30, 2002 - 7:47 pm:
Japan Market Entry Competition
The Winning Way Into Japan
9th JMEC commences on October 19th, 2002 (now accepting applications)
The Japan Market Entry Competition (www.jmec.gr.jp) is an innovative management training program for young business people to provide them with skills to succeed in doing business in Japan. JMEC offers companies with fresh perspective to opportunities in the Japanese market.
The program is divided into two parts; the lecture series and the business plan preparation period.
The lecture series consists of seventeen presentations by executives experienced in doing business in Japan, and are delivered on Saturdays between October and December.
Following the lecture series, the participants are divided into teams of five, or six, individuals and each team is assigned a project requiring them to prepare a business plan for a real business situation. The projects are submitted by companies, Project Clients, seeking to enter, or reposition, a product or service in the Japanese Market. This period lasts from December until May. The resulting business plans are put forward for a competition, judged by a panel of experts, and valuable prizes are awarded to the winning teams.
Participants are supported throughout the program by Team Mentors, Business Consultants and the Program Director.
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE ?
EAny resident or non-resident company or organization considering to introducing or repositioning a product or service in Japan
EAny English-speaking individuals, foreign or Japanese, working or studying in Japan, and has a genuine interest in improving their business skills and broadening their business network.
The end result is that the Participants receive an excellent, practical, education in doing business in Japan and in preparing a business plan a mini-MBA.
Companies submitting Projects receive a comprehensive and innovative business plan for a fraction of the cost of hiring business consultants.
Applications Deadlines: Company Projects should be submitted by November 10th, 2002
Participant application should be submitted by September 30th, 2002
Additional Information: For further details of the JMEC Program please contact Ikuko Collins, Program Director
By Lilia Ann Pritchard on Monday, September 2, 2002 - 2:52 pm:
I'd like to make an inquiry regarding the GED-(General Educational Development) The American High School Equivalence Test.
I'd like to take the test but when looking around I have been given the option of a testing center named 'Prometric' which in my opinion is rather on the expensive side to take these tests. (375.00 dollars)
I want to ask all you mothers who are home schooling, where do your kids take these type of tests?? or if You have any friends or any knowledge of an alternative testing center. (eg: Military Base which Im looking into right now)
It would be of monstrous help!
Thanks for reading!
By Sandy Cox on Wednesday, June 23, 2004 - 2:00 pm:
Help from a "coach".
This is not therapy. It is problem solving based on the idea that the solution is within you. Sounds like a very proactive approach. Being a mother and taking care of a family is a career, these days often in addition to a workplace career. A good coach can help mothers find solutions.
By Tonette Binsol on Sunday, November 20, 2005 - 8:29 pm:
International Symposium of Ochanomizu University
COE PROGRAM: Studies of Human-Development from Birth to Death
CULTURAL DIVERSITY, CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND CHILDCARE SUPPORT
Saturday, 10th December 2005
Room 306, Faculty of Human Life and Environmental Science Building
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Problems of Ukrainian Childhood in the Modern Transitional Period
The Japan Foundation Japanese Studies Fellow
Svetlana BILETSKA, Ph.D
Associate Professor, Kharkiv Pedagogical University
The Japan Foundation Japanese Studies Fellow
*The Filipino Family and Child Rearing Practices
Elvira P.GALANG, Ed.D
Professor, Technological University of the Phillippines
Lecturer: Bulacan State University
The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Invitation Fellow
*Applying What We Have Learned in Japan to Ghana
Yoichi Sakakibara, MD
Professor, Child Care and Education, Ochanomizu University
Masako Ishii-Kuntz, Ph.D.
Associate professor, University of California
Nobuko Uchida, Ph.D.
Vice president, Ochanomizu University
Professor, Ochanomizu University
Kikuyo Aoki, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Ochanomizu University