In Japan TV videos showcase the country’s unique lifestyle, culture, sports and business.
Feng Shui Master Tanaka Michiaki spoke to In Japan TV about his predictions for the Year of the Rabbit. If you’d like to know what 2023 has in store for your work, relationships, and health, watch our new video!
In Japan TV had the chance to speak with Daishi Yoshimoto, the award-winning architect behind Tokyo American Club’s new venue in Nihonbashi, and Terry White, a member of the Club’s Taskforce and the man responsible for its impressive art collection.
Watch our video to hear their insights and learn more about how they helped create this fantastic new space, which recently won a Good Design Award for its interior concept.
In Japan TV sat down with the RE/MAX Amistad and IREA team to find out how they help their clients. If you’re interested in kick-starting your own real estate career, be sure to watch our video!
For more information, visit www.remax-amistad.com
In Japan TV sat down with Thomas Heatherwick, the award-winning designer behind the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games Cauldron, the British Pavilion at the Shanghai Expo, and many more marvels of modern design. Watch our video to hear his insights on the upcoming Toranomon-Azabudai Project by Mori Building Co., Ltd. and more. Read more in BCCJ ACUMEN: https://bccjacumen.com/london-touch-tokyo-landmark/
In Japan TV interviewed three of the leaders behind the Natural One juice company—Global CEO Rafael Ivanisk Oliveira, Asia–Pacific CEO Rafael Catole Demetrio, and Japan Representative Paul G. Guilfoile. Watch the video to learn about Natural One’s operations in Brazil, their export capabilities, and their expansion to the Japanese market.
In Japan TV interviewed Joe Hart, global CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, about the future of AI in the global workplace—technology and soft skills may be closer linked than you think.
Read more in The ACCJ Journal, October 2018 issue out now: https://journal.accj.or.jp/soft-skills/
Japan faces critical barriers to growth. There are opportunities, but embracing change is crucial. Hays Japan Managing Director Marc Burrage shares his thoughts on structural and cultural issues including wage reform, the talent mismatch, women in the workforce, and the need for more foreign talent.
In Japan, politics and policymaking are often seen by businesses as mysterious processes, but in a world undergoing rapid change, it is more important than ever that the public and private sectors communicate effectively. GR Japan is actively working to bridge that gap, showing that what works in Brussels and Washington, DC, can be effective in Tokyo, too.
The voices of women in business are growing louder in Japan, and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has thrown his weight behind this with his “womenomics” agenda. But how far are initiatives to empower women actually being implemented?
BIJ.TV founder Robert Heldt speaks with Dr. Greg Story, president of Dale Carnegie Training Japan, to discuss key considerations for entrepreneurs trying to grow themselves and their business. Looking at motivation, delegation, communication and the need to move out of your comfort zone, Dr. Story examines ways to become a more effective leader and entrepreneur.