Fabian Demicoli

Training Programmes in Japan for EU managers

Invitation to participate in the next managerial training programmes in Japan funded by the European Commission

For EU managers working in an EU company

"DISTRIBUTION & BUSINESS PRACTICES IN JAPAN"

The programme enables participants to understand the Japanese distribution system and provides practical tools useful for building an effective marketing strategy for the Japanese / Asian markets. "DBP 2012" is composed of:

4 company visits to manufacturers, wholesalers, department stores etc.

"HUMAN RESOURCES TRAINING PROGRAMME – JAPAN INDUSTRY INSIGHT"

The programme provides an in-depth view of Japanese industrial structure and business practices. "HRTP 2012" is composed of:

  • Orientation session
  • Japanese language and culture courses
  • Lectures
  • Joint seminar with Japanese business people
  • Field trips (Sogo Shosha and Regional trip)
  • Individual company visits 4/5-week training dates: 14/05/2012 – 08/06/2012 or 15/06/2012 (5th week is optional)

Application deadline: 16/02/2012

More information on: http://oanm59.com/qubjvwdihn1t0w4ssq/index3.html

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