Marriott Executive Offers Advice for Doing Business in Japan

Thursday, November 28, 2019

By Allison Pestotnik

Tokyo ? (PanOrient News) Karl Hudson, the newly appointed area vice president of Japan and Guam for Marriott International, suggested learning Japanese proverbs and gaining a deep knowledge of the local culture when offering advice to other foreign executives assigned to work in Japan.

“Some experience in another Asian country would help but it is very important to develop an understanding of the local culture,” said Hudson in an interview with the JATA Internati...

Trump’s US Infrastructure Investments Could Make Japan Great Again

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

By Tom O'Sullivan
Special to PanOrient News

Tokyo- Since the election of Donald Trump on November 8th stock markets in the United States have added over $2 trillion of market capitalization and are hitting new all-time records. The market capitalization of the benchmark index, S&P 500, has exceeded $20 trillion in the two months since the election for the first time in its 60-year history.

These animal spirits are driven mainly by two of Trump’s campaign pledges: the reduction of US cor...

Ritsumeikan University Hosts Next Global Business Case Competition (GBCC)

Friday, September 23, 2016

Tokyo- (PanOrient News) The Global Business Case Competition (GBCC) will hold its next competition event in October, 2016, organized by Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University APU, Mr. Nazarahari Mohammad Amin of the GBCC Steering Committee, told PanOrient News.

Participants from 12 universities from around the world will attend the competition by students with support from faculty, staff and advisors.

GBCC is the first and only international business case competition in Japan and helps to in...

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