2021 / Japan House Online Event to invite Nami Yamamoto, CEO of Yamamotoyama U.S.A. as guest speaker to discuss “The Secret of Sustainability in Business,” Sept.15 from 5:30-6:30 pm, PDT

Products of Yamamotoyama (Source: Japan House Los Angeles)

Japan House Los Angeles hosts online event “The Secret of Sustainability in Business: Yamamotoyama” on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm, PDT. This is free event. Open to the public.

The Secret of Sustainability in Business
Session 2, Yamamotoyama
Looking into the Future with the Next Leader

Guest Speaker: Nami Yamamoto, CEO of Yamamotoyama U.S.A.
Facilitator: Ethan Bernstein, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School
Facilitator: Toshio Goto, Representative Director at Research Institute for Century Management and Research Professor at Graduate School of Management, Japan University of Economics (Nihon Keizai Daaigaku)

In a fast-changing world, many businesses find it challenging to plan for next quarter, let alone next decade.

But in Japan, home to the world’s oldest companies, some have found a way to survive and thrive for over a century or longer.

According to Research Institute for the Centennial Management, over 52,000 companies in Japan are at least a century old, many with histories spanning multiple centuries.

Even after recessions, wars, natural disasters, and global pandemics, these companies have remained in business. What is the secret to their extraordinary resilience?

For more information and registration: https://www.japanhousela.com/events/business-sustainability-series-yamamotoyama/