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Machine Parts and Tooling Industries Seminar to be Held Tips for Effective Presentations-Learn from Silicon Valley-Style Approaches to Presentations

For companies, delivering effective presentations before business partners and investors for explaining their business models is an indispensable tool to succeed in global business. In Silicon Valley, a site where the world’s most-advanced technologies aggregate, companies need to make presentations on strong points and characteristics of their own products, e.g., quality and quick response, accurately and briefly so as to strongly attract listeners’ attention, which is different from the Japanese approach where companies tend to explain their products along the lines with written materials they have prepared.

This seminar will focus on presentations in English to win global competitions, and participants will learn about Silicon Valley-style approaches to effective presentations, e.g., methods for preparation and material development and skills for delivering speeches, which may help companies in effectively attracting the attention of visitors at overseas exhibitions, expanding sales channels to overseas companies, and other efforts.

1. Outline of the seminar

Date and time:
November 30 (Thur.), 2017; from 10:00 to 15:00
*Lunch break:from 12:00 to 13:30
Venue:
Meeting Room 227 on the 2nd floor, METI Annex
Capacity:
Approximately 50(first-come-first-served basis)
Topic:
Tips for Effective Presentations - Learn from Silicon Valley-Style Approaches to Presentations
Speaker:
Mr. Mark Kato
Speaker’s profile:
  • Mr. Kato is an expert in the fields of marketing and business development.
  • Much of his work has been for major enterprises in the United States, such as Hewlett Packard, Agilent Technologies, and Advanced Micro Devices, and has 12 years’ business experience in Japan and 30 years in Silicon Valley.
  • In Silicon Valley, he successfully achieved seminars concerning preparation of marketing strategies, sales materials and presentation materials, and technical skills targeting top-level engineers in the United States. As a CEO of Silicon Valley-Japan Business Consulting (www.svjbc.comexternal link), he now offers consulting services concerning business between Japan and the U.S. to companies in both countries, and since 2013, he has been contributing to efforts for fostering next-generation entrepreneurs as a mentor in the JETRO Innovation Programs organized by the Japan External Trade Organization(JETRO).

2. How to attend the seminar

  • How to apply
    If you wish to attend the seminar, complete an application form below with the required information and send the form by email or facsimile.
    Contact point:Mr. Hayato Ihara
    Email:ihara-hayato@meti.go.jp
    Telephone:03-3501-1063, facsimile: 03-3501-6799
  • Capacity:Approximately 50 (first-come-first-served basis)
  • Admission:Free
  • Closing date:November 28 (Tue.), 2017
  • Please note that acceptance of applications will be closed as soon as the fixed number is reached even before the closing date.
  • Access map to the site

[Nearest station to the site]
Kasumigaseki station (indicated as "a" on the map), Tokyo Metro (available by the Marunouchi, Hibiya and Chiyoda Lines)
For your convenience, use Exit A12a of the station to access the METI main building and Exit C2 to access the METI annex building.
If getting off at Toranomon station (indicated as "b" on the map) of the Ginza Line, use Exit 7. If getting off at Uchisaiwaicho station of the Toei Subway Mita Line, use the exit closest to the Hibiya area for your convenience.

Release date

November 7, 2017

Division in Charge

Machine Parts and Tooling Industries Office, Manufacturing Industries Bureau

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry1-3-1 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8901, Japan Tel: +81-(0)3-3501-1511
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