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Workplace Health Investment as a Corporate Strategy - Potential of Health and Productivity Management - Event Hosted by the Japanese Government to be Held at Tokyo Nutrition for Growth (N4G) Summit 2021

December 1, 2021

The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) will hold a government event at the Tokyo Nutrition for Growth (N4G) Summit 2021. Titled "Workplace Health Investment as a Corporate Strategy - Potential of Health and Productivity Management," the event will present Japan's world-leading efforts toward health and productivity management, and its visions regarding the future of the field.

Health and productivity management is a corporate strategy toward promoting health in workplaces, including improving nutrition. At the event, companies' top management will present examples of good practices both from Japan and overseas. They will also discuss the potential of health in ESG investment, with foreign investors, international institutions, and similar stakeholders also sharing their views. The overall aim will be to help increase the value of companies that are addressing health, and to promote investment in it.

1. Outline of the event

Title:

Workplace Health Investment as a Corporate Strategy - Potential of Health and Productivity Management

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Date:

December 7, 2021 (Tue.), 15:00-16:30

Venue:

Online streaming (no advance registration required)

Organizer:

METI

Opening address by the organizer:

Hagiuda Koichi, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry

Lectures and panelists:

Moderator:Mr. Tanaka Kazushige, Deputy Director-General, Commerce and Service Industry Policy Group, METI

2. Program

Corporate leaders, investors, international organizations, and NGOs working on health and productivity management will present their corporate strategies and stakeholders' perspectives on health investment, and discuss the potential of health in ESG investment.

3. Reference links

Division in Charge

Healthcare Industries Division, Commerce and Service Industry Policy Group