The Entrepreneur Association of Tokyo:

EA-Tokyo December Seminar: 5 P's to drive your business - Passion, Perseverance, Professionalism, Peak Performance, Paradise

Date: Tuesday, December 2nd, 2003 Time: 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Speaker: Ann C. Sado

Description:
Ann Sado is the proprietor and representative director of A TO Z Sado Enterprises Ltd., a Japanese management consulting firm specializing in marketing and PR for the creative fields. She successfully launched a calligraphy and Japanese style painting gallery, Ginza Shorou, in Ginza and is a partner and managing director of Legacy Memoirs, a Japanese pioneer in family publishing that provides workshops on Oral History to preserve history of families and individuals. Ann is involved in several global humanitarian projects. She is dedicated to helping people improve their lives through programs which empower and enrich their lives. She is especially focused in promoting women's advancement in society (GEWEL). Ann is also member of the STAR International Japan board of directors.
Members may register and pay for seminars online at: http://www.ea-tokyo.com/signup2.html

Organization: The Entrepreneur Association of Tokyo

Cost: pre-pay 6,000 yen; or 7,000 at the door (4,000 for students) Price includes a light buffet dinner.

Venue: The City Club of Tokyo (Canadian Embassy Complex) - Maple Room, Aoyama Itchome

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan

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