Tokyo Chapter of FEW:

13th FEW (Foreign Executive Women) Career Strategies Seminar

Date: Saturday, April 17th, 2004 Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Speaker: Several speakers

Achieving Success with your Career in Japan: The Foreign Executive Women (FEW) is holding its 13th Career Strategies Seminar for Foreign Women on Saturday April 17, 2004.
Created by foreign women in 1990, this seminar is especially for foreign women who are looking for career motivation, a new job, to change their career or to start their own business while living in Japan. Presentations by foreign women who have found new opportunities whilst living in Japan promise to be inspirational and informative. A series of smaller workshops will enable participants to gain a deeper understanding of the Japanese job market.
Previous participants have gone on to enhance their careers or have found new jobs. Some also learnt more about setting up their own business. Other objectives are to design a career action plan whilst being inspired by women speakers who have ‘made it’. There will also be opportunities to network with other professional women.
Hands-on workshops will include entrepreneurship, marketing, finance and many other occupational fields.
Free to all participants is the comprehensive Career Guide, updated for 2004. This guide is a must have manual outlining resources and instructive information about working in Japan.
The 2004 FEW Career Strategies Seminar will inspire attendees to leverage their skills and experience to achieve the career success they deserve in Japan!
The FEW 2004 Career Strategies Seminar will be held at Temple University in Minami-Azabu, Tokyo. Pre-registration is 12,000 yen, on the day registration is 15,000 yen. Breakfast, lunch and refreshments are provided.

Organization: Foreign Executive Women (Tokyo Chapter of FEW)

Cost: Pre-registration is 12,000 yen, on the day registration is 15,000 yen

Venue: Temple University in Minami-Azabu, Tokyo

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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