Tokyo Chapter of FEW:

FEWJapan presents: The Blue Oceans and Niches Panel

Date: Thursday, October 14th, 2010 Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Speaker: Max Hodges, Deanne Love, Masao Tamaoki, Kike Yamakawa

What is the Blue Ocean?

Blue oceans denote unknown market space, untainted by competition. In blue oceans, demand is created rather than fought over. There is ample opportunity for growth that is both profitable and rapid. In blue oceans, competition is irrelevant because the rules of the game are waiting to be set. Blue ocean is an analogy to describe the wider, deeper potential of market space that is not yet explored.

Welcome our amazing panel for October:
* Deanne Love of Hooplover
* Masao Tamaoki of TOKYOMADE
* Kike Yamakawa of FAB Academy
* Max Hodges of Tokyo Realtim
All of these people have opened unique channels of business into Tokyo waters, and beyond. With their innovative business propositions, they have created a niche all of their own. Be inspired as they talk about their journey, how they plunged into their blue oceans and what it takes to achieve their goals. Ask your questions.

Thursday Oct. 14 7:00pm start location:
The Wesley Center
6-10-11 Minami Aoyama
Minato-ku, Tokyo

Directions to Wesley Center:
From Shibuya Station, take Bus 1 (200 yen) to the first bus stop at Aoyama Chutobumae. From that bus stop, turn right and walk straight up the slight incline. (On the opposite side of the expressway, there is Monsoon Restaurant and Eneos Gas Station.) Back to your side of the expressway, there is an open area (future road) and the Wesley Center has a low brick sign in front of the building. (It is the 2nd building from the expressway.)

Organization: Foreign Executive Women (Tokyo Chapter of FEW)

Cost: FEW Members: 3000 yen
Non-members: 6000 yen

Venue: The Wesley Center, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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