September 8, 2022
Office of the Governor for Policy Planning
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) has been implementing a variety of measures to attract foreign companies to Tokyo in order to create a progressive cycle of innovation and economic growth that also work toward the realization of "Sustainable Recovery".
We are pleased to announce that, we are holding a series of Invest Tokyo online events, "Tokyo: Innovation is Everywhere", to increase the interest of foreign companies and others in expanding into Tokyo.
At the event, we will communicate the advantages of Tokyo as a business city, and the measures taken by the TMG to attract foreign companies to Tokyo. After the event, we will continue approaching the participants to encourage them to enter the market in Tokyo.
Invest Tokyo online event "Tokyo: Innovation is Everywhere"
1st Session : Friday September 30, 2022, 3:30pm –5:00pm (IST / UTC+05:30)
2nd Session : End of October *The details will be announced soon.
1st Session : Bangalore, India
2nd Session : New York, USA
*Both sessions will be held online (Zoom)
Companies and personnel interested in expanding business into Tokyo
KOIKE Yuriko, Governor of Tokyo
Srikant SASTRI, President, TiE Delhi-NCR
Tina PHILIP, Principal Director, Accenture Ventures India
SUZUKI Daisuke, Senior Investment Director, Sony Ventures Corporation
FUJITA Megumi, Director for Attraction of Foreign Companies, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
To be decided. The details will be announced soon.
Please visit the event website
We will keep you updated via the website.
Invest Tokyo online event secretariat
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