[event]Our CEO will appear at the G1 Global Conference

2019.09.12Event

G1 is a forum for the leaders of the next generation to gather, discuss, and paint a vision for the rebirth of Japan in a turbulent world.

The G1 Global Conference addresses global and regional challenges through discussions conducted in English. The G1 Global provides a unique opportunity for global leaders to interact, share visions for the future, and develop ideas into concrete actions.

This year's theme is “Sustainable Innovation in Times of Disruption.”
Our CEO will be on the #2 Breakout Sessions scheduled to start at 10:30.
The discussion theme is “Technology and Design: Innovation in Business”.

Please check the following URL for details.
https://g1summit.com/g1global/


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#2 Breakout Sessions
Innovation through Art: Leveraging Disruption for a Sustainable Ecosystem

To meet the demands of the global agenda, businesses and societies need to create disruptivesolutions. However, many business people continue to rely on empirical ideation and existing datasets in the innovation processes. The arts have the power to change this, to move us beyond logic, tocome up with unique questions and designs to generate solutions. In the first half of this session,panelists will focus on the unique characteristics of art and how to leverage them for disruptiveinnovation. However, many artists exist outside of the lucrative, insider circle of galleries, curators, andcritics. To harness the full potential of art, a sustainable, inclusive ecosystem is indispensable. In thesecond half of this session, panelists will tackle this conundrum and suggest concrete actions togenerate innovation in a healthy, forward-thinking, and global art ecosystem.

<Panelists>
Randy Channell Soei(Professor, Chado Urasenke Ambassador of Hospitality, Kyoto City)
Mai Miyake(Artist)
Taihei Shii(CEO, Startbahn, Inc.)

<Moderator>
Takashi Mitachi(Senior Advisor, The Boston Consulting Group)

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