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JOB: General Manager SANOVO TECHNOLOGY GROUP
SANOVO TECHNOLOGY GROUP is still under positive developmentand has through the last years grown through acquisitions of subsidiaries abroad. In order to strengthen our position on the Japanese market we are looking for a new General Manager to our business unit in Japan.
Kvadrat is the leading European supplier of contemporary high quality textiles and textile-related products for both architects and designers to specify in public spaces and for the private consumer throughout the world.
We are looking for a Sales Manager with the potential to develop toCountry Director for Kvadrat in Japan. You will be based in our new showroom in Tokyo together with a showroom assistant. You will be referring to our Regional Asia Director.
We are offering you a unique chance to be part of a strongly sales-oriented daily environment. From day one you will be responsible for a significant client base. A training program alternating between our Asia HQ in Shanghai, direct contact with customers in the contract market, and our parent company in Denmark will prepare you very efficiently.
Your job will be to strengthen and develop our primary position in the contract market through contact with architects, interior designers and selected end-user customers.
At Kvadrat you can expect an exceptional sales challenge in an extremely growth-oriented group with excellent prospects, and you will be working with one of the most successful textile collections in Europe.
The Okinawa Corporate Games Japan will be held in March 5-8 2015. The Games is expected to be one of the largest corporate multi-sports festival with thousands of participants representing hundreds of organizations. With 15 different sports on the program and age categories from Open Competition to 50 plus for everyone. There are also numerous Celebrations across the weekend for your employees, colleagues and clients to enjoy, including the SuperCentre Registration which includes gifts and free giveaways, the Grand Parade of Athletes and the Great Games Party.
The Corporate Games features a number of benefits for both organizations and employees including creating business opportunity with other corporates, promoting health and wellbeing in the workplace, teambuilding, increasing staff morale and employee engagement. There are companies in our UK and Australia games who have participated every year for the past twenty years and report back about how their staff productivity levels rise around the time of the games and beyond.
This is the first time the games will come to Okinawa and it’s an amazing opportunity for local, national and multinational business to be involved. For more information please visit our web site.
Event invitation from The EU Studies Institute in Tokyo and others
Dear DCCJ member,
The EU Studies Institute in Tokyo, HEC Paris and Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank are pleased to invite you to an International Economic Symposium on the theme of "EU-Japan, New Strategic Partnership for Future."
Thursday 27 February 2014
18:30 - 20:15 Symposium (followed by reception until 21:30)
From June 2013, SAS has introduced two brand new service concepts: SAS Go and SAS Plus, within Europe.
For interncontinental routes, Economy has been renamed to SAS Go, Economy Extra to SAS Plus and Business class is now called SAS Business. Good news is that SAS Plus customer gets even more benefits than before like access to our SAS Lounges in Scandinavia, priority baggage handling and 200% EuroBonus points.
Please read more about the new customer experience from SAS in the below link:
Til jer, der ikke kunne komme, kan vi fortælle, at vi mødes hveranden uge på Starbucks i Midttown. Dagen kan skifte lidt, men tiden vil altid være mellem kl. 09:30 - 11:30. Detaljer vil også være at finde på Den Danske Klubs Hjemmeside på Facebook.
Næste møde vil være 31.05.2013 mellem kl 09:30 - 11:30
Hvis i kender nogen, der ikke er med på listen, må i meget gerne lade jungle trommerne lyde.
8 Million Yen Raised from Danish Art & Design for Japan Donated to Higashi Matsushima
On December 22nd, 2011, Managing Director of Saxo Bank Japan and DCCJ Director, Wataru Kojima, visited the Mayor of Higashi Matsushima.
(see above photo)
On behalf of DCCJ, Mr. Kojma handed over a letter from DCCJ Chairman and the donation of 8 million yen for a Children's Fund for the children of Higashi Matsushima. The fund was raised during last year's Danish Art & Design for Japan.
YOKOSO - SAYONARA
YOKOSO - SAYONARAis a section for our long time friends/members departing Japan and moving on to other endeavor & also a section for new members coming to Japan or moving to a new position. This Spring the below members will be departing us.
ECCO – Jens A. Mikkelsen
After 6 years in Japan, Jens left Japan to take up position as Global Business Development Manager in ECCO retail division in ECCO Headquarters in Denmark.
ECCO Japan Co. Ltd. was established January 1st 2011 as a daughter company responsible for wholesale and retail activities in Japan.
In charge for Japan is President Mr. Kenji Takii who has been with ECCO since February 2009, where he was President for the previous ECCO Retail Japan Co. Ltd.
NOVO NORDISK – Lisbeth & Wisti Seerup
With 10 years in Japan, Lisbeth and Wisti will move on to the USA. Lisbeth will take new position at Novo Nordisk in USA.
Lisbeth - newly honored for her 20 years in Novo and Wisti - known for his Karate and photography, were both among the most loyal and frequent to join the various DCCJ events.
“It is with some sadness we leave – but we will never forget Japan” says Wisti. You are welcome to email to Wisti on WSP@KI-DO.DK
COLOPLAST – Vagn & Kia Heiberg
Due to Coloplast changed its regional head office from Japan to China, Vagn Heiberg will continue his position as Senior Vice President Asia in Beijing.
Vagn has been in the DCCJ board of Directors for more than 12 years as well as Chairman of the board in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005.
Vagn and Kia are one of the longest staying Danes, with 21 years in Japan.
Mr. Lars Kai was appointed Country Manager Japan as of October 2010.
DCCJ will miss you all and wishes our leaving members the very best in their
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