On the morning of June 19, the ACCJ Young Professionals Forum (YPF) will launch its “Next Generation Leaders” series. For the first event, YPF partnered with the Healthcare Committee to invite Dr. Ichiro Amimori, CEO of Xenoma, to share his thoughts on leadership, entrepreneurship, and the future of health tech in Japan.
Dr. Amimori, a strong advocate for “Japan Entrepreneurship 2.0,” has devoted himself to improving societal values through cutting-edge technologies. He prides himself as researcher of Science, Technology, and Society (STS), focused on technological innovations that enhance the relationship between man and machine.
7:30am Doors Open and Breakfast Served
8:00am Conversation with Invited Guest – Dr. Ichiro Amimori
8:55am Event Close
The YPF’s “Next Generation Leaders” series partners with other ACCJ committees to host distinguished leaders in an interactive dialogue with members. Guests are invited to share their personal and professional experiences, exploring their views on the challenges facing the world today. This series places an emphasis on bringing together rising business leaders and policymakers with members of the Young Professionals Forum.
We look forward to seeing you at this informing and engaging event.
About the Young Professionals Forum (YPF)
The ACCJ young professional forum works to develop young professionals both professionally and personally by offering peer-led programs, mentoring forums, training and networking activities. Provides a value-added platform for young professionals to create new networks with peers and senior business leaders alike and encourages members to actively participate in YPF events to further build professional skills and deepen their understanding of US-Japan relations and the ACCJ.
John Carlson, Anna Maruyama, Co-Chairs
ACCJ Young Professionals Forum
John W. Carlson III, Chair
William Bishop, Yuko Kidoguchi, Takeo Morooka, Toshio Nagase, R. Byron Sigel, Mika Shirai, Vice Chairs
ACCJ Healthcare Committee
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