The U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference is an yearly event that brings together regional, national and international leaders from government, business, academia and non-profit sectors to discuss the current status and continuous future of the U.S.-Japan collaboration.
Save the Date: The 2017 U.S.-Japan Annual Conference in Washington, DC will be held from November 13 to 14 at the JW Marriot!
For the eighth USJC Annual Conference themed "Unity in Diversity: Shaping the Future Together," we are returning to our nation’s capital to discuss changes under a new administration. Following an election that divided the nation, we will discuss how to respect differences of opinion and find common ground as we work together toward mutually beneficial goals. At the same time, we will showcase and examine how global perspectives and diversity empower both the United States and Japan. We will exchange views on how international businesses and organizations can continue to expand in a changing political environment, and “get work done” to strengthen the U.S.-Japan relationship. We will also provide opportunities to network with stakeholders in the new administration and on Capitol Hill, and provide insight into the political and diplomatic arenas.
More information coming soon!