U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference

The U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference is a yearly event that brings together regional, national and international leaders from government, business, academia and nonprofit sectors to discuss the current status and continuous future of the U.S.-Japan collaboration.

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Partnering for Impact Today, Investing in a Sustainable Tomorrow

 

The 2018 U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference in Tokyo, Japan will be held from November 7 to 9 at the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel. 

 

Overview

This year, USJC returns to Tokyo to discuss how the United States and Japan can build a sustainable future together. The Conference will explore ways to collaborate towards mutual goals like supporting women leaders and face common challenges like aging populations and security issues in Asia. We will also discuss regional ties among various cities in both countries, what impact the midterm elections will have in the United States, strengthening philanthropy in Japan, and how Tokyo can leverage the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games for future growth. Join USJC & USJC (Japan) in Tokyo to discuss how to create lasting partnerships and benefit communities on both sides of the Pacific. 

 

Conference Topics (subject to change)

  • Japan and the U.S. - Expanding Economic Growth
  • Geopolitical Issues
  • Technology Innovation
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Impact of U.S. Midterm Elections
  • Philanthropy
  • Regional Programs (including USJC's Governors' Circle)
  • Women’s Leadership
  • Olympic and Paralympic Games (2020 and beyond)
  • Aging and Healthcare

 

 

Archives 

2017 U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference

2016 U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference 

2015 U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference

2014 U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference

2013 U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference

2012 U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference

2011 U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference

2010 U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference

 

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