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Learn from CEOs of Ericsson and Asus - Diversity in Tech

04 October 2018 19:00 - 21:00


Embassy of Sweden

Learn from CEOs of Ericsson and Asus - Diversity in Tech

Welcome to join an evening with two prominent speakers and CEOs on the topic "Diversity in Tech".

Why is diversity important for business? 
How to create an inclusive working enviroment to attract and retain talent?

Get practical ideas and inspiration from Mr. Toru Nozaki, CEO, Ericsson Japan and Mrs. Emilie Lu, CEO, Asus JapanYou are most welcome to take active part in the event by asking questions.

The talk session follows by networking and drinks (wine, beer, softdrinks) and snacks. 



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Toru Nozaki

Emilie Lu

President, Strategic Business, Representative Director 
Ericsson Japan K.K.

Toru Nozaki is the President, Strategic Business and Representative Director of Ericsson Japan K.K. as from February 14th, 2014.
He joined Ericsson in 2011 and has since served as Vice President responsible for new business development. Prior to joining Ericsson, he served as Director of Networks Business at the Japanese entity of Motorola from 1997, where he offered strong executive insight in business operation, marketing and strategic planning. While working at Motorola, he played an integral role in supplying and deploying a nationwide mobile network four times, and contributed to the development and expansion of the mobile communication network business.

Nozaki was born in Tokyo on March 1961. He holds a law degree from Waseda University (1983).

President and Regional Head
Asustek Computer Japan 

Emilie Lu was born in Taiwan and graduated from National Taiwan University, Department of English Literature.  She also obtained her master degree in Journalism from the Graduate School of National Osaka University.  Along with her academic pursuit and professional carrier path, she has lived in France, Italy, Germany and Japan for over 20 years.  Now she is president and regional head of Asustek Computer in Japan, living in Tokyo with her French partner and 3 young daughters. She can speak 4 languages fluently, English, French, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese.



Date:              Thursday October 4th, 19:00-21:00
Place:             Embassy of Sweden, 1-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-ku Tokyo
Cost:              Free for SCCJ members and their guests.
                       JPY 1,000 for Non-members
Registration:  Click the "Sign-up" tab above or send us email on office@sccj.org

The talk session follows by networking and drinks (wine, beer, softdrinks) and snacks.
This event is organized by SCCJ Womens Impact Network (WIN).

Deadline for registration & cancellation: Tuesday October 2th.
Limited number of seats - (first-come, first-served)

Your active sign-up is very welcome!!




Embassy of Sweden

1-10-3-100 Roppongi, Minato-ku Tokyo
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No Name Organization
1 Kanako Tsuji Accenture
2 Kanako Kido Guest to Accenture
3 Riho Iwai Guest to Accenture
4 Yoshiko Someya Axis Communications
5 Mats Friberg Axis Communications
6 Kaori Yamamoto Axis Communications
7 Emi Yoshida Baker McKenzie
8 Jorge J. Buendia BASF Japan
9 Joice Chan BIC GROUP Ltd
10 Eunkyung Lee Chemflow Global Pte Ltd
11 Yuki Miura Chemflow Global Pte Ltd
12 Akari Takahashi Chemflow Global Pte Ltd
13 Fuyuko Nilsson Cofense Inc.
14 Joseph Thornicroft Credit Suisse
15 Andrew Miller Credit Suisse
16 Tomoko Obitsu D.C.Training Japan K.K.
17 Steven Ellis EF Education First
18 Vanessa Yuko Hori EF Education First
19 Kiyoko Muramatsu Embassy of Mali
20 Kuniya Kato EN World
21 Rie Takayama Epiroc Japan KK
22 Mayuko Kiguchi Ericsson
23 Keren Ronen Ericsson
24 Melina Kalandaridis Ericsson
25 Mitsuki Tsukamae Ericsson
26 渡邊裕美 Ericsson Japan
27 Niclas Hedstrom Ericsson Japan K.K.
28 Miori Tomisaka Ferring
29 Tomoko Yamashita Gadelius Holding K.K.
30 James Redmond Chua Globis University
31 Keiko Ono Google
32 Tsai-wei Chao-Muller GR Japan K.K.
33 Isayasu Neggusse Hays Japan
34 Francois JD Hello Tomorrow Japan
35 Conrad Heraud Heraud Associates Ltd.
36 Nils hornmark hornmark kk
37 Fukiko Iimori
38 Masayo Tamanuki Guest to Iimori
39 Anna Ohlin IKEA Japan
40 Rika Kashiwazaki IKEA Japan
41 Kimi Hirose IKEA Japan
42 Yue You IKEA Japan
43 Gabriela Diaz-Guardamino IKEA Japan
44 Yuichi Imasato, M.S IM Consulting
45 Tomiko Sakamoto Individual
46 Hachiro Kawai Individual member
47 Isabelle Chambury ITCS Group
48 Kristine Janice A. Bandayrel JCE
49 Michael Mattsson K2 Partnering Solutions
50 Kodai Iwasaki Kokugakuin University
51 Ian Knives LAC
52 Takaaki Nihira Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
53 Robe Ann Paccial Mitsubishi Fuso
54 Yuko Bando Non-Member
55 Daniel Jacobson Pasona Group
56 Jesse Chadwick Persol Career
57 Mana Moriki Guest to Persol Career
58 Momoko Kamada Pharmaceutical manufacturer
59 Örjan Pettersson Profoto
60 Nigel Asai Renewable Business Partners
61 Thierry Manga Robert Walters Japan K.K.
62 Mike Keaney Robert Walters Japan K.K.
63 Trevor Neman Robert Walters Japan K.K.
64 Paul Lee Robert Walters Japan K.K.
65 Derek Forbes Robert Walters Japan K.K.
66 Johanna Öman Scandinavia Service
67 Shunya Kawachi Guest to Scandinavia Service
68 Johanna Kolström Guest to Scandinavia Service
69 Yukiko Take SCCJ member
70 Takeshi Yamashita
71 Tomoyuki SHOJI Taisei Corporation
72 Victor Shishkin The University of Tokyo
73 Haruka Watabe Tokyo Chamber of Commerce
74 Amal Dilanka De Silva Tokyo Institute of Technology
75 Kyoko Ohno Tokyo Institute of Technology
76 Anton Lindegren Tokyo Tech
77 Kobayashi Junko UD Trucks
78 Ylva Schele UD Trucks
79 Stella Ye UD Trucks
80 Jakob Dalenback University of Tokyo
81 Tove Mannheimer University of Tokyo
82 Isabelle Enlund Åström Uppsala University
83 Masako Jarbratt YCN
84 Yasuko Ohashi YCN
85 Aki Hatae YCN
86 Yoko Hasumi YCN/ Sweden almumni network Japan
87 Emma Cabrera Zebra Insights
88 加藤 春一 kato 一般社団法人 縄文道研究所
89 Wille Hegestad (株)シナガワ


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