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Social entrepreneurship: A conversation with Peje Emilsson, founder of Kreab

15 October 2018 08:00 - 09:30

 

Embassy of Sweden



Social entrepreneurship: A conversation with Peje Emilsson, founder of Kreab

A joint SNS Tokyo and SCCJ breakfast meeting at the Embassy of Sweden 


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 Peje Emilsson, Executive Chairman and Founder of Kreab Worldwide, has more than 45 years of experience in strategic communications counsel. A well-known entrepreneur in his native Sweden, Peje is also Executive Chairman of Sweden’s leading independent school operator, Kunskapsskolan Education Sweden AB; Chairman of the Swedish market and opinion research consultancy Demoskop; and Founder, Chairman and CEO of Magnora AB. In 2009, Peje received the SABRE Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Public Relations, as well as the Social Capitalist Award for founding Kunskapsskolan and initiating Silver Life, a public/private partnership providing care for the elderly. In 2007, he was awarded His Majesty the King of Sweden’s Medal of the Twelfth Dimension in Blue Ribbon for achievements as a business leader and entrepreneur. Peje is a former politician and was a Member of the Stockholm County Council from 1970 to 1973. He was Chef de Cabinet of the Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) from 1973 to 1981. He was also the chairman of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce from 2010 to 2014.

Date:              Monday October 15th, 08:00am - 09:30am

Place:             Embassy of Sweden, Club Room (Apartment entrance), 1-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Cost:              1,000 JPY (light breakfast with coffee/tea/juice included)
                       
Registration:  Click the "Sign-up" tab above or send us email on office@sccj.org

The presentation and discussion will be conducted in English.

A joint event hosted by: SNS Tokyo (SNS – Centre for Business and Policy Studies) and SCCJ (Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan) 

 

 

 

 

Embassy of Sweden

1-10-3-100 Roppongi, Minato-ku Tokyo
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Attendees

No Name Organization
1 Christian Thoren ASA Digital
2 Anton Lindegren Chalmers University of Technology (Master Student)
3 Ivar JOHANSSON Correns Corporation
4 Thomas R. Shockley DocuMonde Inc.
5 Victoria Forslund Bellass Embassy of Sweden
6 Ben Watanabe Everyst
7 Pontus Häggström FCA Japan Ltd.
8 Frida Willén Frida Willén Communication Consulting
9 Jakob Edberg GR Japan K.K.
10 Nils Hornmark Honorary Member
11 Noriko Hornmark
12 Carl-Gustav Eklund Höganäs
13 Mikio Hanawa individual(contingent worker)
14 Joe Peters iSearch Worldwide K.K.
15 Charlotte Erkhammar Kreab
16 Masami Doi Kreab
17 Sumio Ohtsuji Kreab
18 Anders Lenart Kreab
19 Gustav Strandell Maihama Club
20 Styrbjörn Strandell Maihama Club
21 Matthew Pain Non-Member
22 James Yellowlees Pacifica G.K.
23 Lars Liljesson Randstad
24 Lars T Andersson Red Eye
25 Nigel Asai Renewable energy Partners
26 Jonathan Quioco Robert Walters Japan K.K.
27 Jakob Dalenbäck Student at The University of Tokyo
28 Prasanna Parthasarathy Tata Consultancy
29 Mariko Kiyota Tokyo American Club
30 Sonny Söderberg Tomra Japan Ltd.
31 Mattias Hallberg Wahl and Case

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