Tue, Jun 08|
tetra-lab. Vol. 5 Career and Business Portfolio
tetra-lab. 〜Webinar: Inspiration to Ad Professionals〜 vol. 5 "Career and Business Portfolio: Rethinking Now Under COVID-19" Date and Time: June 8, 2021 from 9pm-10pm JST (Available from Zoom)
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Jun 08, 2021, 9:00 PM – 10:00 PM GMT+9
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tetra-lab. 〜Webinar: Inspiration to Ad Professionals〜 vol. 5
"Career and Business Portfolio: Rethinking Now Under COVID-19"
Date and Time: June 8, 2021 from 9pm-10pm JST / 1pm-2pm GMT / 8am-9am EST (Available from Zoom)
*Japanese to English simultaneous interpretation will be provided.
Tetra Tokyo G.K. wants to "co-create" rather than "compete" with the companies and professionals involved in advertising. Aiming to get some inspiration to everyone and make the advertising industry even more interesting, we have started holding webinars this year once a month.
Our invited guest speaker this time will be Mr. Yunoki, who has changed careers after working as a bureaucrat for the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and currently has many job titles.
Mr. Yuki is playing active roles in private, voluntary, and education sectors, to name a few. It's no surprise COVID-19 is having a big impact on his guesthouse business, especially due to the lack of inbound tourists. We can't wait to hear what kind of stories he has to tell.
About Mr. Michio Yunoki
- Representative Director of Little Japan Co., Ltd.
- Chairman of NPO Social Artist Village
- Co-Representative of Localist Tokyo
- Specially-Appointed Associate Professor of Chuo University
Former Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries employee
Born in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture
Kyoto University (Bachelor's degree) and Kyoto University Graduate School (Master's degree)
<Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries>
He has lived in Brazil for three years and France for one year and has visited more than 40 countries. After spending so much time abroad, he started to have a passion to work for Japan and joined the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in 2008. He was involved in international negotiations, accounting, finance, agricultural land, public-private funds, agricultural diversification, biomass, etc.
<NPO Social Artist Village>
He recognized the importance of grassroots activities, triggered by the Great East Japan Earthquake. He launched NPO Social Artist Village. He's works on solving the vacant housing problem and supporting various NPOs.
<Little Japan Co., Ltd.>
Entrepreneurship in a regional revitalization mission creating businesses that utilize local resources.
- Guesthouse "Little Japan" that connects the local region and the world.
- "Hostel Life" where you can stay at hostels nationwide with a hostel pass starting from JPY 1,500 a month.
- Presided over the "Guesthouse Summit," a gathering of guesthouses nationwide.
- Chairperson of "Share-Machi (Share Town)" platform to share the town online and offline.
...and other consulting and tour planning
Chuo University has signed an agreement with Hinohara Village in Tokyo and Kosuge Village and Tabayama Village in Yamanashi Prefecture, and from April 2019, students spend two years creating a business that makes the best use of local resources. He has been appointed as the person in charge of the course.
<Organizational fluidization to achieve pure goals>
"I have experience in the public, social, and business sectors, and that is why I understand and value what each person in each position can do. On the other hand, I think that there is a reality that the purpose is not achieved because of the gap between organizations and the inability to move flexibly. I, as a self and as a society, aim to effectively achieve my goals regardless of the organization. I implemented efforts to connect sectors, such as presiding over the "Meeting for Updating the Careers of Civil Servants."
About Tetra Tokyo Webinar "tetra-lab." for ad industry professionals
For Tetra Tokyo G.K., who is committed to keeping its team size to a minimum and providing maximum results, every encounter is a most valuable asset. We think that it is our duty to share useful information with people in the advertising industry, whether we've met before or they are new to us. This series of webinars begins in 2021. Japanese to English simultaneous interpretation is provided.