Tokyo, September 13, 2019 – The Japan Times, Ltd. (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. Representative: Takeharu Tsutsumi) will participate as a media partner at the G1 Global Conference 2019, to be held on Sept. 16, 2019, in Tokyo.
Launched in 2011, the G1 Global Conference addresses global and regional challenges through discussions conducted in English. The G1 Global provides a unique opportunity for global leaders to interact, share visions for the future, and develop ideas into concrete actions.
This year’s theme is “Sustainable Innovation in Times of Disruption.” Social fractures that emerged with Brexit and US President Trump are deepening and expanding globally, with populism being one of many factors disrupting the post-WWII international order. Meanwhile, Industry 4.0 technologies such as AI, Big Data, and IoT are transforming politics, business, and society.
At the 9th G1 Global Conference, we will discuss these disruptions in politics, business, and technology, and society by bringing together the wisdom from various sectors and regions from around the globe.
G1 Global Conference 2019
Details of the 9th G1 Global Conference
Date: Monday, September 16th, 2019, 9:00-18:00
Venue: GLOBIS University (Sumitomo Fudosan Bldg., 5-1 Nibancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
Organizer: G1 Institute
Japan Times will participate in this conference as the leading English-language media in Japan, and will provide information on Japan Times distribution and services for global leaders at the venue.
◆ About G1
Chaired by GLOBIS President Yoshito Hori, G1 is a forum for the leaders of the next generation to gather, discuss, and paint a vision for the rebirth of Japan in a turbulent world. The name is derived from aspirations that the globe will become as one, that we can become No. 1 if we have a global mindset, and that our generation will unite as one.
G1 believes that Japan and the world needs leadership that is backed by wisdom, well-rounded knowledge, ambition, and a network of close associates.
The purpose of G1 is to gather leaders and create a network. At every G1 gathering, those who are active at the forefront of politics, economy, business, science, technology, and culture gather to discuss contemporary issues, acquire knowledge in a variety of fields, make good friends, and help each other grow as leaders.
◆ About The Japan Times:
As the nation’s oldest English-language newspaper, with a history dating to 1897, The Japan Times is committed to providing news and analysis of the current state of events in Japan and the world through its reporting of the news about politics, business, culture, society, and sports.
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