Brought together by the ambition to achieve a better world through marketing, 11 distinguished speakers will meet to discuss marketing in relation to society and business. Building on the success of the previous five summits, the World Marketing Summit will be held again this year in Tokyo.
World Marketing Summit Tokyo 2019
〜 Value Creation Through Innovation 〜
|Date||October 9, 2019|
|Place||Balle Salle Shiodome
B1F Shiodome – Hamarikyu Building, 8-21-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan (5 minute walk from Toei Ooedo Line -Shiodome station)
|Capacity||800 seats (Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Please book quickly.)|
|Registration Fee||JPY 30,000 plus tax|
World Marketing Summit was founded in 2011 by Professor Philip Kotler: the Father of Modern Marketing. As one of the most prestigious platforms for marketing professionals, World Marketing Summit aims at initiating global movements through marketing strategies that change human behavior leading to a positive impact on society for future generations. In our new world of innovation and disruption without precedents, 'What is the New Role of Marketing?'
6 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULDN’T MISS WORLD MARKETING SUMMIT TOKYO:
1.Discover techniques on how to increase your market share and achieve better bottom-line results
Simultaneous interpretation (Japanese <-> English ) is provided.
Opening by Sadayoshi Fujishige, President, Japan Marketing Association and Executive Advisor, Lion Corporation
"What's next? The future of Business and Marketing"
Shigetaka Komori, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Fujifilm Holding Corporation
Kohzoh Takaoka, Kohzoh Takaoka, Representative Director, President and CEO, Nestle Japan
Discussion by Philip Kotler and Kohzoh Takaoka
Dominique Hanssens, Distinguished Research Professor of Marketing, UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management
Discussion by Dominique Hanssens, Miki Kanoh, Executive officer, Group Head of Corporate Affairs Group, Nestle Japan, Sadia Kibria, CEO, World Marketing Summit Group
David A. Aaker, Vice Chairman at Prophet
Tomoko Kawakami, Professor, Waseda Business School
Discussion by Philip Kotler, David A. Aaker, Tomoko Kawakami
* Program and speakers are subject to change.
* Some presentations by Japanese speakers will be in Japanese. Simultaneous English translation will be available.