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Osaka Forum 2019] Educational Activities by Companies Create the Future of the Community - The Secret to Involving the Entire Company / Saturday, May 18, 2019, 10:00am @ Osaka Nanko

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Corporate Educational Activities Create the Future of the Community - The Secret to Involving the Entire Company

Riverness will sponsor the event.Hyper Interdisciplinary Conference in Osaka Forum 2019(Saturday, May 18, 2019), a panel discussion entitled "Educational Activities by Companies Create the Future of the Community - The Secret to Involving the Entire Company" (session partner: Oriental Motor Co.

Society for Hyperdisciplinarity Osaka Forum 2019 WEB:https://hic.lne.st/conference/osaka2019/

Without business, a region will decline - and without business, a region will decline. The act of doing business by local companies undeniably contributes to the creation of the future of the region and the world. However, it is not enough to "continue" creating. It is necessary to gather future colleagues by oneself. Whether or not we are able to gather people depends on whether there is something exciting about it and whether or not the people in it are excited. How many people can boast about their work to their children? How many of you have a vision of the world you want to achieve through your work? In this session, we will discuss the significance of standing in front of children and how we can put this into practice, together with companies that are engaged in activities to communicate their business in front of local children.


We have prepared a program of discussions among researchers, venture companies, and large corporations from various perspectives, not limited to the themes of this session. We are currently accepting applications for audience participation. Please visit the conference website (see below).



Corporate Educational Activities Create the Future of the Community - The Secret to Involving the Entire Company
Session Partner Oriental Motor Co.

Date and Time: Saturday, May 18, 2019, 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Venue: ATC Hall O's South 6F Conference Room (2-1-10 Nanko-Kita, Suminoe-ku, Osaka 559-0034, Japan)
Closest Station: New Tram, Trade Center-mae Station


Manager, General Affairs Section, General Affairs Department, Takamatsu Company, Oriental Motor Co.
Seigou Eguchi

In 2000, he joined Oriental Motor Co., Ltd. and was assigned to the Recruitment and Education Department of the Human Resources Division at the head office. After transferring to the Tsuchiura Plant in 2005, he worked at the Tsukuba Plant, Osaka Branch Office, and Tsuchiura Plant before transferring to the General Affairs Department of the Takamatsu Company in Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture, where he currently works, in 2016. Through his work in the Human Resources and General Affairs Departments of various locations, he has developed an interest in people-related work, especially career development. At Takamatsu Company, while being involved in research groups for new employees and young employees, he was involved in the "Wakuwaku Employee Research Group," a project to develop delivery experimental classes by young employees in FY2017 and FY2018.


Representative Director, Kibata Keiki Seisakusho Co.
Iwao Kohata

Born in Osaka in 1968. After graduating from university, he worked as a sales representative for SMC Corporation, a pneumatic equipment manufacturer, before joining the family business, Kibata Keiki Seisakusho, in 1992. In addition to manufacturing mechanical pressure gauges, which has been his main product for more than 100 years, he established Garage Taisho in 2019 as a base for taking on the challenge of new development through industry-academia collaboration, such as the development of medical equipment and IoT for existing gauges, and is actively involved in projects to revitalize local manufacturing companies. The company is also actively involved in projects to revitalize local manufacturing companies.


Director, Public-Private Partnership Division, Minato Ward, Osaka City
Takashi Kondo

In 2007, he became the first chief in charge of industry at an Osaka City ward office. After working at Nishi-Yodogawa Ward Office and Taisho Ward Office, he started working at Minato Ward Office in April this year. He has been promoting the revitalization of the city through the Nishiyodogawa Ward Industrial Revitalization Study Group and the Taisho-Minato Manufacturing Project Executive Committee, both of which involve collaboration between manufacturing companies and the local government, using public-private partnership methods.




Educational Development Division, LIVERNESS Co.
Aki Seno

He holds a Master of Science from the Graduate School of Functional Biosciences, Osaka University, and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Tokyo. Since joining LIBANES in 2012, he has been a member of the Education Development Division. He has extensive experience in developing programs for research projects involving collaboration between business people and middle and high school students in areas such as engineering and food production, as well as developing experimental classes to communicate cutting-edge science in an easy-to-understand manner. He is involved in activities involving companies, schools, and local governments to convey to children, who will become the next generation of peers, the vision of the company they work for and their own work, which adults tend to lose sight of.



The Society of Hyperdifferential Studies Osaka Forum 2019 Overview

Conference theme: Creating a new axis of medicine, food and housing - Omoroi Future Blueprint from Kansai
Date and time of the event:
Friday, May 17, 19:00 - 21:00 (eve of the festival)
Saturday, May 18, 09:00-18:00 (Forum)
Organized by: Liverness Co.
Location: ATC Hall O's South 6F Conference Room
Participation fee: Free for academics and presenters, 50,000 yen for companies
    *Free of charge for partners and those willing to serve as judges
Convention URL:https://hic.lne.st/conference/osaka2019/


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