Joint Chambers Networking Event organized by CLIC: Moomin Monogatari
Time & Location
About The Event
CLIC is a loose organization of 11 smaller European Chambers of Commerce in Japan created for the purpose of
organizing innovative networking events to enable trading of ideas between the members of the participating chambers.
CLIC consists of the Austrian Business Council, Belgian-Luxembourg, Danish, Dutch, Greek, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish and Swiss Chambers.
Tuesday 29th of October - Joint Chambers Networking Event organized by CLIC
Moomin Monogatari – Piece of Finland in Japan
Moomin Monogatari is the theme park operating company behind Moomin Valley Park located in Hanno, Saitama Prefecture, Opened in March 2019. Together with the neighboring Metsa Village opened in November 2018 these two parks offer a window to Nordic lifestyle and more deeply into the life Moomin Valley Characters ever so popular in Japan.
At the 8th CLIC Event Mr. Robert Hirst, Chairmanof MoominMonogatari Ltd.,(Moomin Valley Park) will reveal the secrets behind popularity of Moomin characters in Japan and what made him the spokesperson for the Moomin.
Date & Time Tuesday 29th of October, 19:00 - 21:00 (registration opens at 18:30)
Venue: Embassy of Sweden, 1-10-3-100, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Cost: Members 5,000 yen, others 7,000 yen, incl. buffet & drinks(wine, beer, soft drinks)
Registrations: by Friday 25th of October
Please register on DCCJ homepage no later than Friday, 25th of October.
Note that cancellations after 11 April and no-shows will be fully charged.
About Robert Hirst
Born in the UK, Robert Hirst graduated from Cambridge University and later went on to do an MBA at University of Pennsylvania. His main career has been in investment banking and the companies he has worked for include such as World Bank, Citicorp and AIG. Having spent decades in Asia and in Japan, he works currently as the chairman for Moomin Monogatari.
*Cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be invoiced in full.*
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