Atlanta, GA– Atlanta, GA – On September 6, 2018, officials from the U.S. State Department and Japan’s Consulate-General’s office in Atlanta, joined university and technical school faculty and Georgia business leaders to discuss the important role the state plays in educating and training workers. The discussion was held during the Investing in Georgia’s Workforce: A U.S.-Japan Dialogue conference at
Atlanta, GA– Today, former military and government officials, policymakers, and business leaders held a lunch discussion at Atlanta’s Commerce Club on the economic investments Japanese companies make in the state of Georgia. The discussion, sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Atlanta, the Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA, and the East-West Center, focused on aspects of
On September 6, Sasakawa USA, the U.S. Department of State, the Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta, and the Georgia Institute of Technology will co-host a luncheon panel discussion to explore how Japanese and U.S. firms, state and local authorities, and educational institutions can work together to train and develop Georgia’s workforce.
Government, Business, and Academic Leaders discuss role Japanese companies play in Georgia’s economy at Atlanta conference
September 5, Sasakawa USA, partnering with the World Affairs Council of Atlanta and the East-West Center in Washington, will host a luncheon at The Commerce Club in Atlanta. Former senior government and military leaders, academics, and representatives from a leading Japanese business will discuss the importance of the U.S.-Japan relationship for our country.
Sasakawa USA invites journalists to attend the launch of Japan’s Energy Conundrum, a new book detailing the evolution of Japan’s energy policy and practices since the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. This discussion on nuclear energy, the role of fossil fuels, renewable energy and other topics will provide Japan’s leaders with recommendations as it completes