Have you ever wondered what it takes to bring continuous innovation to your business and have a positive impact on society?
Get inspired by Yoshito Hori, founder of Japan’s largest business school and venture capital firm, prominent business leader, and regular speaker at the World Economic Forum. At our exclusive seminar on November 15 at the Hilton Brussels, president Yoshito Hori will share his insights on Transforming Global Leaders in the Technovate Era.
Do not miss this unique opportunity to hear directly from a leading entrepreneur, learn more about the latest developments in business education, and interact with other participants during the networking portion of our event!
GLOBIS has solidified its position as Japan’s top business education provider for individuals and organizations for 30 years,establishing a new branch in Brussels in July, 2022. The expansion marks an important step toward bringing the expertise of Japan’s largest MBA to the global stage, where future business leaders will need diverse knowledge to harness the power of technology to innovate in a new era of globalization, as well as deepen their understanding of human values and long-term commitments.
GLOBIS Europe continues the GLOBIS mission to support ecosystems of people, capital, and knowledge for a positive impact on the future of business and local societies.
Register early to secure your spot as seats are limited!
|Tuesday, November 15, 2022
|18:30 - 22:00 (Brussels, CET)
|Hilton Brussels Grand Place, Carr de l'Europe 3, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
|Free of charge
|Reception and refreshments
|Seminar & Q&A with Mr. Yoshito Hori, president and founder of GLOBIS Corp.
|Networking with food and drinks sponsored by GLOBIS
Founder and President, GLOBIS Corporation & GLOBIS University
Founder and Managing Partner, GLOBIS Capital Partners
Mr. Hori is the president and founder of GLOBIS University, Japan’s No. 1 MBA. He is also the founder and managing partner of GLOBIS Capital Partners, one of Japan’s leading venture capital firms.
Committed to sparking positive change in society, he founded the G1 Summit, a Japanese version of the World Economic Forum; launched the KIBOW Foundation to support rebuilding after the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami; and acquired once-bankrupted Ibaraki Robots, a basketball team in his hometown of Mito.
He is an avid swimmer and enjoys spending time with his family, especially his five sons.