19:00 - 21:00 with Yoshito Hori, GLOBIS President Register Now Details
Hear from the president of Japan's No. 1 business school about the future of the MBA and business education.
Yoshito Hori built GLOBIS University from scratch into Japan's No. 1 MBA, and founded one of Japan’s leading venture capital firms in GLOBIS Capital Partners. Hear from Mr. Hori, a regular World Economic Forum panelist, as he shares his experiences and his visions of how business education will evolve in the digital era at this free seminar at the GLOBIS Tokyo Campus.
Mr. Hori will be sharing his insights on:
- The current state and future of business education
- Why you need to innovate constantly in a traditional field
- How GLOBIS is transforming the MBA for the digital era
This seminar is free to join and a must for anyone interested in entrepreneurship, technology, or business education. Don't miss this chance to exchange views with one of Japan's business leaders speak firsthand.
※ This is a hybrid event (on-campus/online) where the audience can choose the format they wish to join. This page is for those who wish to join in person at our Tokyo Campus. For those wish to join the event online, please click here. ※
DateMonday, March 2, 2020
WhereGLOBIS Tokyo Campus/Online
Registration FeeFree of charge
19:05President's seminar and dialogue
19:45Q&A with audience members
President and founder of GLOBIS MBA, Harvard Business School
BS in Engineering, Kyoto University Mr. Yoshito Hori established GLOBIS Management School in 1992 and GLOBIS Capital Partners in 1996. In 2003, GLOBIS started its original MBA program which, in 2006, received accreditation from the Japanese Ministry of Education and gained “university” status. GLOBIS started a Part-time MBA program in English in 2009 and a Full-time MBA program in English in 2012. See full profile
5-1 Nibancho, Chiyoda-ku,
In order to reduce the risk posed by COVID-19 (coronavirus), we request registrants who have visited China (including in Macau and Hong Kong) , South Korea and Iran within two weeks from the scheduled date of the seminar and/or have the symptoms of cold or fever of more than 37.5℃ for 4 consecutive days (2 days in case of chronic condition) to refrain from attending the seminar. Since this is a hybrid (on-campus/online) event, registrants can also join online in case they feel unwell to attend in person. Please click here to register for the online session.