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Women in Business Committee: Power of Parity: a Japan perspective

♦ Offline seminar fee (including conference and cocktail)
≫ JPY 4 000 for members of the French Chamber
(to be paid in cash at the door or online via PayPal)
≫ JPY 8 000 for non-members
(to be paid online via PayPal only)
♦ Online webinar fee
(to be paid online via PayPal only)
≫ JPY 2 000 for members of the French Chamber
≫ JPY 4 000 for non-members
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.

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The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan invites you to its next Women in Business Committee event on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.


The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan invites you to its next Women in Business Committee event on Tuesday, July 21, 2020. Come and meet Naomi Yamakawa and Maya Horii, both Partner, McKinsey & Company’s Tokyo at L'Espace@CCIFJ and in webinar.


Introduction to the webinar:

Advancing women’s equality in Japan could add $325 billlion USD to their collective annual GDP by 2025, a 6 percent increase over the business-as-usual trajectory. Already a powerful engine of global growth, pursuing the goal of gender parity can lift many more women out of poverty and unleash the economic potential of many others.

This event is kindly sponsored by Bel Japon.



18:00 : Doors open

18:30 : Presentation starts

19:30 ~ 20:30 : Networking cocktail (face-to-face only)

Naomi Yamakawa

Partner, McKinsey & Company’s Tokyo

Naomi is McKinsey’s leader of consumer insights for Asia-Pacific, supporting clients on consumer driven growth. She has lead McKinsey’s COVID-19 related insights efforts for Asia-Pacific, as well as a recent initiative on GenZ.

She has extensive experience in retail and consumer goods, with focus on branding / segmentation / insights driven product and service development.

Co-leads McKinsey’s diversity & inclusion for Japan; leader of gender parity initiative(« All In ») , and is also the Japan leader for LGBT+ Allyship.

Maya Horii

Partner, McKinsey & Company’s Tokyo

Maya is McKinsey’s leader of Organization Practice and Public Sector in Japan. She works with public and private sectorinstitutions on talent management, organizational transformation, and capability building.

Prior to coming back to Japan in 2018, she worked in the McKinsey US Offices for more than 12 years. 

Co-leads McKinsey’s diversity & inclusion effort in particular the All In (gender parity) initiative.

Event kindly sponsored by Bel Japon

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