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Webinar Tourism industry : Managing the crisis today, preparing tomorrow

Langue : English

Tarif :
JPY 2,000 for members of the French Chamber
JPY 4,000 for non-members
*Number of participants is limited.
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 Hospitality committee webinar.

The tourism industry has been one of the most heavily hit industries due to Covid-19. The pandemic has made a colossal negative impact Japan’s most dynamic sector, breaking its previous 9-year annual exponential growth.

In March alone, the industry is down some 90% bookings for hotels, 60% for airline sales, 79% for land transportation to name but a few sectors. The Olympic Games’ rescheduling to 2021 will also likely weaken hospitality players who had bet on this event to maxmimse their revenues at record levels.

But the coronavirus will not break Japan’s fundamental strengths, and we should not let this current global crisis act as a reason to prevent us from creating opportunity or addressing its future challenges.

Join Thierry Maincent, head of the CCI’s “Hospitality Committee” and CEO of Japan Experience, & Régis Arnaud for an update on Japan’s hospitality situation. Our webinar will combine on-the-ground experiences collected from key players with the most recent data analysis and hopeful perspectives for a path forward after the pandemic has passed.


This webinar will be held online.

You will receive an access link and login information the day before the event.

Account creation is not necessary to join this webinar.



Thierry Maincent, CEO of Japan Experience


Régis Arnaud, Le Figaro, France Japon Eco

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