Associate Professor, Musashino Gakuin University and Graduate School, Faculty of International Communication Adjunct Professor, Showa Women's University, Department of English Communication
2016 International Symposium on Business and Management
Tuesday, December 6 to Thursday, 8, 2016
Abstract Submission Extention Deadline: September 12, 2016
Registration Deadline for Presenter: September 30, 2016
Join HEF conference to renew old acquaintances, network and create new relationships, and learn the latest findings.
Dear Friends and colleagues, we are pleased to share with you that the International Symposium on Business and Management (SBM) will be held from Tuesday, December 6 to Thursday, December 8, 2016 in Tokyo, Japan by Higher Education Forum (HEF). We offer a great opportunity for professors, researchers and scholars around the globe to deliver the latest innovative research result and the most recent development and trends in business and management field. HEF sincerely invites leading experts, researchers, and professors as well as teachers and postgraduate students working in related fields of study from across the world.
Welcome Message form Local Host
It is my sincere pleasure to welcome all participants to the International Higher Education Forum Tokyo Joint Conference. As the local host and a keynote speaker for the conference, I am excited to help facilitate an atmosphere in which robust discussions on various topics can flourish. One of the hallmarks of the conference is its ability to bring together academics and researchers from a variety of disciplines where each of our unique perspectives can provide new insights. What new light might an economist shed on your research? Can a sociologist help you draw a new conclusion from your data set? What can other participants suggest for your future research directions? It is our goal to create a collaborative environment throughout the conference.
As the setting for International Higher Education Forum Tokyo Joint Conference, Tokyo, Japan is an ideal choice as one of the most exciting, vibrant and ever-developing cities in Asia. In preparation for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Tokyo is already seeing many transformations across the huge metropolis, which is home to an estimated 36 million people, or 25% of Japan’s population. We hope you’ll have time to explore some of the fascinating neighborhoods of Tokyo: the high street of Omotesando with its brand shops and pricey cafes; Harajuku with its eclectic mix of fashion and young crowds (try a crepe from one of the many street stalls there!); Shibuya with one of the world’s busiest pedestrian intersections; Yoyogi Park or Shinjuku Gyoen for a relaxing break from the hustle and bustle of the sprawling metropolis. No matter what you do, Tokyo will certainly offer you an unforgettable experience.
Finally, I look forward to meeting you all in Tokyo and hope that together, we can make the International Higher Education Forum Tokyo Joint Conference a successful, fruitful experience for everyone.
Jeffrey Trambley, local host and keynote speaker
Associate Professor, Faculty of International Communication, Musashino Gakuin University