Find out why our main "Advantage" is in our people:
Paul Consalvi (American, 22 Years in Japan)
"Creativity Through High Inquiry & High Advocacy"
MA (International University of Japan),
BA Economics (University of Chicago)
Mitsubishi Oil (Overseas Projects)
ING Bank, Senior Manager (Project-Trade and Commodity Finance),
Entrepreneur & Founder of Next Unit
Academic Writing and Critical Thinking for JETRO`s Delivered Training Programs for Bloomberg, Pfizer, Mizuho, Mitsui, Mitsubishi, Itochu, Calpis, Nikkei, Sony, Tokyo University
Japanese Ability: Business
Encouraging individuals and
organizations to be more creative: empowering individuals and
organizations to make better decisions: taking my clients to a higher level of
inquisitiveness and a higher level of confidence to advocate change.
Albrecht Stahmer (American, 10 Years in Japan)
Education: BA Telecommunications (University of Kentucky)
Business Experience: General Electric (IT Department), AT&T Wireless (Vertical Market Manager), XO Communications (Vertical Market Manager), Pacific Echo (Co-Founder & Direct of Operations)
Training Highlights: Delivered Pre-Departure training for Astellas, Dentsu and Sumitomo Corporation. Delivered Business & Management Skills Training for Amazon, Applied Materials, Cisco, Citibank, Coca-Cola, Ernst & Young, Goldman Sachs, Hitachi, Intel, KPMG, Microsoft, Merrill Lynch, Nissan, Sony, Toshiba and many others.
Japanese Ability: Conversational
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Gordon Jolley (Canadian, 28 Years in Japan)
Technical College, Victoria: 4-year internship, Heavy Construction; College Canadien Des Travailleurs, Montreal: Labour-Management
Institute for Intercultural Communications, Portland: Cross-Cultural Communication
Business Experience: Executive Development International
(Principal, Changineer for 23
Training Highlights: Global Business Management Executive Coach for IBM, HP, Sun Micro, SGI and others.
Designed, Developed and Delivered Training Programs for many prestigious
companies including Toyota, Mitsui Bussan, Canon, NHK, Sharp, ANA, NTT DoCoMo.
International Management Skills Assessment Program at Stanford University; Lecturer, Aoyama Gakuin University, Graduate
School, Faculty of International Politics, Economics and Business: