I am a founder of KWBS Marketing and Trading Co., Ltd., a business growth consulting company, providing a range of practical services to help companies grow globally. For 23 years until May 2011, I worked for the UK government agency One North East. I graduated in marketing from the University of San Francisco in 1984. Given the increasing number of businesses with a Canadian connection in recent years, I decided to become a member of the CCCJ. My favourite memory of Canada is when I went back, including to Niagara Falls, to celebrate my 30th wedding anniversary.
I was born in France, lived and worked in Australia, and have lived in Japan for almost 10 years now. I am currently in charge of business development and marketing strategy at RealCRO, a performance-oriented branding and creative marketing agency based in Tokyo. I decided to join the CCCJ network because we work with an amazing client from Canada and I believe that we can create reciprocal opportunities with CCCJ members.
I am a global IT professional at NTT who grew up in Saskatoon. I attended the University of Saskatchewan before escaping the cold winters to work in New York and now Tokyo. At NTT, I support our clients in adapting the latest technologies to help them transform their businesses. Recently, Canada has become very strong in technology and innovation, and I hope to learn more about these capabilities and help share technologies between Canada and Japan. I am very excited about joining the CCCJ and I look forward to getting to know everyone.
Hi everyone, I’m a Canadian working in Tokyo as president of Reckitt Benckiser Japan, a multinational consumer goods company with global brands such as Lysol, Muse, Veet, Finish, and Mediqtto. I have lived in multiple countries but it is in Tokyo that I found this wonderful chamber, which I believe is one of the oldest in the Indo-Pacific. I hope to contribute to the CCCJ by enhancing Japan–Canada commerce and further strengthening ties between the peoples of Japan and Canada through CCCJ endeavours, events and outreach.
Salut Canadiennes, Canadiens et amis du Canada! Hello fellow Canadians and friends of Canada! It is an honour to be part of the CCCJ. Four years ago, I started consulting for a well-known Japanese company listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. From Montréal, we succeeded in developing strategic partnerships in Europe as well as Latin and North America. Currently, I believe the Canadian approach to energy can lead to a mutually rewarding partnership with Japan.
Originally from Tokyo, I came back to my hometown after five years of enjoying the beautiful nature in Victoria, Calgary and Vancouver, and committing myself to studies at the University of Victoria. I now work for a sustainability consulting firm in Tokyo. I am excited about joining the CCCJ and I look forward to meeting inspiring members and expanding my connections amongst the Canadian community in Japan.