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[Reconstruction Agency “Industrial Reconstruction Case Collection” Administration Secretariat] A seminar for business operators organized by the Reconstruction Agency on the theme of “Industrial Reconstruction and SDGs” will be held at Big Palette Fu

Reconstruction Agency “Industrial Reconstruction Casebook” Administration Secretariat A seminar for business operators organized by the Reconstruction Agency on the theme of “Industrial Recovery and SDGs” will be held on Saturday, October 12 at Big Palette Fukushima (Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture)! Mr. Eriko Nitta (General SDGs Civil Society Network / Secretary General) will be on the keynote talk / coordination, and Fukushima businesses that are already working on SDGs will also be on stage …………………………………………………………………………………………… The Reconstruction Agency uses the “Industrial Recovery Case Collection” created by the “Preliminary Case Collection Project in Disaster Areas” to conduct seminars on Fukushima Prefecture to learn about the advanced efforts of companies in the disaster area from recovery to sustainable development. Free admission will be held at Kooriyama Sangyo Expo 2019, which will be held from Saturday, October 12 in Koriyama City. The theme is “SDGs Future City” selected by Koriyama City this year. The theme of this casebook is SDGs, which was taken up as a goal of corporate development from last year. What are the SDGs? We will inform the participants about the significance and methods of incorporating the SDGs. The Reconstruction Agency has been successful in industrial reconstruction in the three affected prefectures of Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima. We create and distribute “industrial recovery casebooks” that share examples of companies, etc., both inside and outside the disaster area. In this business in the retirement year, Using the “Industrial Reconstruction Case Collection” created by the Reconstruction Agency last year’s “Past Case Collection Project in Disaster Areas” A seminar to learn from the advanced efforts of companies in disaster-stricken areas from recovery to sustainable development Free admission will be held from Saturday, October 12th at “Kooriyama Sangyo Expo 2019” to be held in Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture. The theme is related to the SDGs Future City, which Koriyama City was selected this year. The theme of this casebook is the SDGs that have been taken up as the goal of corporate development since last year. At the seminar, the keynote speech was given by Mr. Eriko Nitta, Secretary General, from the “General SDGs Civil Society Network”. What was the SDGs, and the significance and methods of incorporating SDGs into corporate goals? I will tell you. In addition, the three companies that were working on the SDGs in Fukushima Prefecture that were published in the “Industrial Recovery Casebook” last year, Please tell us about the situation from recovery to development and examples of initiatives. If you are interested in the SDGs, we would like to take this opportunity to attend the seminar and consider the SDGs. If you are interested in participating in the seminar, please state “Company / Organization Name, Name of Applicant, Number of Participants” You can apply for participation by contacting Human Media Co., Ltd., the contact person in charge of this matter. ~~~~ Outline of Seminar organized by Kooriyama Sangyo Expo and Reconstruction Agency ~~~~
■ Theme: “Industrial Reconstruction and SDGs-Today SDGs Start Here. Examples of Initiatives from Reconstruction to Development for 2030”
■ Date and time: Saturday, October 12, 13: 00-14: 30 (open / reception 12: 30-)
■ Venue: Big Palette Fukushima 3rd floor middle meeting room (capacity 200 people)
■ Access: ・ When using a train from Koriyama Station to the nearest station: From Koriyama Station to Azumi Nagamori Station Tohoku Main Line / Mizugun Line Approx. 6 minutes About 5 minutes by car from Azumi Nagamori Station to Big Palette Fukushima, 20 minutes on foot ・ When using the Big Pallet Bus from Koriyama Station: Get on at JR Koriyama Station West Exit “Platform 1”, get off at the bus stop “Big Palette” About 15 minutes ※ (Sakaemachi) Please get on other than Shibamiya housing complex. Everything else goes through the hotel.
■ Speaker information:
● Keynote talk coordination Mr. Eriko Nitta, Director General of SDGs Civil Society Network
● Announcement of companies published in “Industry Reconstruction Case Studies” last year Long-term care health facility Yoshiland Daishichi Brewery Co., Ltd. Iwaki Fungus Shiitake Association
■ Information materials prtimes.jp/a/?f=d49519-20191001-1180.pdf [Seminar application window] Human Media Co., Ltd. Charge Yamamoto mail: info@humanmedia.co.jp * When applying, be sure to include the “Company / Organization Name, Name of Applicant, Number of Participants” in the email text. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you have any questions, such as application for participation, We would appreciate if you could contact Human Media Co., Ltd. below. We look forward to your participation in the seminar. Kei Writers Club Co., Ltd. ISE Building, 1-16 Sumiyoshicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0065 Charge Asahi TEL: 03-3226-6361 Human Media Co., Ltd. (Case Collection / Investigation / Event) Crescent Plaza 201, 2-4-6 Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 Charge Onouchi / Yamamoto TEL03-3475-5377 FAX 03-3404-1542 Email onouchi@humanmedia.co.jp yamamoto@humanmedia.co.jp Reconstruction Agency, Corporate Collaboration Promotion Office TEL 03-6328-0267 Central Joint Government Building No.4, 3-1-1 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0033 ————————————————– ———————————–

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