Please join us in celebrating Keizai Society’s 25th anniversary at our Shinnenkai on Friday, January 30th at 6:00pm at the Palo Alto Hills Golf and Country Club. Keizai Society Lifetime achievement recipients: Nobuyuki Idei, Yoshi Akiba, Ambassador Michael Armacost, Dr. Koichi (Ko) Nishimura, and Prof. Daniel Okimoto will discuss their forecast of the next 25 years of US-Japan relations
We will be performing our traditional Kagamiwari (sake barrel “breaking”) ceremony. The Consul General of Japan, Mr.
Masato Watanabe is expected to lead this tradition.
The Keizai Society’s theme for this year is “2015: The Power of Innovation to Shape the Future: New Vitality in US-Japan Business.”
Please join the Keizai Society as it presents programs throughout 2015 designed not only to help us keep our finger on the pulse of events but to contribute to those events as well.
Start off 2015 by strengthening your existing business relationships and forging new ones. Bring lots of business cards to exchange, including one to enter the drawing for the exciting door prizes. We look forward to celebrating 2015 with you at our 25th anniversary Shinnenkai.
Due to the anticipated number of attendees, early registration online (www.keizai.org) is highly recommended. We cannot guarantee that there will be room for walk-ins.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2015
|RECEPTION||6:00 P.M. – 6:45 P.M.|
|PROGRAM:||6:45 P.M. – 10 P.M.|
$65: Registration by Jan 26, 2015 (11:00 pm)
$90: Late Registration by January 29 (12:00 pm)
$125: Walk-ins (Subject to room capacity / cash or check only)
Due to the anticipated number of attendees, early registration online (www.keizai.org) is highly recommended. We cannot
guarantee that there will be room for walk-ins.
Food, including sushi and hors d’oeuvres, will be served.