Please join us on Tuesday, 13 November 2018 for our latest seminar on hot recent automotive industry topics around the world. Baker McKenzie lawyers from Europe, the US and Asia will come together in Tokyo to share their views on business trends and regulatory changes in each country/region relevant to the field called “next-generation mobility,” which encompasses self-driving cars, ridesharing, electric cars, connected cars and more. We believe these topics are highly relevant to many Japanese businesses.

We will also be inviting as a guest speaker Mr. Sanshiro Fukao, an analyst at Hamagin Research Institute, Ltd. and author of “Mobility 2.0: The future ‘smartphonization’ of automobiles” with deep knowledge of overseas industry trends. Mr. Fukao will discuss changes in the three extremely significant trends behind the transformation of the automotive industry ― generation, time and society― to explore the mechanisms of a paradigm shift driven by an entirely new mindset.

For the detailed agenda of this seminar, please click here.

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Deadline: Thursday, 8 November 2018

Space is limited, so please kindly RSVP at your earliest convenience to make sure you reserve your seat. If capacity is reached, attendance will be decided by lot.

If you experience any problems with the online registration system, please send your contact information, including your name, company name, title, address and telephone number by e-mail.

Please also e-mail us with any further questions you may have about the conference.

We are sure that you will find the Global Automotive Seminar enjoyable and worthwhile. We look forward to seeing you there.

Event Details

Date Tuesday, 13 November 2018
Time Seminar 1:30pm ~ 6:00pm (registration opens at 1:00pm)
Networking Cocktail 6:00pm ~ 7:00pm
Venue Hotel Okura Tokyo
Orchard Room, 2F
2-10-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0001
Fee Complimentary
Language English and Japanese
Contact Tel 03-6271-9900 (Yuko Mishima)






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