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EU-Japan Fest supports artists and communists in culture and the arts, arranging exchanges between Europe and Japan in this fields. Most of these activities revolve around the European Capital of Culture initiative. Funding is provided through members of the business community and EU member country ambassadors to Japan.
Aug 25, 2011
Duggal Greenhouse | Brooklyn Navy Yard
Oct 03, 2013
Monona Terrace Community & Convention Center
Feb 18, 2016
Oct 18, 2016
May 26, 2017
Jan 18, 2018
May 27, 2018
Cultural centre "Red Corner"
Dec 01, 2018
May 21, 2019
What if we ran our business like Uber?, Powered by PechaKucha
Powered by PechaKucha @ Maritim Hotel Berlin
Leave My Heart in Vancouver
BY SHAWNA OLSTEN
@ VOL 28
ON JUN 13, 2013
"I wanted to take a risk and try something new."
In Leave My Heart in Vancouver from PechaKucha Night Vancouver Vol. 28, After an experimental phase in her youth, Shawna Olsten longed for a marketing spot in the action sports industry. She only had one, tiny stipulation: she had to do so in the city of Vancouver. Here Shawna speaks of her trials, triumphs, but mostly her gratitude to the city that raised her.
iPads and Innovations
BY RYZHKOV OLEKSANDR
@ VOL 9
ON OCT 24, 2013
Oleksandr Ryzhkov, head of the «November» and the project «Vyhodnoj», highlights the fresh and up to date information about events and places in Dnipropetrovsk. In his presentation on PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Start-up Vol. 9 he talked about owners of different cafes or restaurants that face with problems connected with POS terminals, because they are quite expensive and inconvenient. Alexander and his team offer a great solution — POS terminal based on the iPad. Intuitive, user-friendly and with very affordable price, it simplifies the work of the waiters, which saves both their time and the time of visitors.
What IT Companies Can Do Together?
@ VOL 10
ON DEC 14, 2013
Turn knowledge into action!
Ian Chernov, IT project manager, market analyst and researcher, Yalantis, in his presentation from PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Reality Vol.10 invited all to join forces and to establish cooperation and co-working. He highlighted that unique feature how to gain this – the creation and development of IT-CxO community in Dnipropetrovsk.
A Night Out At Night It Up
Anita Ko talks about her orangization's abilities. Having been a part of an event that hosts over 120 000 people each year, Anita shows us what her company, Power Unit Youth Organization, is capable of when it comes to inspiring many generations.
Give Change a Hug
This new globalised and connected world means that not only ideas and people can move around but also business. The same way that a tourist needs to understand foreign cultures, business also needs to adapt. How can a foreign brand be revamped with local tastes?
Jing Jay Xie will show how passion, expertise and a positive approach are needed in the carry-on luggage of a globally-connected entrepreneur.
Going Against the Crisis
BY DESPOINA POLYZOIDOU
@ MSM GOES PECHAKUCHA
ON MAR 17, 2017
Despoina Polyzoidou shows how the economic crisis in Greece has triggered a new era for the primary sector of the country. In order to find ways to cope with economic challenges, her fellow countrymen are not staying idle but rather focus more and more on agriculture, forestry, fishing and mining to create special, top quality, branded products as a way to fight the crisis.
Despoina is concerned about her country and wants to share "views from inside" because she feels that the media sometimes distorts information and only emphasises the negative sides of a situation.
Despite the crisis, she believes, there is always hope and room for positive actions.
Розповідати історії про українських підприємців — це круто.
BY ALLA KOSHLYAK
@ VOL 23
ON JUN 22, 2017
Алла Кошляк. Теле- та радіоведуча, 10 років у журналістиці.
Розповідати історії про українських підприємців — це круто.
Про проект «Бізнес-план», який я з командою знімаю для «Настоящее время» і Hromadske.ua, а також радіошоу «Власники» на aristocrats.fm, завдяки якому він став можливий. Про те, як важливо не забувати про свою ідею, навіть якщо її десять разів відхилили. Про те, як навчаєшся керувати колективом, знаходити компроміси, розбиратися в технічних деталях, яких ніколи не знав. І що найважливіше — про те, скільки навколо крутих людей роблять круті речі. І чому я вважаю таким важливим розповідати про це світу.
Scottish Artist Union
BY GORDON DICKSON
@ VOL 35
ON OCT 25, 2018
The Scottish Artists Union is the ONLY representative voice for visual and applied artists in Scotland. Artists tend to work alone, individually we have little influence or political ‘clout’. Together we can make policy-makers appreciate the needs and importance of artists in the Scottish cultural, social and economic scene. On top of that you get free public liability and professional indemnity insurance, access to our free learning and professional development programme and a range of benefits.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Poster for PKN Warsaw Vol. 10
This Friday (March 23), Warsaw will be celebrating its 10th PechaKucha Night. The event will take place at the Soho Factory, which organizer Dorota Szopowska describes as an "avant-garde space for culture and business." The poster for the event was designed by Bartosz Szymkiewicz from the Super Super graphic design studio.
Process Hacks: Iterating to Excellence
What's the ROI on employee benefits? In this edition of Presentation of the Day, CEO and Founder of Table XI Josh Golden explores the business case for employee perks, and the iterative process of building company value (and culture) over the course of 11 years in business. This presentation was recorded at March's Table Talks, a "Powered by PechaKucha" event series hosted by Table XI in Chicago. View more Table Talks presentations on the Table XI Channel.
Спикер Роман Бабич, SMD Consulting
Роман Бабич, MP, SMD Business consultingМужчина, который может спокойно встать МЕЖДУ. Например, конфликтующими специалистами одной и той же команды. Рассмотреть ситуацию, упростить, развернуть, и сгладить все неровности. Как? Приходите – услышите.
iPads and Innovations
One of the speakers at the last event was Alexander Ryzhkov — head of the «November» and the project «Vyhodnoj», which highlights the fresh and up to date information about events and places in Dnipropetrovsk. He talked about owners of different cafes or restaurants that face with problems connected with POS terminals, because they are quite expensive and inconvenient. Alexander and his team offer a great solution — POS terminal based on the iPad. Intuitive, user-friendly and with very affordable price, it simplifies the work of the waiters, which saves both their time and the time of visitors.
Business as a Force for Good
Is dumping supplies on the under-privileged really the best way to help them? After realizing what a force for good business could be through serving on humanitarian missions to New Orleans and Haiti, Evan Keller decided to start a non-profit (Entrust) which leverages business to fight poverty. He sends experienced businessmen to Honduras and Haiti to teach, mentor, and hold seminars. Their first year was extremely successful. In "Business as a Force for Good" from PKN Orlando Vol. 11, watch to see the amazing things they accomplished.
What IT Companies Can Do Together?
Turn knowledge into action! Ian Chernov, IT project manager, market analyst and researcher, Yalantis, in his presentation from PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Reality Vol.10 invited all to join forces and to establish cooperation and co-working. He highlighted that unique feature how to gain this – the creation and development of IT-CxO community in Dnipropetrovsk.
PechaKucha new year event now a tradition at Maastricht School of Management
Following the success of last year’s PechaKucha event to welcome the New Year at MSM, three groups from the MBA31 class once again bravely accepted the challenge to present their dreams, projects and visions to staff, friends, and MSM’s local partners and stakeholders by using the powerful PechaKucha format. Devised by Klein Dytham Architecture in Tokyo in 2003 as a fast-paced presentation format to showcase new ideas, the PechaKucha concept is simple yet effective: each speaker shows 20 slides, each for 20 seconds. PechaKucha events are now happening in 800 cities across the globe and have grown into valued platforms for inspiration, creativity and networking. On Friday 16 January, four beautiful African business-minded women : Ms. Rebecca Freda Namagga (Uganda), Ms. Amina Mahamudu Serwenda (Tanzania), Ms. Oluwabunmi Folowosele and Ms. Olanike Omobolanle Ojo (both from Nigeria) shared their entrepreneurial ambitions and shared their visions on women empowerment in Africa with great conviction. They were followed by Yosief Iyassu (Eritrea), Emmanuel Balele (Tanzania) and James Bamwete (Uganda) who described the deplorable health and environment effects caused by the use of inefficient traditional charcoal cooking stoves in Africa and showed how the situation could considerably improve by replacing them with energy saving clay-based cooking stoves. Presenting last, Eleftheria Sitara from Greece gave a very personal story of her journey into the MBA program at MSM and how studying with fellow students from 22 different nationalities has brought a new meaning to the word “beauty” for her. Eleftheria said she found it an unforgettable learning experience: “When I first heard about the PechaKucha concept, I thought of a double-edged sword. Based on the power of images – that sometimes may be equal to a thousand words – PechaKucha allows presenters to express themselves concisely but still in a rich and creative way. The greatest challenge though is picking up the appropriate structure and content for your presentation in order to deliver your message to the audience in the most efficient way. My idea was to present a topic regarding ‘beauty’ and the unexpected ways in which I discovered it through my experiences. The reason I selected it was because I wanted to present not only a brief description of my personal attitude towards life, but also because I wanted to express publicly my gratitude for all the precious moments I am currently sharing with my international classmates. Although in the beginning I was thinking that the PechaKucha challenge was far too fresh and uncomfortable for me to engage in, from the moment I entered the room I felt an immediate friendliness. During my presentation I saw people’s nods and smiles, showing that they were eager to listen to what I was saying. That sense of encouragement from the audience to whom you express your inner ideas is a remarkable feeling that can hardly be forgotten. Relying on the inspiring feedback I received from people telling me how much they were touched and surprised by the spirit created through the single means of a presentation, I would definitely recommend to everyone to try the PechaKucha experience even just for once in their lifetime.” Just like last year, the audience enthusiastically reacted to the students’ presentations. The event was followed by a friendly and relaxed network session in the Business Lounge with all participants.
PK 2 - Chupacabra! Check out Glen Vigus's interview in the Eagle! We had an amazing evening and met lots of new friends. Suresh Pillai, Professor of Microbiology, talked about using electrons to help clean, heal, feed and shape the world. Artist Karen Hillier showed work from her series “Unforgotten,” involving artifacts from the daily ablutions of her grandparents. Richard Lester brought a horde of young entrepreneurs who all joined in to share news from the Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship, where he serves as Executive Director. Russell Reid, architect and artist, reflected on the process of artmaking from analog to digital and back. Technologist Benedict Nguyen shared the amazing world of 3D scanning and printing. Amateur photographer Glen Vigus led us through the history of photography, and inspired us with 32 years of love and pride in his work, earning his title of amateur. Thanks to Jennifer and Ruthie for organizing and leading the evening! We’ll be back in the summer, and hope you’ll nominate yourself or someone else for next time!
Being a Teenage Business Owner
"I think it’s a little silly to ask a 14 year old what they want to do with their life.” In "Being a Teenage Business Owner" from PechaKucha Night Santa Barbara Vol. 18, Mackenzie Fell recalls the challenges she faced launching a business, while being in the last semesters of high school. She started a marketing business with multimedia design after winning the Scheinfeld New Venture Challenge, a business plan competition through SBCC. Mackenzie addresses the pressures teenagers are faced with to decide what career path they want to take so early on in life.
Bringing The Outside In
“Nature is a massive role in our business.” At PechaKucha Night Galashiels Vol.2, Bronagh O'Kane shares her journey to the making of her print company, called "Orwell and Goode". She talks about how the company came into being, and what infroms their work. She belives that nature can attach with our emotional connection which influence her business. Her business won an award at Top Drawer for Best New Product!