2017 APR_Newsletter
Published At:2017-04-14 
 2017-11-16 updated
NTU SEED took students to Japanese century-old companies to discover the mystery of inheritance.

     The Governance and Inheritance of Long Lasting Enterprises Program for Leaders organized by NTU SEED to help enterprise executives, chairmen, senior managers and next-generation successors deal with the tough issues of enterprise inheritance and succession gathered professional instructors from Taiwan, Hong Kong and Japan and was held during March 18-23 in Japan. The first session started in Japan, the country with the biggest number of long lasting enterprises. In addition to participating in lessons teaching the governance and inheritance experience of long lasting enterprises, the students also visited Japanese century-old companies including the Kikkoman Corporation in Tokyo, Mamegen, Ningyocho Imahan, and Morihachi, the confectionary purveyor to the lord of Kaga in Kanazawa, and had the opportunity of visiting Hoshi Ryokan which has operated for more than a thousand years in Ishikawa and having face-to-face communication with its executives.