Prize winners for the 28th Sir Peter Parker Awards for Spoken Business Japanese
First Prize winner:
Mr Richard Brash (Postgraduate, University of Edinburgh)
Unity in Diversity
Second Prize winner:
Miss Chiara Comastri (Postgraduate, Osaka University)
Do we really want foreigners? Doubts and contradictions in the Japanese companies’ hiring system
Third Prize winner:
Mr Warren Stanislaus (Postgraduate, University of Oxford)
Lessons from London: Unlocking Japan’s tourism industry potential for 2020 and beyond
Special Prize winner:
Ms Jiaang Zhao (Postgraduate, University of Birmingham)
When in Japan, do as Japanese do? --- The ‘chowa’ between localization and uniqueness of overseas enterprises in Japan
2018 Finalists Presentations
The purpose of the Sir Peter Parker Awards for Spoken Business Japanese is to deepen the understanding of Japanese business culture by businessmen and women of the countries of the European Union through study of the Japanese language, and to contribute to goodwill and mutual understanding with the people of Japan through better communication.
The Sir Peter Parker Awards for Spoken Business Japanese were established in 1990 by the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) London, and the SOAS, University of London. The Awards are widely recognised as having made a significant contribution to the recent growth in the use of Japanese in business, as well as having benefited participants in their professional careers.
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