The Unmei Expo 2016 is happening on October 16 at the SMX Convention Center. It’s not your usual anime and otaku convention. It is the biggest JAPANESE ONLY focused event for Japanese companies, Japanese language schools in Japan, Japanese language speakers, industry workers, translators, interpreters, tourist guides and enthusiasts in the PHILIPPINES.
What benefit will it give you to attend The Unmei Expo 2016?
The event is a career and study fair in itself. Meaning that if you want to learn more about Japan and its culture then this is an event that you should not miss. It hopes to bring key players in this industry and the community to promote networking and linkages among them.
If you are seeking job in Japan or want to study in Japan then you should be attending as well. Unmei Nihonggo Center, the organizer of the event is bringing along their partner schools in Japan as well as past students from here and abroad.
Getting ready for the rising demand
THE UNMEI EXPO 2016 also aims to create a network base of talents, companies, organizations and Japan partners. It is in preparation for the incoming and rising demand for Japanese language related jobs and services. Coming to the event is something beneficial to both the talents and companies. It is an aims towards standardizing and making the industry in the country world-class in principle and practice by lowering cost without compromising output.
How to avail tickets for Unmei Expo 2016?
General Admission tickets is priced at P125.000. You can buy tickets at all SM Ticket Outlets in SM Cinema branches nationwide.
For more details or if you are interested to be one of their sponsor, exhibitor, organization partner, or media partner, kindly contact (02)584-7811 or (+63)917-568-0216 and look for Mr. Jayson or Ms. Jo. You can also email them at email@example.com.
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