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The training courses conducted by PREX can largely be divided into topical themes (fields), such as corporate management, Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) development, export promotion strategy/marketing strategy, the environment, social vitalization/tourism development, etc. Here, you can browse reports that provide a summary of the contents offered for the training courses for each individual field.

Latest Seminar Reports

Cooperate Management
July, 30, 2012Kazakhstan corporate executives and consultants study successful cases involving quality and production control in Japan.
Cooperate Management
July, 30, 2012Companies managed by PREX alumni hold executives seminar in Japan (July 3-12, 2012)
Environment Management
July, 30, 2012Supporting the introduction and penetration of solar-power generation (Jul. – Aug., 2012)
Cooperate Management
June, 30, 2012Seminar participants unlock the future of Malaysia (Jun., 2012)
Environment Management
June, 13, 2012Toward reducing suspended particle matter in the air over the city of Xian, China Dispatch of specialists, improvement of air quality (June. 6-13, 2012)
Trade Promotion & Marketing
February, 28, 2012Seminar participants from five Central American countries managed to hold business discussions at a food trade fair (Feb. – Mar., 2012)
Environment Management
February, 25, 2012Building water and sewerage systems for Vietnam(Feb,2012)
Regional Industry Development & Tourism Development
September, 16, 2011Aiming for seminars in Japan that connect with putting activities into practice in home countries (Aug. 25 Sept. 16, 2011)
Cooperate Management
July, 30, 2011Malaysian participants learn about harmony from Japan (June-July,2011)
Cooperate Management
March, 30, 2011Taking Kansai’s “Monozukuri” Spirit to Syria(Feb.4-March 2,2011)
Trade Promotion & Marketing
March, 15, 2011New Challenges for Entering the Japanese Market (Feb.17-March 15,2011)
Small and Medium sized Enterprises Development
February, 4, 2011Mutual Learning Through Discussions(Jan.17-Feb.4,2011)