If you want to discover what took Gemma to Tokyo, which difficulties she encountered and get to know some advice for creative people interested in living a new experience in Japan, you cannot miss this session!
Gemma, that has been living in the Japanese capital for 10 months, will share with us her first-hand experience in the workplace in a country where formalisms or hierarchy within the company are very different. But we will also have time to talk about a society full of contrasts, with cutting-edge technology that protects cultural heritage, where you can find a majestic temple between skyscrapers. The city that never sleeps, the mecca of manga and otakus, and the city with the largest number of Michelin stars in the world.
The activity is in Spanish and open to the entire ELISAVA community. Alumni Bold members will have preference in the allocation of places. Confirmation of assistance is required through the attached form.