We have several types of gatherings but we always strive to assemble the best speakers on the topic in Tokyo, and guests are carefully selected to generate maximum insight and relationship-building potential.
Our Salons help you understand politics and economics.
Our Custom Member Lunches are set up for members to meet one particular person to discuss one particular topic.
Our Peer MBA modules combine peer mentoring and best practice sharing our specific, practical topics, such as improving B2B sales in Japan, or understanding digitalization.
The Delphi Network Events:
PLEASE NOTE THE LATER START TIME! DN Salon (location details below intro) Trends in the Modern Office: insights from John Cook, JLL. September 19, 7pm. DN events are open to CEOs and by invitation only. Please note places are limited. DN members get guaranteed access, so unfortunately it may not always be possible to seat Non-DN members. Title: Trends in the Modern OfficeSpeaker: John Cook Jones Lang...Event Details
Location: “Kitchen Table” (private room) adjacent to The Tavern (lobby Restaurant) Andaz Hotel, Toranomon Hills 51st Floor. 1-23-4, Toranomon, Minato-kuTokyo, Japan, 105-0001https://tokyo.andaz.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/the-tavern-grill-and-lounge.htmlTel: +81 3 6830 1234 Event Description: Our young and eloquent speaker Takeshi Yamaguchi will address one of the crucial business trends of our time: When...Event Details
How Thom built Dyson in Japan, and now plans to kill it… DN Salon (location details below intro) Please click yes to register, or no to avoid getting updates. Let me know if you would prefer not to receive these calendar invites altogether. Please note places are limited. DN members get guaranteed access, so unfortunately it may not always be possible to seat non-DN members. Title: “Vacuuming” up...Event Details
North Korea – triumph of the weak? Speakers: Jo Kraft, founder, Rorschach Advisory; Anna Fifield, Tokyo bureau chief, Washington Post When: November 28 8-930am Where: La Belle Epoque restaurant, private room Hotel Okura Tokyo2-10-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku,Tokyo 105-0001, JapanTel +81-3-3582-0111 Cost: 7,000 yen (Full American breakfast with juice, pastries, etc will be served). At this breakfast salon, we are fortunate to have Jo...Event Details
Luxury retail in the era of mass tourism Speaker: Nicolas Savary General Manager JAL-DFS (DFS Group) When: November 21, 7pm Where: 5F Nihonbashihoncho Square,1 Chome-2-6 Nihonbashihoncho, Chuo-ku,Tokyo-to, 103-0023 JapanTel: 03-4578-3400 How much: 3,000 (light food, wine, soft drinks) Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/NmCG1yps2ZQ2 DFS plays in the international duty free sector, selling “luxury goods to the traveling public” in airports...Event Details
This is the second of two events looking at Japan’s General Election. This one looks at politics. On Oct 20 we looked at economics. Japan’s 2017 election: Plus ça change? Two days after the election, leading Japan analyst Tobias Harris gives his thoughts to the Delphi Network. Speaker: Tobias Harris, Teneo Intelligence https://www.linkedin.com/in/tsharris/ When: October 24 12-1.45am Where: Danish Embassy Daikanyama Cost: 7,000yen...Event Details
Speaker: Takuji Oku founder Japan Macro Advisors https://www.japanmacroadvisors.com/ Where: Andaz Hotel, Toranomon Hills When: October 20 12-1.45pm Title: Will Abenomics help or hinder Abe in the election? Cost: 7,000 yen. Kindly bring the correct change. A high-quality lunch box, coffee, water and dessert will be provided. This salon, to be held 2 days before the general election, will examine the state of Japan’s political economy....Event Details
We look at the opening months of France’s new NapoleonEvent Details
Cisco’s IoT unit CTO Shaun Cooley explains our sci-fi future.Event Details
“At Home” salons are designed to allow DN members to get to know the personal and business sides of fellow DN members, thereby deepening ties of trust, and leading to better business. When: September 7, 7pm Where: Suite 3A Alphatown Kagurazaka, 2-9 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, Tokyo162-0825 Japan Tel: +81 3-5579-802 Cost: 2,000 yen. Please bring the correct change – a receipt will be provided. Please note there will be wine but no...Event Details