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To make your business successful, you must first have a dream to which you can devote yourself. Becoming intoxicated with a dream gives us the passion to bring into it reality. Of course, once we actually start a business, we must rely on logic to avoid undue risk and establish thorough, concrete strategies to bring the project to its successful completion.

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  May. 9, 2016 NEW
  Oxford invites Kyoto Prize to UKExternal Link
  Mar. 9, 2016  
  1st International Symposium of the Ritsumeikan Inamori Philosophy Research Center Held
  Oct. 28, 2015  
  23rd Seiwajyuku World Convention Held
  May. 26, 2015  
  Dr. Inamori Gives Lectures in Paris and Lyon, France
  Nov. 17, 2014
  Completion Ceremony Held for Inamori Hall
 Oxford invites Kyoto Prize to UK
Oxford invites Kyoto Prize to UK
 Inamori gives opening remarks
Inamori gives opening remarks
About this site
  Dr. Kazuo Inamori, founder of Kyocera, DDI (now KDDI) and numerous other enterprises, established the Inamori Foundation and created the Kyoto Prize, a prestigious international award. He also serves as president of Seiwajyuku, a business leadership association dedicated to nurturing business owners and entrepreneurs. He became chairman of bankrupt Japan Airlines in 2010, and successfully led the company to a relisting on the stock market, after which he stepped down from direct management in 2013. This website introduces Kazuo Inamori and his wide range of ongoing activities.
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