The Secretariat of Headquarters for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games' reports allow UK companies to understand exactly which areas the Japanese Government is focusing on for 2020.
Tokyo 2020 Continues to Open Avenues for Doing Business in Japan
Preparations for Tokyo 2020 are in full swing. The Japanese Government is focusing on specific areas of development between now and 2020.
Download the detailed outline and the working schedule below to identify key opportunities for your business.
“Smooth Preparation and Operation of the Games” (pages 1-61) in particular covers not only Global Sporting Events business but also cross-sector business like Technology, Health Science, Design, Infrastructure, Energy.
The Detailed Outline covers:
Smooth Preparation and Operation of the Games
- Ensuring Security and Safety
- Smoothly Transporting Athletes and Visitors, Measures for Receiving Foreign Nationals
- Preparing for the Heat, Considering the Environmental Issues
- Reinforcing the Performance Level to Win Medals
- Developing the Structure for Anti-Doping Measures
- Developing New National Stadium
Promoting the Olympic and Paralympic Movement through Education and International Contribution; Encouraging
Creating the New Japan through the Games
Revitalising Japan through the Games
- Restoring Areas Affected by the 2011 Earthquake; Regional Revitalisation
- Promoting Japanese Technology
- Promoting Japan as a Tourist Destination for Foreign Nationals
- Promoting Japanese Culture
- Achieving a Sports Oriented Nation as Described in the Basic Act on Sports
Realising an Inclusive Society through Health and Longevity and a Universal Design
- Improving Health and Preventing Second-Hand Smoking Boosted by the Games
- Universal Design and Inclusivity
The Working Schedule offers a detailed and specific timeline for the preparations taking place for Tokyo 2020.
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