Maiko Ito I have been asked to become an outside director of Tusk Inc. I will continue to do my best and look forward to working with you in the future!
November Nov. November 24 On November 24, the actress Maiko Ito (57) wrote about her aspirations on her blog. 57 The company that recruited her as an outside director is a real estate technology company called Tusk. The company that recruited her as an outside director is a real estate technology company called Tusk. The company was established in August 2001. The company was established in August 2001. The company was established in August 2001 and has been in operation since 2008. The company was established in August 2001 and is scheduled to open in October 2008. The company was established in August 2001 and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers in October 2008. Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers in October 2008. Both sales and profits increased despite the spread of the new coronavirus. In the fiscal year ended September 2009, the company reported an increase in sales and profits of approximately ¥5.5 billion. The company’s financial results for the fiscal year ended September 2009 show an increase of approximately 1.1 billion 1.1 billion 1,112 million yen. In the fiscal year ended September 2009, the company posted an ordinary profit of about 1.112 billion yen.
Why did “Tusk” choose Itou?
Itou is a brilliant woman who graduated from Kinjo Gakuin, an integrated junior and senior high school in Aichi Prefecture, and entered Otsuma Women’s University. However, she was forced to drop out of school due to her busy entertainment career. Despite her busy schedule, her thirst for knowledge never waned and she always wanted to study at a university again. In her 40s, her work settled down. Work settled down in her 40s. In 2010, her wish came true. In 2010, when she was in her 40s and her work had settled down, she entered the School of Human Sciences at Waseda University, fulfilling her wish. e I entered the e-school of the School of Human Sciences at Waseda University. I studied preventive medicine and robotics.
In 2002, he entered the graduate school of Waseda University. In 2002, he entered the graduate school of Waseda University to do research, and his knowledge of robots is quite deep. While in graduate school, he developed AI While in graduate school, I was scouted as a fellow (researcher) by Exa Wizards, an AI venture company. Tusk is also an AI I think they chose Ms. Ito because “Tusk” also provides services that make full use of AI,” said a reporter from the business section of a national newspaper.
Sakai works for Fujiya and Kikuma works for Kose.
Itou’s outside director is December December Itou’s outside director will be appointed at the annual shareholders’ meeting to be held on December 22. Itou’s appointment as an outside director will be made official at the annual shareholders’ meeting to be held on December 22. Itou is not the only actress, female announcer, or other celebrity to become an outside director. The following is a list of major women and companies that have appointed outside directors in recent years (in no particular order).
Miki Sakai ( 43 (43) Confectionery manufacturer Fujiya
Hitomi Shimatani ( 41 ) Hitomi Shimatani ( 41 ) ( 42 ) Antigen testing service company ICheck ICheck
Chino Kikuma ( 49 ) Chino Kikuma ( 49 ) (49) Cosmetics manufacturer Kose Co.
Kanae Takeuchi ( 43 ) 43 (43) Financial specialty company SBI Holdings, Inc.
Hiroko Kuniya ( 64 ) (64) (64) NYK Line, a shipping company
Mitsuyo Kusano ( 54 ) (54) (54) Apparel company Onward Holdings Co.
Ai Fukuhara ( 33 ) 33 (33) Table tennis team Ryukyu Asuka Tida
Why are companies appointing high-profile women as outside directors? Mr. Takashi Matsuzaki, an economic journalist, explains the background.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange has added a provision to its listing rules requiring the appointment of two or more outside directors from the perspective of governance. It was in 2003. The Tokyo Stock Exchange added this requirement to its listing rules in 2003. The idea was to have a third party’s eyes strictly check for any irregularities.
In reality, however, it is difficult to select people who can make decisions from a neutral standpoint. Companies probably do not want their internal affairs to be checked too strictly. The original purpose of the system has become a skeleton, and gradually, people who can be hired by companies, such as university professors, lawyers, and highly educated actors with a good image, have come to be valued.
What’s more, this has had an impact on corporations. In addition, companies were affected by the government’s plan to increase the percentage of female executives in listed companies to 10 In addition, the government’s target of increasing the ratio of female directors to 10 percent in listed companies has had an impact on companies. Mr. Matsuzaki continues.
Actresses and female announcers would be perfect candidates for female executives. They are well known and have strong communication skills. If they publish their corporate activities on their blogs and other media, they will have a great advertising effect. They are suitable as advertising towers. As an actress, being a corporate executive is also an attractive position. It’s a great career boost for you.
The intentions of companies and actresses have coincided in the situation of outside directors. It is likely that more famous women will be appointed as outside directors in the future.
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