We had another Jarman International Charity Cup on April 13 enjoying friendship, networking, golf, the lovely Eastwood Country Club course, and perfect Spring weather.
Jarman International helps spread Ginza Aster’s message of “Good fortune” at this turning point in Japanese history.
Jarman International CEO Ruth Jarman began serving as business advisor for NHK’s Easy Business for Work.
As Ruth continues supporting various locations in Japan via speeches about our 1,2,3 Tourism Theory, her speech was featured in the Shimono Newspaper.
Jarman-International sent seven JI Core 50 professionals to Miyagi to consult on a special tour being developed for International visitors. Ideas for Vegans, photographers and Hot Springs aficionados were discussed.
JI CEO Ruth Jarman serves as an expert on a panel of three for the New Tohoku Initiative. This initiative aims to support Northeast Japan’s revival and reconstruction following the devastation of 3.11.2011.
Ruth and JI Core 50 member Steven Liu (Taiwan) traveled to Amami Oshima to offer advice and feedback and to hold two seminars on welcoming international visitors.
JI Core 50 Sébastien (France), Divya (UK), Annie (Taiwan) and Ruth (US) took part in a consulting visit at Shinjuku Gyoen National Gardens.
Four Core 50 members Alex Ike, Paul Haggart, Austin Auger, and Paul Walsh were dispatched to attend the kick-off event for the ‘Ryoma Holiday Campaign’ in Kochi Prefecture.
Jarman-International K.K Founder & CEO Ruth Marie Jarman was interviewed at the start of 2019 for the DIRECTORY OF WHO’S WHO IN THE WORLD OF BUSINESS IN JAPAN feature in the JapanTimes newspaper.