"Born Global, Grow Global" What to Learn from Honda. A Japanese Mechanic's Entrepreneurial Dream of Reaching a Global Market.
On Tuesday, October 11, 2011 the Dublin International Business Assistance Center (DIBAC) located at the Dublin Entrepreneurial Center (DEC) in Dublin, Ohio hosted a presentation by Mr. Toshikata Amino, Retired Executive VP of Honda of America Manufacturing. Mr. Amino received an Honorary Doctorate from Franklin University and is currently Executive-in-Residence at the Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University.
Mr. Amino's presentation captured in the video and photo collection below inspires the dreams of entrepreneurs and local business community leaders in the story of how Mr. Soichiro Honda, Founder, Honda Motor Company, started his small business with global ambitions and grew it to an international company.
For entrepreneurs who are just starting out, or thinking of building a small business, his speech provides insights into the importance and benefits each of us receive when challenging ourselves to do more than what we imagine.
Links to the Video Presentation, Images, Program Sponsors and Hosts:
Dr. Amino's video at Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/?hl=en&tab=mX#photos/116117308147922907171/albums/5663462153623579601/5663775537837514674
The Dublin Entrepreneurial Center (DEC) in Dublin, Ohio at http://www.DECinDublin.com
The Dublin International Business Assistance Center (DIBAC ) is located in the Dublin Entrepreneurial Center, 7003 Post Road, Dublin, Ohio. Learn more about DIBAC at http://decindublin.com/resources-2/international-business/
The City of Dublin, Ohio at http://www.dublin.oh.us/
The City of Dublin, Ohio Department of Economic Development at http://www.dublinecondev.com/
The International Entrepreneur (TiE) at http://www.tieohio.org/
TechColumbus at http://www.techcolumbus.org/
Honda at http://www.honda.com/
The Central Ohio Japanese Association of Commerce (COJAC) at http://www.cojac.org/
The Japan-American Society of Central Ohio (JASCO)
Visit the Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open) at http://www.i-open.org