We believe it is the responsibility of businesses to enact social change.
GLOBIS was built on inspiring purpose-driven leadership, and we lead by example. After all, we’re not just a business school. We also create platforms where leaders can communicate and collaborate, where local areas can find opportunities, and where there is hope even in the wake of devastating disaster.
The G1 Institute is a forum and network for next-generation leaders to gather, discuss, and act toward the rebirth of Japan in a turbulent world. The G1 Global Conference, held annually in English, brings together leaders in business, politics, academia, and civil society.LEARN MORE
The KIBOW Foundation began as a response to the Great Tohoku Earthquake in 2011. Today, the mission has evolved, empowering social entrepreneurs through impact investing.LEARN MORE
The 100 Actions were launched to spark a nationwide debate on public policy and create a vision of Japan for the future. The book Nihon wo Ugokasu: 100 no Koudou (Moving Japan Forward: 100 Actions) was published in 2016 in collaboration with PHP Institute, Inc. Additionally, the G1 Institute presents the 100 Actions Award to those who act to improve Japan in line with the project.LEARN MORE
The Ibaraki Robots are a professional basketball team in the Japanese B1 League. The team is part of a pioneering model for regional revitalization that includes sporting events, entertainment, and education. The wider scope of the Robots benefits the local community through the development of infrastructure, food culture, tourism, hospitality, merchandise, conferences, and more. (website in Japanese)LEARN MORE
Ibaraki Broadcasting System
Ibaraki Broadcasting System (also known as LuckyFM) is the only radio station from Ibaraki Prefecture. Over the last several years, it has expanded into the realm of new media, incorporating online services, video, and events. (website in Japanese)LEARN MORE
Mito Downtown Revitalization Project
The Mito Downtown Revitalization Project, started in February 2016, aims to provide a model for regional renewal. Bringing together stakeholders from the private sector and local government, it spurs collaboration on various initiatives to revitalize the City of Mito and Ibaraki Prefecture. GLOBIS is a supporter of this project.LEARN MORE