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 Relocation Services Relocation services or "employee relocation" includes a range of internal business processes that are engaged to transfer employees (and often their families) or entire departments of a business to a new work location.  Japan KK, the J@pan Inc Arrivals & Departures column takes a look at some of the key figures of Japan's expatriate business community who are either just landing in Japan or flying off to new places.

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Name: Paul Francis Paul Franics (McKenna) is the weekend breakfast presenter on Belfast CityBeat. He formally presented programmes for Forth 1, Downtown Radio and Seven FM.

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Nationality: US/Canadian

Family: Married with two young daughters

Personality: Outgoing, curious, engaging

Company: Bacardi

Job Title: Marketing Director

Arrived in Japan: 2007

Moved From: London, UK

Reason for moving: To head up marketing for all the Bacardi brands in Japan including Bombay Saphire and Martini.

Reaction when asked to move to Japan: "I was very excited. The Japanese market, emerging from depression has fantastic potential--huge trends can start here."

Looking forward to: "Eating good Japanese food and working in a non-Western environment that places emphasis on the group."

Motto: "Work hard, play hard."

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Name: Mark Webster
This article is about the journalist/broadcaster for the darts player see Mark Webster (darts player)


Mark Webster is a British journalist and broadcaster who has presented many of five's late night sports shows.
 

Nationality: British

Family: Married with one daughter

Personality: "Some people describe me as a gaijin Gaijin

Japanese term used to describe a non-Japanese investor in Japan (outside person). A more polite version of the same word is gaikokujin which means outside country person.
 on the outside but an Asian inside."

Company: JWT JWT J. Walter Thompson (agency)
JWT Java Windows Terminal
JWT Just War Theory
JWT Jim Wolf Technology
JWT Java Workflow Tooling
JWT John Wayne Trail (US Army Yakima Training Center)
JWT Justified War Theory
 

Job Title: President, Representative Director & CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board.  

Arrived in Japan: 2007

Moved From: Bangkok, Thailand

Experience in Asia: Mr Webster was raised in Hong Kong, the place he calls home, and has spent years at the front of operations all that part of the field of operations in front of the successive positions occupied by the army as it moves forward.
- Farrow.

See also: Front
 in Southeast Asia.

Comment on moving to Japan: "The Japanese market is a real challenge because of the unique demographics and the dominance of the domestic advertising agencies."

Looking forward to: "Tokyo is a city of discovery with something new on every corner but I am really looking forward to exploring other parts of Japan and playing more golf."

Motto: "Opportunities become threats if they are not taken quickly enough."

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Name: Jason Hayes

Nationality: Australian

Family: Married with three children

Personality: An eternal optimist

Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers

Job Title: Partner, Chartered Accountant

Arrived in Japan: 2004

Moved to: Sydney, Australia

Reason for moving: Mr Hayes was sent to Japan on a secondment Noun 1. secondment - a speech seconding a motion; "do I hear a second?"
endorsement, indorsement, second

agreement - the verbal act of agreeing

2.
 which has now come to an end.

Most memorable moment in Japan: "Watching my son, Jack, take part in an exhibition Sumo sumo: see wrestling.
sumo

Japanese form of wrestling.A contestant loses if he is forced out of the ring (a 15-ft circle) or if any part of his body except the soles of his feet touches the ground.
 match against Kotooshu at Ryogoku Kokugikan."

Comment on leaving Japan: "Mostly, I'm going to miss the food. The quality here is just spectacular and you can't get sashimi like you can here in any other part of the world."

Advice to those arriving in Japan: "Don't hold back, get out there and explore."

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Name: Douglas Kaplan

Nationality: US

Family: Married with two children

Personality: Energetic, aggressive, leader

Company: LexisNexis

Job Title: CEO Asia-Pacific

Arrived in Japan: 1987

Moved to: Singapore

Reason for moving: To lead the regional headquarters.

Happiest moment in Japan: "Meeting my wife."

Biggest business achievement: Launched Nikkei Biztech, establishing Nikkei's online presence.

Special talent: Kickboxing

Most influential book: It's Not About the Bike by Lance Armstrong & Sally Jenkins

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