Inside Asian Gaming signs MOU and cooperation agreement with Japans Ohta Publications

first_imgInside Asian Gaming has signed an MOU and cooperation agreement with Japan’s leading B2B hotel and restaurant industry media brand, Ohta Publications Co., Ltd, that will see the two organizations work together on the development of media to cover Japan’s burgeoning Integrated Resort industry.The agreement, which follows some five months of discussions between IAG and Ohta Publications, provides for a number of cooperation initiatives such as content and editorial space exchanges, information and business contact sharing, distribution list development, cross-jurisdictional operations cooperation and business costs minimization. Huawei Japan joins Kansai Economic Federation with eye on World Expo 2025 and Osaka IR The agreement also contemplates the possibility of an even closer partnership between the parties in the future.“I am extremely pleased to be collaborating with IAG, a company which has been a leader in the gaming industry for many years,” said Susumu Ohta, President of Ohta Publications. “By combining IAG’s know-how with Ohta Publications’ experience spanning over 50 years in the hotel industry, we look forward to providing information that is beneficial to all of those involved in integrated resorts in Japan.”IAG CEO Andrew W Scott added, “We’re absolutely delighted to have signed this deal with Ohta Publications to cooperate in covering the Japanese IR industry.“While IAG is now considered the industry-leading B2B media brand for the IR industry across Asia, we are new to Japan. Having a company like Ohta Publications standing beside us, with more than half a century of experience in the Japanese hospitality industry, will be invaluable. We’ve got to know Susumu and his company over the last five months and our business values and approaches align well.”IAG is set to announce a number of key initiatives related to Japan in the coming months. Japan to conduct nationwide prefectural survey to confirm IR intentions RelatedPosts Osaka approves Yumeshima site for commercial development in latest IR move Load Morelast_img

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