My Blueprint for Success in Japan: LAUGH | Marty Kuehnert | TEDxTohokuUniversity

Marty Kuehnert, a 1968 Stanford University graduate, has spent most of his adult life in Japan, working in the sports business and education. Kuehnert helped pioneer the sports licensing business and sports bars in Japan, was the first foreign sportscaster on Japanese TV, and the first foreigner to be the GM of a Japanese pro baseball team, the Rakuten Eagles. On the educational front, Kuehnert has been a professor at Waseda University, Sendai University and Tohoku University. Additionally, the California native has been the Vice President of Sendai University and Senior Advisor to the President of Tohoku University カリフォルニア州出身で、1968年にスタンフォード大学を卒業。その後、日本でスポーツ事業と教育に従事し、人生の殆どを日本で過ごす。キーナート氏はスポーツ特許事業とスポーツバーの草分け的存在であり、日本初の外国人スポーツキャスターとして起用され、日本のプロ野球チーム「東北楽天ゴールデンイーグルス」の最高経営責任者に初めての外国人として着任。教育においては早稲田大学、仙台大学、東北大学の教授を歴任し、現在は仙台大学の副学長と東北大学の総長顧問を務める。 Marty Kuehnert, a 1968 Stanford University graduate, has spent most of his adult life in Japan, working in the sports business and education. Kuehnert helped pioneer the sports licensing business and sports bars in Japan, was the first foreign sportscaster on Japanese TV, and the first foreigner to be the GM of a Japanese pro baseball team, the Rakuten Eagles. On the educational front Kuehnert has been a professor at Waseda University, Sendai University and Tohoku University. Additionally, the California native has been the Vice President of Sendai University and Senior Advisor to the President of Tohoku University. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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