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Kyoto Convention Bureau Welcomes Arrival of Leading DMC – The J-Team

Japan’s leading DMC, The J-Team, has opened a new office in Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan and the country’s leading incentive destination.

The J-Team’s new office will focus on the creation and delivery of the high end incentives and association conferences that the city has become synonymous with over the last five years. The team running the office will include former Kyoto Convention Bureau employee, James Kent, who is heading up the J-Team’s international sales focus.

Kyoto Convention Bureau, international marketing manager, James Widgren commented: “We are delighted to see the J-Team opening here in Kyoto and joining the Convention Bureau as members. They are an incredibly skilled and dynamic team, focused on the creation of engaging and service led events that deliver top level service and a definitive ROI.”