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Here’s a job received directly from Hayato Kurashiki, the founder and CEO of Kids&Us Japan: Hello, my name is Hayato Kurashiki, a founder and CEO of Kids&Us Japan who is looking to hire a part-time English teacher.(would evolve into a full-time position if the person prefers) I myself just graduated an MBA program from IESE Business School (class of 2017) and currently preparing to launch ‘Kids&Us’ in the Japanese market.It is successful in the non-native speaking countries mainly in Europe and it currently has 375 schools in 8 different countries.The first flagship school will be in Sengawa (Chofu city) in Tokyo.Offering unique insights into the photographer’s practice, it features interviews with Zanele Muholi, William Kentridge, the late Nadine Gordimer, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Howard Booth.‘This moving documentary has been in the making for six years,’ says Essers.Catch up on what’s new in the world and talk with other women like you.Every morning, we get together for a cup of tea and a chat.
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