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The company relocated its head office to Toyosu in Koto City, where it was worried that the sequential construction of new residential towers might cause the dilution of ties in the local community. Wanting to contribute to the solution of this problem, the company decided to open its employee training facilities to the public as a local community center. The “Suma-Lab.,” opened within the facilities to give hands-on knowledge about crime/disaster prevention and other issues related to life in condominiums, provide residents of local condominiums with opportunities to gather and share their experiences. This helps create a stronger local community. The company became the first in the industry to transform corporate training facilities into a community center.
Makoto Ishitsuka, Personnel department general manager, Mitsui Fudosan Residential Service Co.,Ltd
Akihiko Kawada, Training facility management group advisor, Mitsui Fudosan Residential Service Co.,Ltd
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