Project Anime™ is a two-day conference that connects organizers of Japanese culture conventions with rights holders, production & distribution companies, vendors and each other for the purpose of enhancing and growing the Japanese culture industry domestically and internationally.
Known as the “anime convention summit,” Project Anime™ attendees, who are the high-level leadership for the largest Japanese culture conventions internationally, engage in round table discussions on a variety of topics about the ownership and operation of conventions (such as planning, legal, technical, and ticketing). Attendees also get the opportunity to hear subject matter experts speak on topics directly relevant to event operations, and the chance to meet and network with content providers and industry vendors.
Project Anime™ is held the two days preceding a convention so that attendees have the opportunity to see, first hand, topics discussed during the conference. Project Anime™ 2013 will take place July 2-3, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
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- Project Anime Japan announced for Tokyo International Anime Fair 2013! 03.13.13 - Started in 2002, the Tokyo International Anime Fair (aka TAF) is one of the largest anime trade fairs in the world and takes place annually in Japan. The four day conference is held at Tokyo Big Sight, a convention and exhibition center in Tokyo Bay, in late March. (...)