The Ecoship Project introduced at INK Asia
On May 19, the Ecoship team travelled to Singapore to participate in a new edition of INK Asia. Peace Boat Founder and Director, Yoshioka Tatsuya, presented the Ecoship Project in this Asian platform to exchange cutting-edge ideas and inspiring stories. Over two days, award-winning speakers and multi-disciplinary pathbreakers discussed critical changes and opportunities headed their way.
Yoshioka took part in Session 1: Living Reimagined, introducing Ecoship and its main features. He shared the stage with the INK founder, Lakshmi Pratury, and other guests such as Jeroen van de Waal, CEO & CO-Founder of the Orca Group; Neville Mars, architect and urban researcher; and Cheryl Chung, head of the strategic planning department at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore.
INK Asia was created as a forum for business leaders, entrepreneurs and technologists to connect and collaborate with their counterparts.