Harch Europe is a global research and business design unit founded by members living in several cities across Europe. Its main activities are based in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Heidelberg, and Vienna. Harch Europe’s mission is to bridge the information and implementation gap in the field of sustainability and a circular economy between Japan and European countries, by sharing knowledge, connecting people, and encouraging collaboration in both areas.
About Harch Europe
What We Do
We organize events related to European policies on a circular economy and sustainability, providing case studies of sustainable city development and communication between companies and consumers.
Harch Europe connects Japan with the latest development in EU sustainability. We customize tours/activities for Japanese companies, schools, or private organizations. We cooperate with local institutions and conduct online tours as well.
Research / Reporting
We provide various research reports on the latest trends and case studies regarding the circular economy and sustainability in Europe. The reports will be available and for sale on our website. (All reports will be written in Japanese.)
We support you in identifying the best partnership depending on your specific needs, such as market development, local information, and other interests.
We would coordinate a customized tour and internship program at startups in Amsterdam, which has led the world in terms of a circular economy.
We work with various organizations to offer online classes and a learning course for students, including children interested in studying sustainability, zero-carbon, and SDGs.
(London, United Kingdom)
In charge of business development in IDEAS FOR GOOD Business Design Lab. Attained a master’s degree in urban sociology at Hitotsubashi University. After researching public spaces in Asian global cities, especially in Singapore, she worked for a company specializing in commercial interior design. Certified facility manager and CSR leader. Currently working on various projects which accelerate sustainable transformation of Japanese companies.
Deputy editor of IDEAS FOR GOOD. Studied behavioral economics at university, and worked for a Japanese real estate company in Hanoi, Vietnam for two years. While interviewing social enterprises in Japan and overseas, she planned “well-being” tours in Hanoi as the person-in-charge of “Experience for Good”. Has experience of living in the Philippines, and has traveled to more than 20 countries around the world.
Lived in Australia from high school, and majored in tourism management at the University of Canberra. After graduating, she supported the business of both Japanese and foreign companies as a marketing, PR and CSR consultant. After moving to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in January 2020, she has engaged in conducting interviews, collecting information, business matchmaking, holding training programs for companies, etc. specializing in the circular economy.
She studied engineering and was in charge of road design as a civil engineer in Japan. She then moved on to study Spanish in Mexico and worked as a Japanese-Spanish interpreter in the automobile industry. Currently, she is active as an official guide for the city of Heidelberg in addition to writing and editing articles. Editorial staff member of the Circular Economy Hub.
Majored in war studies and international relations at a graduate school in the UK. Freelance writer living in Vienna. Has been involved in writing and researching EU policy and regulation, economics, industry, politics and environmental recycling. She loves travelling, oil painting, calligraphy, dogs, and wine.
The Mills Fabrica London, Cottam House, 36-40 York Way, London, N1 9AB
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