The KAITEKI Institute (TKI) has been awarded the 2013 Asia Pacific Innovation to Establish a Sustainable Society Visionary Innovation Award from the global consulting company Frost & Sullivan (headquarters: California, USA).
Details of the award: The KAITEKI Institute, Inc. - FS Award
The Frost & Sullivan Visionary Innovation Awards independently recognize companies in a variety of global and regional markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as innovation, competitive strategy, leadership, technology, and product development. TKI was awarded for its unique research capabilities, which were judged by the following criteria.
TKI Deputy Director, Eiji Tanaka (on right) receives the award at an award ceremony held in San Jose, California on September 9, 2013.
[Comment from Frost & Sullivan]
“Leveraging its strong technology experience, The KAITEKI Institute - with its unique research and development capabilities - aims to contribute to the realization of a more sustainable society by properly disseminating the research findings for actionable use. Frost & Sullivan firmly believes the unique vision of The KAITEKI Institute to facilitate changes in human lives, and its research capabilities will help to redefine future business processes in the context of ensuring sustainability…
Following a persistent goal to care for the environment and society and address imminent challenges including depletion of natural resources, shortage of energy, food and water crisis, The KAITEKI Institute has implemented a strategic research mechanism around Sun (Sol), Water (Aqua), and Life (Vita) to ascertain emerging areas of environmental concerns and promise a cleaner, greener and safer society…Frost & Sullivan is therefore proud to bestow the 2013 Visionary Innovation Award to The KAITEKI Institute for the company’s leadership and innovations in securing a safer environment for mankind.”