Support & FAQ
About Project Anime
Project Anime™ is an international business service that invites convention directors, executives, anime and Japanese pop culture industry leaders, distributors,
exhibitors, and more to discuss ways to improve the anime and Japanese pop culture market in their territories and across
the globe. Through providing resources, data, and conferences, Project Anime™ hopes to empower convention owners and executives, deepen the bonds
between the anime industry and conventions, and find new and unique ways that conventions can further reach and grow the anime industry on a global scale.
How often does Project Anime host events?
We always host at least two events per year: one in Tokyo scheduled around Anime Japan and one in Los Angeles in conjunction with Anime Expo. We may host additional events if there is a demand, and have previously held events throughout the US, Europe, and Asia.
Are there any networking opportunities?
Yes, in addition to networking opportunities between scheduled panels and roundtables, Project Anime also hosts a networking reception which is open to all industry members, in addition to Project Anime attendees.
How can I attend the next event?
How can I become a speaker or panelist at the next Event?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- About yourself and career (name, company, title, and links)
- Areas of expertise
- Locations you’re interested in attending (Los Angeles, Tokyo, both, or other locations)
Are there any hotel accommodations?
Packages including hotel accommodations are available for Project Anime: Los Angeles.
How can I submit an article to Project Anime?
Do you host any other events outside of Los Angeles and Tokyo?
We are open to working with a variety of events and have previously held Project Anime in Washington D.C., Atlanta, Germany, Singapore, Netherlands. If you are an event organizer that would like to partner with us, please feel free to contact us.