Startup pitch for fundraising, part-3
mer. 21 novembre à 10:30
Startup pitch for fundraising part -3
Workforce organizes the first startup pitch night at Blink in Roppongi.
We have invited five start-up founders who will pitch their ideas to the VCs on November 21st, Wed evening at Blink, Roppongi Tokyo.
Schedule - Open and networking, 6:30 pm ~ 7:15 pm
Start 7:15 pm, Jin from Workforce
Judge intro 7:20 pm,
Vincent Tan, Vice President of D4V
Tetsuo Miyatake, Investment Manager of DG Incubation
Yoshimitsu Kaji from Accenture and Co-CMO of Slush
- Pitch and Q&A 7:30 ~ 8:10 pm
(5 minutes pitch and 5 minutes feedback and Q&A)
The winner and feedback from VCs 8:30 pm
Networking ~ 9:30 pm VC
– Vincent Tan, Vice President of D4V
D4V (Design for Ventures) is a venture capital firm in partnership with IDEO. They enable early stage Japanese ventures to create impact in the world through capital, connections, insights and mentorship.
http://d4v.com/ - Tetsuo Miyatake, Investment Manager of DG Incubation
1) DG Incubation, Inc.
DG Incubation (DGI) is the CVC arm of a publicly traded company in Tokyo, Japan called Digital Garage. Our investments cover early to late rounds in the US, Japan, and South East Asia. DG Incubation has a successful track record in not only its investments into companies such as Twitter, Wish, Udemy, and Intercom but also in its ability to incubate and grow its portfolio companies' businesses in Japan. 2) Open Network Lab
Open Network Lab (Onlab) began in April 2010 with the purpose of incubating startups that can compete on a global stage. Onlab has supported and cultivated over 100 startups through its incubation program, which provides participants with business growth support and funding, events that gather successful startups and specialists from around the world, and through its community where entrepreneurs can seek advice and learn from each other.
https://onlab.jp/apply/ - Yoshimitsu Kaji, Accenture Japan Director of Marketing & Communications
Yoshimitsu Kaji graduated from Aoyama Gakuin University with BA in Economics. After working at the Fuji Bank and advertising agencies, he earned his MBA from the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management. After his graduation, he joined Coca-Cola (Japan) with responsibility for Coca-Cola and Georgia brands. After that, he joined Time Warner, Inc. and served as Marketing Director responsible for movie titles such as “The Matrix” and “A.I.”. After transferring to Sony Pictures Entertainment, he led marketing of “Spiderman” and the TV animation “Astro Boy” as Vice President of Marketing and joined SONY global brand value creation activities. He then moved to Nissan Motor Company, Inc., as Marketing Director for Luxury products, such as CIMA, FUGA, TIANA, SKYLINE, and NISSAN GT-R. He also seconded as Executive Director for the 2016 Tokyo Olympic Bid Committee. After his return to Nissan, he was responsible for the global introduction of Nissan LEAF at Global Zero Emission Business Unit and Global Marketing. Between January 2011 to December 2013, he worked for the Prime Minister’s Office, as Counselor / Director of Global/IT Communications Strategy. From February 2014 he is the Director of Marketing & Communications for Accenture Japan, with responsibility for all facets of marketing, including client and corporate marketing as well as media relations. He is also the President of the Northwestern University Kellogg Club of Japan, Associate Professor of GLOBIS University, Co-CMO of Slush Asia2016 and Marketing Strategy Committee member of Japan Tourism Agency. The Pitches
- NAME, POSITION of STARTUP
XYZ with the link Price
Includes food and drinks
1,000 Yen for early birds to the limited number of tickets
1,500 Yen for online registration
2,000 Yen at the door
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