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Startup Weekend Tokyo Tech vol.5@Tokyo Tech

Fri, 04 Nov 2016 17:00 - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 22:00

Museum and Centennial Hall of Tokyo Tech

2-12-1Oookayama, Meguro-ku,Tokyo

Tomoki Sano 藤谷隆宏 遠藤聡明 Lyly Doan Duong Usami Akira Takeshi Obayashi Terazawa Nozomi Takaya  Mizuno Hui-Sung Son Atsuki Takahashi 宮田修一 Dee Lee 小島 加恵子 Togashi Shigeta Tomohiro Oka 小橋俊介 + 31 more participants
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Startup Weekend Tokyo Tech Vol.5 is coming back on November 4.
http://tokyo.startupweekend.org/

We will have an orientation meeting on October 19th (18:30 - 20:30)
in Tokyo Institute of Technology Oookayama Campus, Hyakunen Kinenkan,
Free Snack & Drink will be served!!
http://www.titech.ac.jp/english/maps/ookayama/ookayama.html
Please apply through the Doorkeeper as below,although you can attend the orientation meeting without application. ↓↓
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What is Startup Weekend Tokyo Tech?

Startup Weekend Tokyo Tech will be like a usual Startup Weekend in Tokyo.

Just one difference: we'll use something Tech in our business idea.
You can't bring your own tech seeds unless they are already published or patented.

Startup Weekends are weekend-long, hands-on experiences where entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs can find out if startup ideas are viable. On average, half of Startup Weekend’s attendees have technical or design backgrounds, the other half have business backgrounds.

Beginning with open mic pitches on Friday, attendees bring their best ideas and inspire others to join their team. Over Saturday and Sunday teams focus on customer development, validating their ideas, practicing LEAN Startup Methodologies and building a minimal viable product. On Sunday evening teams demo their prototypes and receive valuable feedback from a panel of experts.

Call us biased, but we think that there are dozens of reasons why you should come to a Startup Weekend! Since we know your time is valuable, we’ll only list the top eight:

Education:
Startup Weekends are all about learning through the act of creating. Don’t just listen to theory, build your own strategy and test it as you go.

Build your network:
This isn’t just a happy-hour. Startup Weekend attracts your community’s best makers and do-ers. By spending a weekend working to build scalable companies that solve real-world problems, you will build long-lasting relationships and possibly walk away with a job or even an investor.

Co-Founder Dating:
We all know it’s not just about the idea – it’s about the team. Startup Weekend is hands down the best way to find someone you can actually launch a startup with.

Learn a new skill:
Step outside of your comfort zone. With a whole weekend dedicated to letting your creative juices flow, Startup Weekends are perfect opportunities to work on a new platform, learn a new programming language, or just try something different.

Actually launch a business:
Over 36% of Startup Weekend startups are still going strong after 3 months. Roughly 80% of participants plan on continuing working with their team or startup after the weekend.

Get face time with thought leaders:
Local tech and startup leaders participate in Startup Weekends as coaches and judges. Get some one-on-one time with the movers and shakers in your community.

Save money & get stuff:
Startup Weekend Tokyo Tech cost 9000yen or 5000yen (if you are students). Your ticket covers seven meals, snack, access to exclusive resources from our sponsors, and of course, all the coffee you can drink.

Join a global community:
Join over 45,000 Startup Weekend alumni, all on a mission to change the world.

Coach

Shingo Hiranuma

SnSnap CTO Service development
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Shunichiro Kaneshiro

misosil, Inc CEO
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Takashi Yano

HALO, Inc  Founder & CEO NEWTYPE�Grobal Employment Placement Businesses(in preparation)
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2002 scenario-center「scenario writer training course」
2003 Keio University Faculty of Letters Sociology Major
2004 Entered HowFull’s, Inc (TV Program AD)
2005 Entered OPT, Inc
2006 OPT,Inc. Media Dev(about 100)MVP
2007 OPT,Inc. Business Plan Contest 1st Prize
2008 Established HALO, Inc CEO 
2010 Smartphone advertising agency business
→transformed to Smartphone media agency business
2012 App Store General Free Ranking 1st Place
2013 Off-shore development at Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
2015 App Downloads total of 10million+ (soon selling off)
2016 Smartphone media business�   → Grobal Employment Placement Businesses(in preparation)

Koji Ikemura

KUROKO, Inc CEO
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Technology coach

Kajiwara

Kuramae Industry Association Kuramae venture counseling room coordinator
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Makoto Hasegawa

Kuramae Industry Association Kuramae venture counseling room coordinator
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Kurihara

Kuramae Industry Association Kuramae venture counseling room coordinator
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Akio Mitani

Kuramae Industry Association Kuramae venture counseling room coordinator
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Judge

Sadaoki Furui

Toyota Technologocal Institute at Chicago President
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Hisao Taki

Gurunavi, Inc. CEO
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Takeshi Saito

Managing Director
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Managing Director Takeshi Saito has extensive industrial coverage, which includes manufacturing, IT and telecommunications, as well as the service sector. He is currently a member of a working committee in the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and an outside director of Exvision Inc. He also serves as a faculty at the Institute for Strategic Leadership. He was a Managing Director at IRCJ and directed such cases as OCC, Ogura, and Phenix and also served as a managing director of Kanebo. Prior to IRCJ, he was with CDI, where he led numerous cases on business start-ups and strategy formulation and implementation.
He holds ME from the Tokyo Institute of Technology and MSc in e-commerce from Carnegie Mellon University.

Minoru Taketi

Vinclu, Inc. CEO
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■ Startup Weekend "Text Book" on "1 minute Idea Pitch" by Dave McClure

http://500hats.typepad.com/500blogs/2009/08/your-solution-is-not-my-problem.html
(You will see link to the original Dave McClure text )

◆If you have question, please feel free to email;
startupweekend.tokyotech@gmail.com

◆Web site
http://tokyo.startupweekend.org/

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