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Challenge to found a Fintech Startup of your own! Yes, famous people come to this event, but Do not come to meet them. Come to make your Fintech startup of future Real!
We'll do it in Japanese and English as usual.
(Facilitator will speak in Japanese mainly.)
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:
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.
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:
Your ticket covers seven meals, snack, access to exclusive resources from our sponsors, and of course, all the coffee you can drink.
※Please make sure that we will not be refundable after Nov 11, one week ago from the event.
Join a global community:
Join over 45,000 Startup Weekend alumni, all on a mission to change the world.
■ Startup Weekend "Text Book" on "1-minute Idea Pitch" by Dave McClure
(You will see link to the original Dave McClure text )
Born in Canada. He grew up in Canada, Singapore, France and Japan. '00 Master's program at Tokyo Institute of Technology '00 - 08 he is in charge of project manager for IBM Global Project in Japan. '08 INSEAD MBA obtained. Consulting management strategy for major enterprises at the management strategy office. '10 Launched Locondo.jp. '11 Slogan New Business Partner, GREE Global Alliance. He wanted to prepare a service that makes it possible to make office work easier from my own hardship and troubles of entrepreneurs around and started 'Mary Biz' accounting service in Ribbon Corporation (now Mary Biz Inc.) in February '12. He also serves as a representative director of the FinTech Association (http://www.fintechjapan.org).
Sales Strategy Div Head / Google Japan
Graduated Amherst College majored in social anthropology. She became program assistant in IFC at Washington D.C assisted officers in coordinating technical assistance projects in developing countries by supporting feasibility studies, funding approvals, and project reviews. Joined ArtDigita to develop early-stage open-source web content management venture. Co-ordinated developers in five different locations and managed software release, source-control, bug tracking/arbitrage, and developer environment. with the acquisition of ArsDigita to Red Hat Transitioned from middleware to Enterprise Linux Consulting then back to middleware after the acquisition of JBoss in 2006 to launch JBoss consulting services for EMEA in London. Later she worked at Accenture Strategy as a strategy & sustainability managing director. currently working at Google Japan Sales Strategy Division head.
Director APAC / Techstars
Oko is an active founder and a community builder. He has co-founded and helps run several startups in Asia. Oko has received a bachelors degree in Finance from Portland State University before continuing onto a masters degree in Engineering Technology Management but decided to return home to Mongolia. He then received his MBA in Mongolia. When he is not working, he can be found on Squash courts or on long-haul Motorbike rides in Asia.
President of Frotier Partners LLC
Co-founder＆CTO of United Bitcoiners Inc.
Ph.D. of Particle Physics from Niigata Univ. Via Kakaku.com and BizMobile Inc., he has worked on search engines, big data analysis, data warehouse, and so on. Founded Frontier Partners LLC in 2014 Apr.
Besides his companies, taking the technical adviser at Blockchain hub Inc and one of the ambassadors of Blockchain Association in Japan.
Founder&CEO / AND Global
At 19 years old, as the lead engineer of the Mongolian Telecommunications Company – the state telecoms authority. he’s team developed a firewall that cost 1/10th of the current market price. it was widely implemented at local organizations starting with the parliament, government agencies, large banks and telecoms companies. later as a CTO at G-Mobile corporation, with the goal of reducing cost, He raised US$24M in 6 months to fund the company’s R&D and operations.he successfully installed 220 network towers in remote regions of Mongolia within a year with the limited budget. In 2015 he and his friends co-founded And Global PTE.LTD., Singapore based company, that developed a new application LendMN which successfully launched it in 2015. In April 2016 the company received $1M in seed funding and later on raised $4M with the $30.8M valuation in August. His startup introduced mobile-based micro-lending to the North Asian country. within two months of commercial launch in April 2017 operations turned to profit. he is currently working on expanding their operations to Southeast Asian countries.
COO / AND Global
Currently, Bayarsaikhan is Chief Operating Officer at AND Global Pte.Ltd, a FinTech startup registered in Singapore. AND Global has active operations in Mongolia, Philippine, and Japan, and it has raised $5M so far from both local and international investors. Its first product is called LendMN, an AI-powered mobile based microlending service for underbanked consumers, and has issued over hundreds of thousands of microloans across Asia.
He is a serial entrepreneur, who has previously founded multiple startups including BizNetwork.mn, a well-known professional social network that connects local employers with job seekers. Recently, he has also worked as a product leader for global tech companies like Amazon and Dell. Bayarsaikhan comes from an engineering background with BSc. in Computer Engineering and understands business with his MBA from the University of Washington.
Business Consultant / Accenture
A business consultant within Accenture’s Strategy group based in Tokyo. Since she joined Accenture in 2012, She has mainly been working on Japanese government-led projects and international expansion projects of global companies in green energy, infrastructure, and construction industry. Her most recent project has been about supporting foreign start-ups to expand their business in Japan market.
Consultant / World Bank
Enkhbolor is an international consultant on Information network technology and innovation promotion. She initiates and carries out projects using non-traditional and innovative approach. The projects encompass goals to strengthen the skills of employees, improve workplaces, promote e-governance, develop infrastructure, accelerate entrepreneurship and green development.
AND Global 様
AND Global is a fintech company that is quickly expanding across Asia, powered by machine learning and brilliant minds.
100BANCH 様 （会場スポンサー）
100 BANCH is a facility that starts with the idea that Panasonic will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2018 and is a facility to tackle the creation of new value that will lead to the next 100 years, along with the young generation that will be in the future era.
|Mar 2(Fri)||Mar 3(Sat)||Mar 4(Sun)|
|18:30 Dinner & Networking||09:00 Breakfast||09:00 Breakfast|
|18:50 Welcome||12:00 Lunch||13:00 Lunch|
|19:00 Introduction||14:00 Mentoring||15:00 Last presentation setup|
|20:00 1 minute pitches||18:00 Dinner||15:30 Tech Check|
|20:50 Discussion & Voting||22:00 End of day||17:00 Final Presentations|
|21:00 Building Teams||19:00 Dinner & Judging|
|22:00 End of evening||19:30 Party Time!|
|21:00 Time to go home!|
Facilitator: DongYol Lee
Lead Organizer; Hideki Ougimoto
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