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Schedule: Friday, Aug, 23rd 18:30 - 25th 21:00
Place: Digital Garage, Ebisu
Contents: This is an entrepreneurial experience event where participants gathered together to build a team. The theme is "GreenTech". They start a business in 54 hours.
Participants: All people who want to create new business !! Regardless of age and age, sex, nationality and occupation.
Startup Weekend is the name of the entrepreneurial experience community that began in the United States in 2007 and is also the name of the event.
It was held in over 150 countries and 200,000 people are experiencing it. Since 2009, more than 200 meetings have been held in over 30 cities in Japan, with more than 5,000 people participating in Japan.
Startup Weekend with the theme "GreenTech" will be held in Japan for the first time!
Why do not you try challenging to create a space business by crossing dreams and business perspective?
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.
SW is not ideason, Hackathon, business plan contest.
Discover customer's problem. We will build up the product and repeat the verification of the appropriateness of the hypothesis and the solution to the problem. It will be a challenge to how much we can achieve this within a limited time of 54 hours.
Everything necessary for team startup is a condensed program, and SW is also the name of the community for those who continue to challenge. An event called an organizer, which has always been one or more participants' experiences, has been created by the members of the management member, and the community is established by members qualified as facilitators to protect the value of the brand.
"Startup Weekend Tokyo GreenTech" which will be held this time will be a SW as a "theme event" set as the theme "Utilization of technology on Energy, Environment and Sustainability. Participants who want to announce ideas on the first day and want to recruit team members need to pitch 60 seconds along this theme. Also the final pitch in the evening of the last day must be in line with the theme.
|18:30 Open Venue||09:00 Open Venue||09:00 Open Venue|
|18:35 Start mingling with Pizza||14:00 Start Coaching||15:00 Tech-Check|
|19:00 Start Event||16:00 Finish Coaching||17:00 Final Presentation|
|20:10 60 seconds pitches||18:00 Dinner||19:00 Winner announced|
|20:50 Voting||21:00 Day2 Fin||19:30 Party|
|21:30 Team Building||21:00 Day3 Fin|
|22:00 Day1 Fin||21:00 Close Venue|
Experts on Energy, start-ups, and venture investments will join the event as coaches to assist the participating aspiring entrepreneurs in refining their business fundamentals and their pitches.
Tim Romero is a Tokyo-based entrepreneur, podcaster and author who has started four companies and led Japan market entry for others since coming to Japan more than 25 years ago. Tim hosts the Disrupting Japan podcast, teaches corporate innovation and entrepreneurship at the NYU Shinagawa campus and is CTO of TEPCO Ventures. Tim is deeply involved in Japan's startup community as an investor, founder and mentor.
Position: Assoc. Prof. Affiliation: Department of Technology Management for Innovation,The University of Tokyo Department of Systems Innovation,Faculty of Engineering,The University of Tokyo.
GENEROSITY Chief Technical Officer
KIBOW Impact Investment Team. Full-time faculty at GLOBIS.
enerbank inc. CEO
btrax Japan Senior Advisor
Digital Garage, Inc. Company Executive
Energy & Environment Investment, Inc. Director
[Provided from the host]:
7 meals (dinner on the first day, morning, noon and dinner on the 2nd and 3rd days), soft drinks, Alchole (Friday and Sunday).
Pens, post-it and papers.
[NOT Provided from the host]: We don't provide Computers and Smartphones. So if it is necessary for you to use those things, please bring them.
[Number of people planning to participate] : 30
Just like other Startup Weekend, there is no requirement for any qualifications, skills, experience etc that are essential to participate.
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