Global Entrepreneurship Week - Panel Discussion
Being entrepreneurial is all about taking risks, overcoming challenges, and learning to make tough decisions that can benefit both yourself and others you lead. Entrepreneurship is also about finding your passion, experiencing joy in doing something unique, and possibly even inspiring others to do the same along the way.
Local founders and Innovators, all with education experience abroad, will discuss the risks and benefits of becoming an Entrepreneur in Japan.
Hosted by IMPACT Foundation Japan
Co-Organized by the Berkeley Club of Japan, and Japan Stanford Association.
Opening remarks by U.S. Embassy Representative
National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies - Soukairou Hall (300人)
7-22-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8677
7:15PM - 9:45PM (Registration begins at 6:45PM)
*Reception with complimentary drinks and snacks from 8:45PM ~
Free (Please click on Going)
Dr. Kiyoshi Kurokawa (Chairman, IMPACT Foundation Japan)
Opening Remarks by
US Embassy Representative.
Mr. Kakutaro Kitashiro (Former President, IBM Japan)
Panel Discussion led by
Hiroko Kaneko (Senior Partner, EY ShinNihon LLC. – Chair, Winning Women’s Network)
Hiro Maeda (Managing Director of Beenos)
Doga Maikura (20year old dynamic social entrepreneur - TEDxYouth Ambassador)
Tadayasu Kiyokawa (CEO of Oh My Glasses, *STANFORD Graduate)
Hideki Ota (CEO, Schoolwith)
- Subtitle was changed to "The Risks and Benefits of Becoming an Entrepreneur". Orig#61808 2014-11-19 08:58:43