tokyo2point0 #11は明日4月8日開催


このところ、僕の情報源として非常に役立っているイベント、Tokyo2point0 。次は明日8日の開催予定で、僕は残念ながら参加できそうにない。今回は「Venture Capital & LIMS: the Multi-level Blogging and ECommerce Platform」。

毎回ustreamでも流れるので、会場に行かなくてもプレゼンをきくことはできるのだが、Networkingの時間も日本人だけの懇親会とはまた一風違った感じなので、会場に行ける人はぜひ一度足を運んでみるべきだろう。このイベントでの主要言語は英語で、プレゼンテーションもだいたい英語(通訳がついたりつかなかったり)。外国でパーティに出ているのに近い感覚になるのだが、実はほとんどの人が日本語を話せるし、日本人の拙い英語にも慣れている。

Date: Tuesday April 8th
Time: 7-10pm
7.00-7.30 Doors open & Networking
7.30-8.00: Venture Capital for Technology Startups
8.10-8.45: Asian Tapas Buffet & Networking
8.45-9.00: Press Army Update
9.00-9:30: LIMS: the Multi-level Blogging and ECommerce Platform
9.30-22:00: More networking

Cost: 2,500 yen – Includes Asian Tapas & 2 drinks
Venue: Fujimamas 6-3-2 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Map & Directions: www.fujimamas.com…

参加費用は2500円で、参加される方は、Tokyo2point0に書かれている要領にしたがって、事前に申し込む必要がある。

以下はプログラムの詳細。

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Presentation 1: Venture Capital for Tech Startups

When
should I start thinking about venture capital funding for my startup?
What do VCs look for in a pitch? How much can I expect and what will it
cost? Aki Ohashi from ngi capital, inc., will be talking about his
experiences in technology startups and venture capital and will try
to answer these and other questions at the April 8th meeting of the Tokyo2point0 conference at Fujimama’s in Harajuku.

Aki
Ohashi, an American born Japanese, is a partner with ngi capital, inc.
The firm specializes in early stage investments in Internet and mobile
phone startups, including mixi, inc., the largest social network in
Japan, currently worth about US$2 billion. Prior to ngi capital, Aki
was
a director and COO for Tilefile, K.K. , a multimedia based social
networking service in Japan. Before Tilefile, Aki was a management
consultant at Acumen/L.E.K. Consulting (Japan). His other experiences
in information technology industry include Mediaplex (US), an Internet
advertising
technology company (a ValueClick, Inc. company), and Cognizant
Technology Solutions (US), an IT consultancy. Aki holds dual bachelor’s
degrees from the University of Texas and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon
University.

Presentation 2: LIMS: the Multi-level Blogging and ECommerce Platform

eSynapse (www.esynapse.co.jp)
is a Kojimachi-based startup. Their flagship service is LIMS – a
commercial blogging platform with eCommerce integration features.

Hidekazu Zeniya (CEO):
Background
in DB and application development at Fujitsu, then company management
at DD Press Japan, before founding eSynapse in July 2005.

Rob Cawte (CTO): web2.0japan.com
Online
since 1990. Started Web Workshop – one of New Zealand’s first web
development shops in 1994. In Japan has been VP of Program Management
at ValueCommerce, and Solution Delivery Manager at Microsoft Japan. In
between worked on development and consulting for sites for SAS,
Porsche, Volvo Japan, ABB, Renault, and others.

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