By Robert Eberhart, Fujiyo Ishiguro, Shinichi Takamiya, Vachara Phanchet and Georges Desvaux.
< Session Title >
G1 Global Conference 2014
Breakout Session II ＜B ＞
Entrepreneurship in Japan: Where does Growth Come from?
< Date > September 15, 2013
< Venue > GLOBIS University, Tokyo Campus
< Duration > 1:16:10
< Session description >
Entrepreneurship and innovation have long been considered to be a crucial component of economic growth. The “third arrow” of Abenomics includes policies intended to restore Japan’s venture spirit, although its true effects may only become visible in the longer term. What are the driving forces behind entrepreneurship, and what strategies should be pursued to create an environment that can maximize prospects for dynamic growth? Panelists with experience and in-depth knowledge of business innovations and startups in Japan and Asia will discuss these topics.
Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship
Santa Clara University
President and CEO, Netyear Group Corporation
Partner, Chief Strategy Officer
GLOBIS Capital Partners
Chairman Emeritus, Pacific Basin Economic Council
Managing Partner, McKinsey Japan
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