Is Tokyo the next Silicon Valley? New policies by the Abe administration have led to more opportunities for entrepreneurs, including one-year startup visas for non-Japanese to immigrate to Japan and start their own businesses. The BBC says Japan is "on the brink of a major cultural shift." The environment for Japanese and non-Japanese entrepreneurs has warmed, offering more incubators, more funding for start-ups, and greater networking among people in the start-up industry. What methods and applications have been successful for entrepreneurs in the past few years, and what challenges still remain? G1 Global brought together successful entrepreneurs—all non-Japanese—who were inspired in Japan and are now looking to expand globally.
October 14, 2018 G1 Global Conference
Discover the GLOBIS MBA through events in Japan, online, and worldwide.All Events
MBA Coffee Chat in Taipei
Online Seminar “How to Future-Proof Your Career”
Disrupting the MBA with the Hub & Online Model 〜Special Seminar prior to the opening of GLOBIS Asia Campus in Singapore～
“Marketing & Strategy” MBA Trial Class in Cebu