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Hometown: Croton, NY

Member since:

August 28, 2008

What is your reason for joining the group?

I'm new to Tokyo so I'd like to network, make new friends, and learn about the experiences of business owners and entrepreneurs in Japan.

Are you running your own small business?

Our company has about 12 full-time workers, 4 part-time workers, and 20 or so freelance translators. We have one full-time Japanese translator here in Tokyo, and her and I will head up the new branch. I'm looking forward to meeting everyone. Thanks.

How long have you been in business?

Okabe & Yampolsky Translations was founded in 1998 and I joined the firm in March 2006. I worked as a translator - in kind of an apprentice role - until last month when I moved to Tokyo.


Hello, My name is Brendan Elliott and I came to Tokyo last month to open a branch office for the company I work for, Okabe & Yampolsky Translations. When we move into our new office next month, I'll head up the sales and marketing efforts.

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