Tokyo Startup Pitch Night (November) Demo+Pitch & Netwo­­rking

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Welcome to Tokyo Startup Pitch Night hosted by Tokyo Startup Engineers. As always, we want to give an opportunity for startups and entrepreneurs to present their daily work in front of an audience with a wide variety of background.

Schedule

• 18:45 Reception/Networking

• 19:00 Introductions

• 19:10 Presentations start

• Verlocal (https://www.verlocal.com/) - Will Lee

• Makers Boot Camp (http://www.makersboot.camp) - Marie-Eve Menger

• ENT (http://www.Rent-meee.com) - Chihirp Tanno, Carl Albright

• Paradise Ware Inc. (http://www.makersboot.camp/) - Masayoshi Hashimoto

• Twiflo, LLC (http://twiflo.com/) - Yuki Sakoda

• TEGLET (http://blade.wafflecell.com/hp) - Masayuki Note

• E-Flamingo GK (https://e-flamingo.net/en/k7campaign.html) - Joel De Jesus

• 20:10 Short announcements from audience

• 20:15 Networking

• 21:00 Closing

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Presenters

Will Lee (CEO at Verlocal (https://www.verlocal.com/))

Will Lee studied Artificial Intelligence at Stanford and now runs Verlocal, an online platform where people can monetize their passions. His mission is to convert individuals to one-person business owners, to fully maximize their full potential.

Masayoshi Hashimoto (CEO at Paradise Ware Inc. (http://www.makersboot.camp))

Founder, CEO of Paradise Ware Inc. Experienced Project/Product manager for 14 years and over 120 projects executions.

Marie-Eve Menger (BizDev at Makers Boot Camp (http://www.makersboot.camp))

German-born, lived and worked across Europe before landing in Japan this year. When I am not exploring Tokyo or not working at Makers Boot Camp, where I do Network relations, Business Development and Marketing, I am trying to learn Japanese.

Chihiro Tanno and Carl Albright (Founder at ENT (http://www.Rent-meee.com))

Chihiro Tanno is an entrepreneur who started up ENT 3 years ago. She wants to create a service that helps break cultural barriers in Japan and allow for interesting experiences and exchange.

Yuki Sakoda (COO at Twiflo, LLC (http://twiflo.com/))

Animation producer and COO at Twiflo, LLC.

Masayuki Note (Founder at TEGLET (http://blade.wafflecell.com/hp))

Masayuki Note and his colleagues started the Waffle Cell project in 2012, and in collaboration with a multinational computer maker, we are about to release a personal server computer in the Japanese market next Spring. He is going to talk why we need a compact server computer at home to change the Internet infrastructure.

Joel De Jesus (Founder at E-Flamongo GK (https://e-flamingo.net/en/k7campaign.html))

I am trained in mathematics, fan of fax machines and other simple appliances. I like Bitcoin.

Organizers

Dimitri Akimaru (Founder at Morphus.ai (https://www.morphus.ai/))

Tech entrepreneur passionate to connect people and spark meaningful encounters. Previously founded companies in the Bay Area and the Midwest related to Fintech, Biometrics, Blockchain and Social Network. Currently working on an AI assisted virtual people discovery app, Morphus (https://www.morphus.ai/).

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Who we are

We are a group of Entrepreneurs/Engineers who love work for or love startups. Our goal is to make Tokyo the startup hub of Asia by providing an opportunity for Entrepreneurs to showcase their work and ask for help to grow their product.

Our meetup events are held in English as an initiative to be globally understood. We encourage all level of english speakers to attend.

Who you are

Attendees range from Startups Founders to Engineers, Designers, and Startup Enthusiasts. If you are interested in meeting entrepreneurs, contribute to a startup, or want to listen to English pitches, come join us!

What to bring, PLEASE READ!

Bring some form of ID or security won't let you in. Don't forget your business cards for the networking session.

Venue - (Ninetytwo13 (https://www.ninetytwo13.com/))

Beautifully designed co-working and co-living space with an emphasis on building a strong startup community. As always, please be respectful of the environment so that we can keep hosting these events.

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Akasaka[masked], Minato-ku, Tokyo

東京都港区赤坂9−2−13