Launched "Japan Tech Channel"
We have launched "Itarunn's Japan Tech Channel" on YouTube, a vlog channel on which our founder, Itaru Ueda, provides information on startup companies, venture investment, real estate investment, and business succession.
To all those affected by the Noto Peninsula earthquake
We extend our deepest condolences to everyone affected by the Noto Peninsula earthquake and to the families of those who tragically lost their lives. We sincerely pray for a speedy recovery and the restoration of peaceful days for all of you.
Began to provide mentoring services to Japanese companies on a trial basis.
Japan Tech Ventures Limited, in collaboration with Innovation Dojo Japan LLC, has launched a trial mentoring service to promote open innovation among Japanese companies. This service is part of the Black Belt series and is scheduled to launch next year.
Reference: Innovation Dojo Japan's press release (Japanese only)
Tomakomai Apartment Renovation 1st Step Complete
The first step of the renovation of our apartment in Tomakomai City, Japan, for the exploration and proof of concept of new ways of working for companies, startups, and small and medium-sized enterprises in rural areas, has been completed. We will continue to work towards unique utilization.
We plan to focus on workation and dual life in the second phase and beyond. Stay tuned!
We updated our corporate website.
Renovation of Our Experimental Apartment Started
We have started renovating an apartment in Tomakomai City, Hokkaido, which we acquired in May 2023 for experimental work on working styles in local areas for companies, startups, and small and medium-sized enterprises. We aim to start operation within 2023.
Tomakomai City is adjacent to Chitose City, where a major semiconductor manufacturer is constructing a factory. The city is expected to develop in the future.
We have Started Supporting LUMIA
We have started supporting Lumia Corporation, a manufacturer and distributor of high-quality, long-life high-bay and outdoor LED lighting.
Lumia's LED lighting features a power circuit that does not use electrolytic capacitors, making it resistant to high temperatures and vibration. In recent years, the number of high-temperature environments such as warehouses has increased due to extreme heat and reduced AC due to robotization. Lumia's LED lighting can operate stably in these environments, contributing to energy savings and improved safety. In addition, the reliable housing design makes it resistant to shock and vibration even as a standard product, making it suitable for a variety of applications such as factories and logistics facilities.
In the future, we will support the spread of Lumia's LED lighting and contribute to the strengthening of Japan's manufacturing power and the realization of a decarbonized society.
Greetings on Our First Anniversary
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of our customers for their continued support over the past year. We are committed to providing you with the best possible service in the future.