Our October event brings you a special program entitled “Engineer Breakthrough” including a panel discussion. Japanese web industry wants to hire much more system engineers in order to satisfy with the workforce needs, but companies in the industry have insufficient opportunity to meet potential employees and tend to make a temporary way to get out of the problem without solving its origin. (e.g.: a boom that web service companies offering a one-time incentive for new employees.) Time is precious for companies, that way is not always bad. But how can we solve the origin?
The new program focuses on how we should be working on for enlarging the total population of Japanese system engineers, which is organized by Mr. Noriyuki Yamazaki, a CEO of Zero Start Communications and engineers who agree to his ideas.
Attending panelists are system engineers who know well on the industry and how to get a better solution. In order to make the program work, this edition takes a new format for the registration of attending.
We start accepting the registration from approximately 50 engineers, first. After that, approximately 10 start-up entrepreneurs will be allowed to register.
After the panel discussion, we’ll have a meet-up of entrepreneurs and engineers as usual. Thank you for understanding and cooperation.
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Date: October 7, 2010 (Thursday) 6pm to 10pm
6:30pm to 8:30pm: ( Door open 6pm )
Engineer breakthrough: “How Engineers Should Grow Up?”
Shuichi Wada (CTO, Rocketstart)
Kazunori Sato (Stillhouse)
Shimpei Otani (Information Services International-Dentsu)
Takashi Kobayashi (Brainpad)
Tobishi Kambayashi (Ulsystems)
Yuki Namikawa (Cyber Agent)
Koji Fukunaga (fkoji.com)
Takako Kansai (User Local, Inc.)
Masaaki Yonebayashi (Abby Co.,Ltd.)
8:30pm to 10:30pm:
Startup Dating including elevator pitch presentations by start-up entrepreneurs
Entrance Fee: Entrepreneurs and Others = 5000 yen, Developers, Engineers, and Programmers = 500 yen.
(Our food sponsor Takumen.com will serve you food and beverages)
Location: Sumitomo Fudousan Kojimachi Building No. 3, 3-6 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102-0083
(2 min walk from “Kojimachi” Yuurakucho Line / 4 min Walk from “Hannzomon” Hannzomon Line)
Venue sponsor: KDDI Web Communications
Food Sponsor: Takumen.com (A home delivery service of frozen noodles and soups that allows you to cook popular ramen shop recipes at home)
Media Sponsor: Gijutsu-Hyoron