In order to avoid possible transit issues caused by the earthquake and scheduled blackouts, please remind you this edition will start 30 minutes earlier than usual. Check out the agenda shown below.
Our 6th event will feature the world Internet trends. When we look around web services outside Japan, how do you feel? Are Japanese services are superior? Cheers to Silicon Valley?
We have a language barrier in Japan, it’s hard to understand how the things are going on outside the country. But Facebook has 140 million users in Asia. In Indonesia, there are 35 million Facebook users, which is ranked in the 2nd place around the globe. Weibo, a Twitter clone in Mainland China, has engaged over 100 million users.
When I visited Hong Kong for covering tech start-up scenes, the people I talked with were mostly Facebook users (3.5 million monthly active users among the region’s population of 7 million). Then I just became a heavy user of it. It allows me to get replies from anyone faster than Gmail.
This edition will invite the geeks who know such web service trends outside the country. Moderated by Mrs. Takako Kansai. Panelists are as follows. We look forward to your attending.
# For those who are interested in demo-ing your new service (lightning talk), please contact us. Each presentation must be completed in about five minutes.
All segments of the lightening talk are now occupied. Thanks for your interest.
【How to apply】
Please apply from this page.
We appreciate more sign-ups than we’ve expected. We have closed the application form. If you’ve signed up from 9pm of Mar 9 to 8pm of Mar 10, your are on our waiting list. You will receive a reminder e-mail a few days prior to the event if we accept your attendance. Thank you for understanding.
In order to avoid possible transit issues caused by the earthquake and scheduled blackouts, please remind you this edition will start 30 minutes earlier than usual.
6:30pm-8pm: Panel discussion “The World’s Internet Trends Summit”
Reception to be opened at 6pm.
Panelists (in arbitrary order):
Moderator：Takako Kansai/Twitter: @kansai_takako
– Brasil … Naoko Tsubaki/Twitter @tryal
– Vietnam … Viet Suzuki/Twitter @VietL
– Mainland China … Jingbin Chan
– France … Remka Real
– Russia … Koki Nishida/Twitter @knishida777
– The Phillipines … Dan Delima
– Sweden … Takashi Kudo
8pm-8:45pm: Startup Dating (meet-up opportunity segment)
8:45pm: Final Call
8pm-8:30pm: Lightning talks
Yoshio Narita from Qomune(@yoshioNARITA)
Daisuke Kusaba from Womcom
Shuichi Ishibashi(@usersan) and Takayuki Miyauchi from Sassor(@t_38)
Naoko Tsubaki from EC Navi (@tryal)
Takako Kansai from JPNewTech(@kansai_takako)
Naoki Yamada from Conyac(@naokey)
【Date】Mar 28, 2011 (Mon) 6:30pm to 9pm (door opening at 6pm)
【Admission fee】System developers = 500yen, Entrepreneurs/others=2,000yen
# Light refreshments and drinks to be served.
【Venue】KDDI Web Communications (6th Flr.)
Sumitomo Fudosan Bldg. No. 3
6, Kojimachi 3-Chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
(2-min walk from Kojimachi-stn Yurakucho-line, 4-min walk from Hanzomon-stn Hanzomon-line, 11-min walk from Yotsuya stn., JR line)
Venue sponsor: KDDI Web Communications
Food sponsor: Awabar
Media sponsor: Gijutsu-Hyoronsha,TechCrunch Japan and Asiajin
BRIDGE MembersBRIDGEでは会員制度「BRIDGE Members」を運営しています。会員向けコミュニティ「BRIDGE Tokyo」ではテックニュースやトレンド情報のまとめ、Discord、イベントなどを通じて、スタートアップと読者のみなさんが繋がる場所を提供いたします。登録は無料です。
- イベント「BRIDGE Tokyo」