Circuit board printing startup AgIC wins startup competition at TechCrunch Tokyo

AgIC CEO Shinya Shimizu (right) receives the grand prize from senior editor Ryan Lawler.

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TechCrunch Japan, the local version of US-based tech news blog, held an annual showcase event called TechCrunch Tokyo yesterday and today. At its startup battle competition where 12 finalists competed against each others in pitching, circuit board printing startup AgIC won the grand prize while OpenLogi, an outsourced logistics service for small/medium-sized companies and freelancers, won the judges’ special prize.

Our readers may recall that AgIC recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for the erasable enhanced version of its circuit pattern maker based on electro-conductive ink technology.

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OpenLogi CEO Hidetsugu Ito (right) receives the judge’s special prize from TechCrunch Japan Editor-in-Chief Ken Nishimura