Date: Saturday, April 13
Time: 16:00 – 18:00
Venue: Kyoto, Japan – Doshisha University, Imadegawa Campus
Kambaikan Building 3F Presentation Hall
One minute from Imadegawa Stn. on the Kyoto Subway, Karasuma Line
Hosting Committee: Kansai – External Affairs Committee
Fee: Free, advance registration required
Register Online: Follow the QR code or access the following URL
Today, people are no longer motivated to work by salary alone. Given this fact, tomorrow's leaders and CEOs must strive to establish a strong company culture that incentivizes all employees to achieve the same goal and is able to connect with them emotionally. Kenshin Fujiwara will share his key insights and lessons learned from his 15 years of entrepreneurship.
Kenshin Fujiwara has 15 years of experience with technology companies, from working on PlayStation development for Sony Computer Entertainment to start-ups involving the Israeli Military. He has co-founded numerous start-ups, with two successful exits. The first was acquired by a publicly owned Japanese firm and the second was sold to an American company. In addition to co-founding Makers Boot Camp, a start-up specializing in IoT hardware, he is currently the CEO of Haracus, an AI start-up based in Kyoto.
This is a collaborative event with Doshisha Business School, please register through the following google forms URL: https://goo.gl/forms/X5nLlP9ijaSbQxMO2
If you cannot join us in Kyoto, we encourage you to join us on Facebook where this event will be streamed live! Please make sure to like the Doshisha Global MBA Facebook Page in advance to receive updates and to find out when we're live. There is no need to register if you plan to join us online on Facebook. Find out what time the event will be held in your timezone here.
Arthur Matsumoto, Co-Chair
Steve Iwamura, Co-Chair
Kansai – External Affairs Committee