Waseda University and GTIE run a highly effective entrepreneurship education program. Alumni have won global business model competitions and have succeeded in fundraising over millions of dollars.
Meet the next candidates expected to be global entrepreneurs and unicorn companies of tomorrow. Get to know the overview of GTIE, watch pitches from young entrepreneurs supported by our previous programs, and network with the speakers in this session.
– introduction of GTIE,
– pitches from young entrepreneurs who are supported by Waseda University and/or GTIE,
– networking session with speakers
Find out more about this project here. This session takes place 17:00-18:30 Japan time.
- MC: OHMORI Shunichi, Associate Professor at Waseda University
- Remarks: SHIMAOKA Mikiko, Professor at Waseda University
- Presenters: Japanese young entrepreneurs (startups, University students, and high school students)
- HATAKEYAMA Akira, CEO at Reiwaseda Inc. and 1st year student at Graduate school of Waseda University
- AOKI Shiho, CTO at IATD Co.,Ltd. and 4th year Waseda University student
- TANAKA Hiroki, CEO at Urth inc. and 2nd year student at Graduate school of Waseda University
- NAKATSUJI Arata, 3rd year Waseda University student
- NITTA Lyie, CEO at TABEL Co.,Ltd. and 2nd year student at Graduate school of Waseda University
- KATAYAMA Sho, Core member at Suishow and 5th year Waseda University student
- SEO Hyunkyo, 4th year Waseda University student
- KUMEGAWA Kaho 2nd year high school student
- AKIYAMA Tomoka, 1st year high school student
- HAGISHIMA Momoka, 1st year high school student
- MUKOGAWA Ayane, 1st year high school student
- KONNO Aayaka, Representative at Solitude LLC, 3rd year high school student
About the organisers
Waseda University focuses on entrepreneurship education in various areas, including businesses based on advanced science and technology and businesses that solve social problems.
Greater Tokyo Innovation Ecosystem – A platform designed to “”nurture University Startups that can change the world”” by universities in the Metropolitan area of Japan.