On September 27 & 28, the fourth edition of Tech in Asia Tokyo hosted 1,548 founders, corporates, investors, developers, industry experts, and other members of the tech community for two days of power-packed talks, workshops, and networking.
Two of Japan’s top 10 funded companies – Raksul and Freee – shared how business traditions in Japan are creating opportunities for startups. Industry experts discussed the impact blockchain tech is having on the local financial services industry, as well as Japan’s quest to become the world’s blockchain capital. We also debuted our Startup Strategy workshop series to help startups hone their skills – from lean economics, to branding and UX – to grow their business.
Some of our attendees took to Twitter to share the latest happenings and up-and-coming startups that they discovered.
If you haven’t had time to catch up on all the action from Tech in Asia Tokyo 2017, here’s a nifty infographic, courtesy of our friends at Piktochart.
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Up next: Tech in Asia Jakarta 2017
Our fourth edition of Tech in Asia Tokyo could not have been made possible without the combined efforts of all our attendees, volunteers, speakers, sponsors, and partners. While we prepare to come back bigger and stronger next year – mark your calendars for November 1 & 2 as we host over 5,000 individuals from the tech community at Tech in Asia Jakarta 2017.
Psst, don’t miss your final chance to score 10 percent off Jakarta passes when you get yours before tonight, October 13, 11:59PM (GMT +7). The magic code is tiajkt10.
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