I will speak as a panelist at the entrepreneurship seminar held at the Yokohama City Hall Atrium.
The theme is “in-house entrepreneurship”.
In my late twenties, after getting a national qualification as a management consultant for three years without holidays while working, I joined Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting and engaged in consulting work for clients, and then joined a venture company of about 10 people aiming to become an entrepreneur. After improving the company-wide business, I started a new business in 2005 with the aim of becoming an independent company as an in-house entrepreneur.
The new business of supporting people with disabilities with organic cosmetics, which was desperately worked on by two people in our thirties at that time, was a huge success on the scale of 1 billion yen in one year. However, the story of the separation of independence was canceled, the head office aiming to go public was absorbed the growth business, and the top of the new business was expelled, leading to my true independence and entrepreneurship.
From a state of nothingness to survival, the bankruptcy of a business partner on the way makes it unclear, but we are working day and night to launch a new business in order to greatly exceed the previous business, and ORALPEACE project has entered the world and space until now. I would like to send you various backgrounds, how you should be an entrepreneur, and a passionate message to young people.
Youth is not age. Regardless of age, if you have the mindset to take on new challenges with a young feeling, you can still be an entrepreneur today.
After returning from a business trip to launch an overseas base last week, I am worried about the current situation in Japan, where the temperature and economy are chilling, but I believe that spring will soon come if we all take on new challenges.
It would be great if many people could take this opportunity to learn about social issues that are difficult to receive light.
Instead of just living for yourself every day, change the future for someone. What you can do will change society and communities better.
That is an entrepreneur and a social entrepreneur.
And our life is only once.
It’s a cold time at the end of February, but I hope that a small light that will try something new this year will light up in your heart.
If you are interested, let’s meet in Yokohama !! PEACE !!
“In-house entrepreneurship seminar-Energizing Japan from Yokohama-”
It is important for each person to work with an entrepreneurial mindset in order to revitalize Japan from Yokohama. Now is your chance when the Japanese economy is chilling! 3 Explore the essence of in-house entrepreneurship from the voices of masters.
In-house entrepreneurship seminar-Energizing Japan from Yokohama-
Date: February 24, 2022 (Thursday) 15: 30-17: 00
Venue: Yokohama City Hall 1st floor atrium
* The deadline will be closed as soon as the capacity is reached, so please apply as soon as possible.
Organizer: Kanto Gakuin University
Sponsor: Yokohama City Economic Affairs Bureau
Planning and operation: NTV Video Corporation
Opening: Tatsuya Iwasaki (Professor, Faculty of Business Administration, Assistant President, Kanto Gakuin University)
Guest greetings: Yokohama City Economic Affairs Bureau
Subject: Genya Koyama (President, Kanto Gakuin University)
Tatsuya Iwasaki (Professor, Faculty of Business Administration, Assistant President, Kanto Gakuin University)
Daisuke Teshima (Representative Director of Tribe Co., Ltd.)
Ryo Mori (President and CEO of Deloitte Tohmatsu Node GK)
Yuko Minowa (Recruitment Section, Human Resources Development Department, Yokogawa Electric Corporation)
Closing: Genya Koyama (President, Kanto Gakuin University)