Reimagining Japanese work culture through startups with Paul Chapman, Moneytree

Tokyo
Mon, Feb 22, 6:00 PM (JST)

About this event

As Innovation becomes a key focus area for Japan, we are starting to see more startups being built, both from native Japanese and foreigners living in Japan.

Paul Chapman is a founder of Moneytree, a financial data platform and fintech pioneer from Japan. He built the company with a focus on having a real impact by reimagining a conservative industry in Japan that had long ago stopped innovating, at least until the advent of fintech.

In this fireside chat, our host Kazuki and Paul will be discussing the Japanese startup ecosystem, how he built Moneytree and how startups can navigate Japanese business culture successfully. Paul will share his views, experiences, and advice through this session.

This event will be held in English.  


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