from Educational Sessions to growing Business partnerships
From direct and indirect contributions to the delivery of educational sessions as part of encognize .SYNAPTIK services to expending our support to innovative startups entering the Japanese market under encognize .FASTFORWARD services, the first quarter of 2020 has been very active for our Japan X-tech Force consultants.
Our Japan X-Tech Force is COMMITTED to HELP YOU during the crisis
As the COVID-19 outbreak reaches new countries, governments take extraordinary measures to contain the virus and reduce its impact on their citizens' health.
We surely wish that all these counter-measures combined with an active, collaborative effort in research for a vaccine and treatments will soon bring an end to this sanitary crisis.
Beyond the sanitary impact, we also acknowledge the potential economic and financial impacts of this crisis on businesses, large and small.
Under this extraordinary situation, our Japan-based pool of consultants and myself are committed to provide any /new/Tech startups or scale-ups with local Japan Business Continuity services as part of a specific offer (including for instance Business Coordinator-as-a-Service or Relationship Manager-as-a-Service), as long as the conditions allow for a proper delivery of the services in a risk-controlled manner.
So, if you are a /new/Tech startup or scale-up with limited or no representation in Japan but with on-going business discussions or projects, if your business activities in Japan are impacted or disrupted by the current travel restrictions, contact us here and we will check how we can help your business move forward in Japan despite the adversarial context.
encognize G.K., CEO
filling collaboration gaps between corporations and startups
At encognize, we are convinced that every one, regardless of age, gender, citizenship... can learn from others and contribute to solve problems from the "real world" by sharing openly and discussing constructively their respective ideas and perspectives.
When it comes to innovation or entrepreneurship, one of the most obvious challenges we observe is how difficult it can be for startup and entrepreneurs to successfully collaborate with large corporations.
Therefore, we felt very privileged to engage with students from Toyo University during the Creatoyo week, a five-day program organized by the Department of Global Innovation Studies around one core theme: "understand creativity in a global context", and discuss how to solve the collaboration gaps between large corporations and smaller, emerging, innovative companies.