It would be no exaggeration to say that human ingenuity, determination, and action are more in need now than in any prior era in history.
However, there are limits to what just one person can do. Exceptional talent and constant effort are indispensable, but they alone will not allow you to take advantage of business opportunities. For good ideas and an excellent business to provide a service to society, it is vital and essential that the excellence of that business and its ideas are more widely known. Building a good business is building a good network.
Venture Labo starts with a trusted relationship with each enterprise and works as a third party objectively evaluating the strengths and positives of the enterprise. Venture Labo then uses those evaluations to support business expansions. In addition, affiliated company Venture Labo Investment works to get the growth funds necessary to stimulate the development of early startups. In this way, Venture Labo aims to provide businesses with a unique contribution.
Graduated from Osaka University School of Engineering. After working at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry he founded Venture Labo Investment and since then has held the post of representative director.
An entrepreneur needs to have the kind of tough mindset that can dream of success while at the same time repeatedly overcoming real-life problems. Some people say that the path to success is impossible, but if you focus on difficult work, and if it is work that can change the world, then the only road to success is to utilize all your strength to utilize a business model built by carefully finding a path through all the difficulties. One success will be linked with the next. This becomes a cycle and a framework for numerous future successes.
Graduated from the Aoyama Gakuin University School of Economics. CPA. Worked at PwC Japan Assurance Aarata before working with VLI.
Currently engaged in core business consulting in the areas of management strategy, finances, and sales for companies receiving investments.
Luck: Blessed by fate.
Thick skin: It takes thick skin to grab luck as it blazes by.
Spirit: With thick skin and persistence luck will come.
Graduated from the School of Business Administration at Toyo University. Small and Medium Enterprise Management Consultant and IT coordinator. Worked at a financial institution before working at VLI. Participated in the formation of venture enterprise development funds and small and medium enterprise development funds working as a fund manager and has more than 10 years of experience in this position.
Entrepreneurs strive toward success while dealing with numerous problems, but as long as they do not act against any law or morality, they make no mistakes in the true meaning of the word. I believe that the right challenges will have a positive effect on society. I do research every day to support the struggles of entrepreneurs because I believe those very struggles will lead to the advancement of society.
Graduated from the Faculty of Law, Keio University. CPA. Worked at a brokerage firm and one of the major accounting firms before working at VLI. Engages in fund management, management strategy for investments, and finance consulting.
When entrepreneurs are beset with so many problems that they cannot see beyond what seems to be a thick, dark fog I work to lift that fog and provide managerial operational, and financial support.
Graduated from the School of Law at Chuo University. An associate member of The Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Came to VLI after working at one of the major accounting firms as well as a company traded in the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Engages in fund operations, management strategy for investments, as well as finance consulting.