NO CHALLENGE,
NO FUTURE

SPIRIT

The future is always uncertain.
That is why there is a value in being the first to challenge.
That is why one many enjoy significant upside when successful.

In times when technology growth may surpass the speed of human evolution, our mission is to discover, evaluate and support the growth of
new technologies that can bring positive changes to our lives.

Creating a new market may mean conflicting with existing interests and challenging the norms of today.

But we belive.

We belive that successful entry of new technologies is essential in sustaining the country of Japan which the population is expected to decrease in half in the next 100 years.

That is why we will become
the First Penguins.

In search of prey for the fellow penguins, we will jump into the ocean with no fear.
We will be the first brave penguins.

ABOUT

PARTNERS

COMPANY

Founder: Hiroshi Shimase

CEO: Takara Udagawa

Address: 2-20-7 Azabujuban Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, 106-0045 Japan

Contact: info@accelerators.jp

MEMBER

Hiroshi Shimase
Hiroshi ShimaseFounder
DAS Group
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Takara Udagawa
Takara UdagawaCEO
DAS Group
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Toru Shimase
Toru ShimaseCOO
DAS Group
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Miki Serizawa
Miki SerizawaCCO
DAS Group
LinkedIn
Akira Takei
Akira TakeiCEO
Native Ocean
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Soichiro Tanaka
Soichiro TanakaCEO
GeekOut
LinkedIn
Hajime Nomura
Hajime NomuraManaging Director
OpenClassrooms
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Riku Akimoto
Riku AkimotoCountry Manager
Stylus
LinkedIn
Shingo Shimazoe
Shingo ShimazoeCountry Manager
Trendemon
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CORPORATE ADVISERS

Keigo Aoki
Keigo AokiDentsu/DII/
Director
LinkedIn
Naoya Fujiwara
Naoya FujiwaraActive LLC CEO
Kei Fukuyoshi
Kei FukuyoshiSAPPORO BREWERIES LTD.
/ Senior Media Planning Manager
LinkedIn
Junko Miyano
Junko MiyanoMarketing Consultant
LinkedIn
Yoshiki Okayasu
Yoshiki OkayasuTBWA HAKUHODO
/ Head of Digital
LinkedIn
Hideo Rai
Hideo RaiDentsu Aegis Japan Former President/CEO
/ Advertising Week Asia
Advisory Council Chairman

RECRUIT

Are you happy with your present situation?
Are you pleased with the situation in Japan today?
If you believe that either of these matters can be improved,
would you be interested in joining us to help us make changes?
We are looking for staff who are currently available and ready to join us.
If we invite you to do this,
you will have opportunities to make the best use of your language competence and management skills.
Our objective is to sustain Japan as a nation fully up to date with modern technology.
Please contact us.