Micro-workshop: Soft-Landing for Australian EdTech Scale-Ups to Japan
Japan’s startup environment has historically been focused around the dense metropolis of Tokyo. But Tokyo can be overwhelming, and the ecosystem difficult to navigate.
Japan’s startup environment has historically been focused around the dense metropolis of Tokyo. But Tokyo can be overwhelming, and the ecosystem difficult to navigate. In many ways, Fukuoka City could be a better place to launch a small prototype or Proof of Concept (PoC) with our expert help. With 12 universities, Fukuoka has one of the highest densities of international students in Japan, many of whom are interested in continuing to live and work in the area. Fukuoka also has one of the youngest populations among large Japanese cities.
🚀 THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE
🔵 Up to 2.5 hrs, expert live sessions, case studies and guest speakers
🔵 Remote simultaneous interpretation 🇬🇧 🇯🇵 (if necessary), please ask if you need this extra services.
🔵 Be familiar with Google tools, Pre-Learn and continuos learning using course content, resources, video platform and live session.
🔵 Bring your own device (BYOD) – Before training, you’ll get invitation to access to our virtual learning ecosystem (platform)
🔵 On site micro-workshop have an acrylic blackboard, projector, wifi connectivity, pens to do simple design thinking explanations
🔵 Our micro-workshops is open to any Edtech, startups or small business that would like to explore potential opportunities in Japan and Asian Markets. You don’t need to be technology company to join our micro-sessions. We have assisted different enterprises and small companies.
🚀 GET SKILLS ON
🔵 Get general information about EdTech ecosystem across Japan, explore potential opportunities in a small market and then scale bigger, get some tips Pros/Cons from an international EdTech startup based in Japan, Fukuoka City. (Real world examples) from startups like you!
🔵 Learn more about Fukuoka Startup visa and how entrepreneurs can get access to free services from the government including legal counsel, insurance, and subsidized office space, and there are extensive human resources services that help startups recruit, as well as find positions for people interested in working in startups.
🔵 How to register your business address in a co-working spaces, identify potential local partners and business matching opportunities in networking future events
🔵 Obtain a briefly introduction about the legal and tax support for international Edtech Startups by two guest speakers (On Demand)
🔵 Learn some international examples that even early stage companies from small local markets, who may not have large amounts of investor backing, can consider local soft-landing services like Startup Fukuoka as a valid entry point for the Japanese market.
🚀 WHAT DO YOU GET?
In the end of this micro-workshop of softlanding, you will be able to connect with our #Slack community, future networking events, newsletters and collaborate with us in any APPLY for any softlanding official program organised by local governments. The most important is to keep the communication and collaboration for further develop of a pilot or proof of concept project of your product or solutions.
English (live translation in Japanese)