Business Plan Competition at Keio University

The Embassy of the United States (Tokyo American Center) partnered with Keio University held a “Entrepreneurship Seminar and Business Competition” on February 8th – 10th 2012. There are 12 teams (approx. 51 students) representing 10 different Universities from all around Japan to compete for winning recognition of their business plans and social entrepreneurship project proposals.

The United States embassy news : Entrepreneurship Seminar Boosts TOMODACHI Generation

At this competition, me and my team represented Gunma University as “AYUMIX Team” with the business plan named “Ando-kun”, Dynamic Information Service. You may refer to the above Youtube video for further detail on the proposed idea. (Japanese only ^^;;)

At this event, there were a lot of great people who joined and gave lecture on the seminar. Such as Mr. Allen Miner, CEO of Sunbridge company and many others. The lecture were mostly talking about their experience on entrepreneurship and “Tips & Tricks” about how to be succeed in building a business.

4 responses to this post.

  1. Fahmi, this is great! You’ve got to write more about your journey and how it has transformed you as a man and then connect with other people.

    I’m sure lots of people will find your posts inspiring! Keep shining! 🙂

    Subhan Zein

    Reply

    • Dear bang Subhan, thank you for the advice 🙂
      i’ll try to write more often in the near future

      Reply

      • Seriously, you’ve got great experiences! So you should write more about them. Many people will find your posts inspiring, I am sure. 🙂

        Anyway, what city are you currently residing? Lots of my former students are in Hyogo and Osaka. I’d love to meet them and meet you. 🙂 This won’t happen anytime soon though, but most likely when I get a teaching post in Japan. I don’t know. I haven’t made up my mind yet, but Japan is definitely a country where I’d like to spend a couple of years in.. 🙂

        Subhan Zein

      • Sometime i found difficulties in writing my ideas.
        This is actually the biggest problem that made me lazy to write a blog. ^^;

        Hey, that’s Great!!
        i can’t wait your coming to Japan! 🙂
        (currently i live in Kiryu, Gunma prefecture. Please feel free to contact me when you are going to visit Japan)

        And yea, thanks for your comment.
        -arigatou-

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