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Disrupting Japan: Live and Unleashed

The Disrupting Japan podcast is live and unleashed at Super Deluxe in Roppongi!

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Disrupting Japan, the best podcast about startups in Japan will be celebrating it’s one-year anniversary in style! Join host, Tim Romero on September 2nd as he hosts a special live show at Super Deluxe in Roppongi.

Tim will sit down over drinks with three of the most influential members of Tokyo’s startup community for a candid talk about what it takes to found a company, raise money, and scale up in Japan.

You’ll also get a chance to ask your own hard-hitting questions to the panel — either during the open Q&A session or more casually over a beer during the networking session later.

If you are interested in what’s going on the Tokyo Startup scene, or if you are thinking of starting a company yourself, this is a great chance to have a beer and a casual chat with some of the thought -leaders in the startup community.

Meet The Panel
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Tim Romero (@timoth3y) – Moderator, serial entrepreneur and host of Disrupting Japan

Matthew Romaine (@quanza) – CEO & Co-Founder of Gengo

Hiro Maeda (@djtokyo) – VC, Co-creator of Open Network Labs and Beenos startup accelerators

Hiroshi Asaeda (@asaeda) – CEO & Founder of Beatrobo

Schedule
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September 2nd, 2015

18:00 – Doors open
19:00 – Panel discussion
19:40 – Q&A with Japan’s startup experts
20:00 – Drinks, networking and good times
22:30 – Last call.

Location
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Super Deluxe
B1F 3-1-25 Nishi Azabu
Minato-Ku, Tokyo 106-0031, Japan
Tel 03-5412-0515

From Roppongi Station EXIT 3 (Hibiya Line or Oedo Line)
5 minute walk straight down Roppongi dori toward NishiAzabu.

Note
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Since recording starts at 19:00, please try to arrive before then so you will have plenty of time to get a drink and get comfortable.

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