“In a startup, everything from business model to strategy, execution, and fund capital structure can go wrong,” says Tomoko.
Mirrativ allows users to broadcast their entire mobile device screen, with Twitch-like live video commentary.
Meet the founder of Tokyo-based social gaming company DeNA at Tech in Asia Tokyo 2015.
From language lessons to furniture assembly, Anytimes helps locals connect with each other to complete odd jobs for extra income.
Blisby has seen some incredible traction in past months, and so getting a stellar line-up of investors onboard was a piece of cake.
With announcement of DeNA Palette initiative, Japanese gaming giant aims to release ten category-specific content curation platforms by year’s end.
After years of speculation, Nintendo's landmark characters are finally coming to smartphones and tablets.
Three young entrepreneurs, all born in 1992, were given the chance to quiz Tomoko Namba on how she founded DeNA and became a landmark entrepreneur.
The huge growth potential of tech startups as vast swathes of Indians get online is persuading Japanese investors to overcome their instinctive reluctance to en...
With Andy OS you can run all your favorite mobile apps like WhatsApp, Viber, or Instagram seamlessly across devices. DeNA and China Rocks are its backers along ...
The firm will target both seed and growth companies as it seeks to enter the virtual reality space.
Only a week into the new year and already the storyline for Tech in Japan 2015 are coming into focus. Yes, there is more than just Line Taxi.
An infusion of US$116,000 from Japan's social games company DeNA and Teruhide Sato, founder of BEENOS, takes the three-month-old startup’s seed funding to US$38...
Ten companies qualify but the list is likely to change in the near future.
Want to enter or escape Japan? Meet the secret weapon used by Expedia, Square, DeNA, and 500 Startups
Btrax has become a trusted name in market expansion over the past ten years.
A more diverse workforce will create a stronger company in the long run.
Newzoo’s list of top 25 publicly-listed game companies is almost half-filled by Asian companies.