Japan’s leading tech-focused business association put on a pitch contest. In addition to an $8,500 prize, the winner comes to Tech in Asia Singapore 2015.
Fourteen of Japan's most ambitious startups battled it out on stage for a chance to attend the finals in San Francisco.
With simultaneous A/B testing, Kaizen crowdsources solutions to optimizing conversion rates.
Deloitte offers free consulting services to Japanese startups in order to kickstart the Japanese economy.
Kaizen, the Japanese company behind planBCD, a growth hacking crowdsourcing platform, has raised US$5 million from Fidelity Growth Partners and GREE Ventures. Kenji Sudo, CEO and co-founder of Kaizen ...
Japan’s Kaizen is the startup behind A/B testing software planBCD and it isn’t like any other A/B testing software in the market today.