With nearly half a billion dollars invested in Japanese startups last year, 2014 was a banner year for the country’s burgeoning entrepreneurs.
Fourteen of Japan's most ambitious startups battled it out on stage for a chance to attend the finals in San Francisco.
The money is great. But are the terms?
Following a warm reception in the US, Sansan turns its gaze toward the lucrative ASEAN market.
Deloitte offers free consulting services to Japanese startups in order to kickstart the Japanese economy.
Sansan isn’t attempting to replace the business card - it is simply bringing the 400-year-old paper rectangles up to speed with our digital world.
Too many business cards? Japan’s Sansan gets $14 million to bring its cloud-based contact manager to the US
Tokyo-based startup Sansan receives $14M from DCM to bring its cloud-based contact manager to the US.