The “Innovation Design Platform (IdP)” was launched by four universities participating in the Startup Ecosystem Tokyo Consortium (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Keio University, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, and the University of Tokyo), with the cooperation of partner institutions in the consortium and other platforms, to foster and foster a global university-based startup ecosystem in Tokyo and the region. The “Innovation Design Platform (IdP)” aims to foster and nurture a global university startup ecosystem in Tokyo and other regions.
We are holding a meetup study session to strengthen the network of information sharing among the parties involved in the IdP ecosystem and to create an environment in which university-launched ventures can be born. Of course, we welcome those who are not involved in IdP to participate in order to foster the ecosystem.
For the second meeting, we will invite Mr. Tasuku Yamaoka, a certified public accountant and representative director of Shikumiya Corporation, who is involved in management support and IPO support for startups. Mr. Yamaoka is the author of “Practical Startup Finance: Impressions on Capital Policy,” which was serialized on the blog service “note” and received an exceptional response from the startup community.
There are many well-known finance books for startups, such as Tetsuya Isozaki’s “Finance for Starting a Business,” but this book is a collection of case studies up to going public, and it is a superb finance book with no analogues! This book is a book of case studies leading up to the listing of a company, and it is a superb finance book!
In this meetup, we will learn about startup finance that you should consider for R&D ventures, hard tech, and deep tech startups in academia while having a “capital policy feedback session” with Mr. Yamaoka.
This is a very valuable opportunity for university-launched venture professionals, academic entrepreneurs, VCs, people in the private sector who are practicing or envisioning collaboration with university-launched ventures, and CVCs, please join us.
-Date and Time
Wednesday, January 19, 2022, 18:30-20:30
-Offline venue *This event has been changed to a fully online event.
Tokyo Institute of Technology Tamachi Campus, 3-3-6 Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Campus Innovation Center (CIC) Tokyo 2F Event Space
Access: 2 minutes walk from Tamachi Station (JR Yamanote Line and Keihin Tohoku Line)
Delivered via Zoom webinar
*End of distribution
19:55-20:30 Networking *Only for offline participants
Representative Director, Shikumya Corporation ( https://shikumiya.co.jp/ )
Certified Public Accountant
Certified Public Accountant, born in 1986.
Graduated from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Department of Management Systems Engineering.
Graduated from Tokyo Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Management Systems Engineering and a M.S. in Management Engineering from the Graduate School of Decision Science and Technology.
After working for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC and an IT venture company, he became independent.
He has served as a director and auditor of several companies, including as an auditor of F-Code Co.
Currently, he provides IPO support and management consulting services to startup companies.
-Tasuku Yamaoka, author of “Practical Startup Finance: Impressions on Capital Policy
An up-and-coming CPA who wrote a series of articles on the blog service “note” that received an exceptional response.
The articles, “Capital Policy Thoughts” and “Capital Policy Trajectory,” have been substantially revised and updated.
The definitive guide to finance for startups.
The following six companies that have gone public are covered.
Plaid, Space Market, Gunosy, Sansan, UUUM, and Neural Pocket.
The book provides a plan for these six companies to optimize their capital policies, i.e., to make the best use of their shares and stock acquisition rights.
All capital transactions from inception to IPO, Plaid 21 times, Space Market 14 times, and
Gunosy 19 times, Sansan 30 times, UUUM 18 times, Neural Pocket 19 times, and
The total of 121 transactions are explained in detail, divided into “Impact of Capital Transactions” and “Breakdown of Increased Number of Shares”.
This is a superb finance book with no similar book as a collection of case studies up to the listing!
Vice President and Representative Director, quantum Co.
Specially Appointed Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Founded Quantum Corporation, a venture builder, as an in-house start-up. Became 100% subsidiary of Hakuhodo.
In parallel with quantum
a company specializing in sports data and machine learning, and serves as CEO.
He has experience in internal entrepreneurship, fundraising, and founding companies.
He has also sold the business of the soccer game prediction AI that he developed.
He has also been working on the development of internal entrepreneurs from major companies.
In addition, from 2021, he will be a specially-appointed professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
He is also in charge of supporting the formation of university-launched startups by integrating major research universities.
He also focuses on fostering entrepreneurs in academia.
He was appointed to the board of directors of the “Startup Studio Association” to facilitate entrepreneurship.
and was involved in the launch of the association.
In order to popularize studios in Japan
He translated and published “Startup Studio (Nikkei BP)” to popularize the studio in Japan, and has been focusing on supporting entrepreneurs.