Tokyo’s status as an international hub for technology and innovation has helped revitalize the city’s startup ecosystem.
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From fashion to design to technology, Tokyo’s industries are at the forefront of innovation. The city is also an international business hub, with 75 percent of all foreign companies in Japan calling it home. Given the presence of so many established businesses, it should come as no surprise that there is a significant network of investors and resources to help startups grow.
Startup Guide Tokyo will be packed with city essentials, case studies, local tips, in-depth interviews and helpful insight, designed to give entrepreneurs the tools to build their big ideas in the capital.
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Published November 2019
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