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Disrupting Japan: Startups and Innovation in Japan

By Tim Romero: Serial startup founder in Japan and indomitable innovator

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Startups are changing Japan, and Japan is once again starting to innovate. Disrupting Japan introduces you to some of the Japanese innovators that will be household brands in a few years and explains what it’s really like to be an innovator in a society that values conformity.

Customer Reviews

Total Insider’s View on Startups in Japan

As the editor of a Tokyo-based tech & culture media source, I am of course obliged to cover startups locally and around Japan. I can say from experience that Tim's perspective and access are unparalleled. Given his 20 years of doing business in Japan and fluency in both the Western and Asian startup climates, listeners just won’t find any other English-language broadcaster with more historical and contemporary contextual awareness. Disrupting Japan is just getting started, but I’ve no doubt it will be the #1 source for Japanese startup and VC podcasting. Oh, and Tim’s a pretty nice dude, too.


Finally someone has done this!!

Reviewed by The Let’s Talk Japan Podcast

Disrupting Japan is a welcomed addition to the world of Japan-focused podcasts. A great resource for anyone interested in learning about the changing world of Japanese business and society. Tim, おつかれさま!

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