It covers different aspects of Japanese business culture from basic greetings at work to interviewing tips and business manners. I had a quick glance at The Yoroshiku Guide and in this article I will touch on a few aspects which I found interesting.
When thinking whether or not to found a company, “to do a startup”, age can be one of the (many) concerns a new founder might have.
Should we sprint to the next mountain top or plan a bit before we move ahead? Justa.io is in the middle of a transition. The stated goal is a refactoring of nearly our entire technology stack. Why should we take the time to rewrite an entire website from scratch? Especially considering that Justa is already... Continue Reading →
Japan ranked as the second best country in the world to be an entrepreneur. Being Japanese, maybe, especially because I am Japanese, I found this information very surprising.
Is now a good time to create a startup in Japan? Or join one? The short answer is yes. If you’re in Japan, and considering to start a business, or join a growing one, now is the best time to do so. Why? I’ve delved into the current market conditions, all those detailed numbers, and after analysis the conclusion is that, the timing could not be better for Japan’s startup!
Effective October 1, 2019, Wahl & Case K.K., the company that operates Wahl+Case, has changed its name to EQIQ K.K. Why? In 2010, Wahl+Case started out to revolutionize the recruitment industry on a global scale by bringing unparalleled EQ to the world of tech recruiting. Since then, we have grown on both sides of the... Continue Reading →
-About EDOCODE A 7 minute walk from Ebisu Station, in one of the most popular and fashionable areas in Japan, and near a famous shopping mall, the Garden Place... A large window extends over the southeast wall with a high ceiling taking in all the sunlight. The interior design is wood themed. A bright, spacious... Continue Reading →
Justa was founded in the early days of Japan’s current startup boom. When we launched Justa it was hard for startups to hire (it’s still not easy!, but Justa is making it easier). Startups were not a “thing” in Japan yet. Most people were not open to join a startup. There wasn’t a curated pool... Continue Reading →