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Leave a Nest venturing in Drone focused investment fund launch

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Leave a Nest is venturing into Japan’s first drone related start up investment and support initiatives. Participating investors include Taizo Son, the younger brother of SoftBank Group CEO Masayoshi Son. The launch of the fund has been featured in NIKKEI ASIAN REVIW: http://asia.nikkei.com/Tech-Science/Tech/Investor-Chiba-envisions-Team-Drone-Japan-with-new-fund

Leave a Nest has been supporting technology ventures across the world in TECH PLANTER since 2014. Leave a Nest has an extensive partnership with “machi-koba” small town factories with sophisticated machining technologies, and had helped startups in Japan and the world connect to those factories to support prototyping and further development of products. In the drone venture support initiative, one of the Leave a Nest roles will be connecting factories and start ups for product development.

TECH PLANTER Asia Pacific round 2017 will be having finale in July 29th in Singapore.

About TECH PLANTER: https://en.techplanter.com/ 

General inquires: Leave a Nest Global Platform Division
e-mail: [email protected]
Atten: SATOMI MAEDA

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前田 里美/ Satomi Maeda 国際開発事業部 Ph.D., Wright State University, Dayton, OH. Psychology (Human Factors & Industrial Organizational Psychology). My doctoral research was about visual attention on dual task situations. While working on doctoral research, I was also working as an academic advisor for undergraduate program in Psychology engaging in academic counseling, holding seminars and evaluating undergraduate curriculum. After joining Leave a Nest, worked on overseas training program development, write and edit career magazine. Currently a general manager in Global Platform Development Division, mainly working on training program development for youth leaders and teachers in Japan and the world.

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