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The theme of this year's panel discussion is "Key Points for Creating an Organization that Continuously Generates Innovation. Creww, which has been involved in the creation of many open innovation projects, and Mr. Kato, the head of the Open Innovation Promotion Office of Seino Holdings, which has been practicing the creation of organizations that continue to generate innovation, will join us for a panel discussion.
Online Seminar] "Key Points for Creating an Organization that Continuously Generates Innovation! Topics of the
What is the structure of an organization that can take on new challenges?
Creww's Organizational Development
What makes a successful new business different? Seino's Successful Experience
The mindset for an organization that enables continuous innovation.
What is the organizational chart that leads to successful innovation?
What is the Seino School of Human Resources Mindset?
What tools and services can be used to create an organization that continues to generate innovation?
Those who have challenges in building organizations in new business areas.
Those who wish to obtain information on open innovation
Those who want to learn about other companies' know-how and case studies to accelerate new business.
We are looking for people who want to create innovations in mid-sized to large companies,
Corporate planners, new business managers, executives, and managers
Outline of the event
Date: 10/6/2020 14:00~15:00
Place: Held online (Zoom access)
Hosted by: Creww, Inc.
Moderator: Naoki Kato
Joined Macromill as a new graduate and was in charge of sales in various areas from agencies to business companies. Currently, while working as a marketer in the toC domain at NAKED, a creative company, he is engaged in marketing work at several startup companies and Creww as a double job.
Guest: Mr. Tokuto Kato, General Manager, Open Innovation Promotion Office, Seino Holdings Co.
In 1998, he joined Seino Transport Co. After working as a truck driver in the field, he worked as a sales specialist in the Tokyo metropolitan area for 7 years, where he was in charge of major new customer development. In 2016, as a founding member of the newly established Open Innovation Promotion Office, he was involved in incubating and building new businesses with the aim of creating value through the utilization of the company's assets. He is engaged in incubation and new business development for the purpose of value creation by utilizing the company's assets.
Panelist 1: Tomoyuki Mizuno, Director / Managing Director, Creww
After graduating from an American university, he worked for 10 years as a sales and business manager at an IT venture company in Japan. 2011, he co-founded a social ticketing service and was involved in the launch of the startup, and after establishing an affiliated company and launching new businesses, he joined Creww in 2013. As a board member of Creww, he is responsible for the open innovation program between large companies and startups as well as sales.
Panelist 2: Katsuya Nakajima, Biz Team Director, Open Innovation Dept.
During his university years, he participated in a student venture company. After that, he worked at an independent venture capital firm, assisting in the hiring of new investors, and was involved in the launch and management of a new business at a major human resources company.