This is where I am keeping interesting facts and thoughts throughout my life. The purpose of this website is two fold:
In the future, i hope to be on the cover of TIME Magazine! But at least I have been in Business Week Magazine!
Imitation to Innovation: How can Asia overcome this challenge? - MIT Asia Business Conference - March 5, 2016
Decoding the business landscape in Asia. The MIT Asia Business Conference builds bridges between academia and industry, and between East and West to educate and inspire the next generation of leaders in Asia. The panel will focus the discussion around what does Asia need to do, to move from imitation to innovation in order to insure true long-term, sustained economic growth.
4YFN Awards + Panel of Jury: Digital Media - Mobile World Congress - March 2015
Part of an exciting panels of judges in the digital media track of Mobile World Congress
Tech Planet 2014 - Keynote - Future of Global Ecommerce Technology Platform - SK Planet - November 2014
Overview of technologies that is going to change the future of ecommerce. 3D printing, organic tagging system for product identification, virtual currency, etc...
The Microsoft Conference 2014 - Keynote - Cloud First and Mobile First World! - Microsoft - October 2014
Showcase a real project using cloud first and mobile first design pattern using Microsoft Azure. (starts at 1:08:30)
The 27th CIO Workshop for Singapore & Tokyo - Accenture - July 2014
Current technology trends and future of ecommerce.
Japan IT aims to grow with new era of recruiting "Ace". - Nikkei News - January 2013
Japan IT companies are changing their human resource strategy to help speed up its growth.
How to build & sell an Internet startup to Japan’s biggest web merchant, Rakuten - Beacon Reports - January 2013
Quick history of my first company CampusCraze and second startup Freecause.
What is next after Kobo and Pinterest? - B Dash Ventures - July 2012
Explain the trends of the ecommerce space that led to investments and acquisition of companies.
The Rise of Startups - Business Week - November 1999
Story about people choosing to start companies instead of working for big recognized companies.