The Captains of Innovation Team at the Cambridge Innovation Center would like to invite you to a dinner with drinks and mingling hosted at District Hall in Boston's Seaport district on January 24, 2018.
Captains of Innovation has recently partnered with Deloitte Tohmatsu Venture Support (DTVS) and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to host the accelerator program X-HUB Tokyo. This program is intended to strengthen bridges between Japanese startups and resources in the US. Over the course of this program, five Japanese startups (described briefly below) have further developed their product/service and have received professional support and guidance from the DTVS team.
Over dinner provided by Gather, they'd love for you to listen to pitches by these five startups, each of whom will be syncing with us live from Japan. In addition to these pitches, which may provide an opportunity for a strategic partnership, you'll have a chance to mingle with folks from dozens of other large companies.
If you have any questions, please contact Carrie Allen (Director) at email@example.com
*The following five startups were selected to be part of the X-HUB Tokyo accelerator program, and are interested in connecting with American investors and partners.
Bespoke is a leading AI solution provider for the travel industry. Bebot, Bespoke’s AI-powered concierge, is Japan’s first multilingual chatbot that acts as a hotel concierge that helps both guests and companies focus on experiences that truly matter. They have launched their product with boutique hotels, international hotel chains, and car rental companies.
Zpeer, Inc. develops and operates “Vetpeer”, the largest veterinarian web-community in Japan. Around 60% of companion animal vets in Japan use this site to communicate with each other, and most pharmaceutical and prescription food manufacturers utilize this platform for their online marketing.
Phantom AI is a sister company of AIxFintech startup ZAISAN Net, that is building technology to develop a ‘weekly Bitcoin forecast.” Their objective is to foster third parties’ forecasting algorithm to be accessible for retail investors through PAI Token platform, which was just announced publicly on ICO process.
MATCHA develops and manages Japan’s leading travel information platform for foreign tourists. Through their online magazine, they provide tips and insights experience that visitors have during their stay in Japan. Around 2 million people have accessed their web services so far.
Caulis Inc. is a cybersecurity company aiming to build the new cyber intelligence infrastructures. They have innovative approaches to improving ICT systems.
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