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Masahiro Origuchi
Born in June 1961.
After graduating from the Department of Science and Engineering at the National Defense Academy of Japan, he joined a trading company Nissho Iwai (now called Sojitz Corporation), where he was responsible for export of electronic devices to Eastern Europe. Soon he set up and produced a discotheque JULIANA's Tokyo that was a social sensation.
After his leaving Nissho Iwai, subsequently he organized a disco club Velfarre, known at the time as the "largest disco in Asia".
Later he formed a temporary employment agency Goodwill Inc., and then COMSN Inc., the nursing care services company, which was created right before the enactment of the long-term care insurance system. He then became Chairman and CEO of The Goodwill Group Inc., the comprehensive human resource services company.
He laid the foundation of the nationwide 24 hours/ 365 days nursing care services, as well as the human resources outsourcing system that covered business needs of modern companies.
The Goodwill Group Inc. was listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in less than 10 years since the company foundation. The annual revenue grew from zero to 140 billion yen during his 10 year work at the helm of the company. After 12 years, the revenue reached 200 billion yen.
The sales grew up to 770 billion yen with a market capitalization exceeding 780 billion yen through acquisitions of major human resources group companies in Japan and overseas.
He has been actively engaged in philanthropic activities.
In 2004 he was appointed to board of directors of Japan Business Federation, a comprehensive economic organization representing Japanese leading companies with a membership comprised of 1,350 representative companies of Japan, 109 nationwide industrial associations and 47 regional economic organizations (as of April 1, 2017).
He was awarded a Medal with Dark Blue Ribbon by the Japanese government.
This is an honor awarded to individuals who have made exceptionally generous financial contributions for the well-being of the public.
In addition, he has received award twice from the Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare and The Japanese Red Cross Society.
Since 2008 he is residing in New York.
Applying his ideas on innovation, effectiveness and management, he changed the business model of the New York restaurant MEGU.As a result, the MEGU brand grew globally, and opened restaurants in Moscow, Doha, New Delhi, and Switzerland.
In 2012 MEGU received Six-Star Diamond Award that highest ranked by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences.
He is currently a CEO of a private equity firm Broad Capital Partners USA, Inc., that makes investments in Japan mainly, providing business consulting services to company managements, including branding and corporate identity systems.
With extensive and long term experience in business, he also serves as an adviser to companies and entrepreneurs on how to achieve the best outcome, how to grow and maximize the corporate value.
He is the author of several bestselling books, including “Business Essentials for becoming an entreprener. How to Create a Business from Youth Culture“ (Business Economy / 1997), “50 Paradoxes of Masahiro Origuchi” (Tokyo Keizai Shimpo / 2000), and “Professional Management Essentials”( Tokuma Shoten / 2005)*. *Best seller with over 100,000copies.
Norio Negishi
After serving executive positions at AT&T, Morgan Stanley, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Mr.Negishi joined a New York based private equity management firm as partner, focused on North and South America investments, managing a $400 million fund involved in the fund creation, fundraising, investor relations, deal flow development, assessment, investment structuring, portfolio management, exit, and fund dissolution.
In Japan, he formed a joint venture with current Mizuho Securities supporting many pre-IPO companies in maximizing their corporate values.
Based in the US for 35 years, he supports US, Japanese, East and Southeast Asian companies with forming local operations, fundraising, and business development.
Columbia University, MSPaul Lazarsfeld Fellow
Masaru Sakamoto
Currently residing in Silicon Valley, Mas Sakamoto brings a wealth of experience in Pac Rim business ranging from business strategy planning, venture capital investing, business incubation, cross-border M&A, and business partnerships.
He has held senior executive positions at a major Japanese IT firm, as well as board positions at for and non-profit firms such as Niteo Partners, The Enterprise Network, Vidient Systems, Ecoplexus Japan and Sustainable Silicon Valley where he was chairman.
Harvard University, MBA
Koji Iwaoka
Serving in the labor relations and legal division of a major staffing service firm, Mr.Iwaoka held leading roles in numerous M&A transactions including the acquisitions of the company worth over 200 billion yen. His career also includes serving as the CFO for a large US restaurant chain which was part of the portfolio of a Singapore-based investment fund, achieving positive improvements in their valuations, and bringing huge returns and successful exit for the fund.
Afterward, he headed the finance and accounting division for Japanese large machinery maker at their Hong Kong Asia headquarters, creating the corporate governance and restructuring the company.
Currently, he is the finance and accounting director for several companies, creating and executing the financial strategies. He is also involved in the revitalization of a Japanese electronics manufacturer.
Waseda University, MS in Finance
Takako Sinzi
After leaving an executive post at a production company, Ms.Sinzi served as General Manager of the Public Relations and Corporate Identity Auditing Division of a TSE1-listed corporation where she was responsible for the group's overall branding, public relations, and CSR. By improving the transparency of the corporate culture and its business activities, she is an advocate of melding corporate cultures that create business intelligence in the M&A process.
She has also published various stakeholder media, and served as the auditor of space planning for businesses involved in facilities services. She has created risk management standards for employee PR activities, developed HR productivity management systems for a production company. Currently, she is the executive director of the Foundation for Wisdom Transmission, Bunsei University of Art where she lectures on descriptive writing methods and advance courses in culture modeling.
Rikkyo University, MBA in Social Design
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