June 14: Japan Mobile Landscape & App Analytics

June 6, 2016

A rare chance to meet top Japanese experts discussing the Japanese mobile

 

landscape and digital sector. Tuesday morning, June 14th, 8:45-10:00am, 47th floor, Azrieli Center, Round Building, Tel Aviv. 

 

The presenters:  

- Daizo Nishitani, Managing Director, Essence Digital (formerly head of iAd for Apple) 
- Satoru Tsunemachi, Head of Strategic Alliances, Fuller (Japan's leading mobile app analytics company)

Venue: Yigal Arnon, Round Building, 47th Floor, Azrieli Center, Tel Aviv.

 

8:45 Networking 

9:05-9:15 Welcome Remarks from Yigal Arnon and a Japanese government official

9:15-9:35 Daizo Nishitani

9:35-9:50 Satoru Tsunemachi

 

Daizo attended high school in LA, so his English is excellent. You can also see Daizo present at the Israeli Mobile Summit.

Daizo Nishitani brings more than 20 years of industry experience across Advertising, Digital and Mass Media. Most recently, Mr. Nishitani served as General Manager of Apple Inc's advertising platform, iAd. Prior to his role at Apple, Daizo was the Managing Director & Vice President for Japan at comScore, and held senior leadership roles at Viacom Japan, Walt Disney Japan and Dentsu Inc.

 

Satoru Tsunemachi, Head of Strategic Alliances, Fuller

Satoru Tsunemachi (Jo) has been a serial entrepreneur since the age of 20. His expertise is the management of startup businesses, holding senior operating roles. Jo applies his knowledge of strategic corporate development and alliance building in his role at Fuller, Inc. as Vice President for Strategic Alliances. Concurrently, he holds Board and senior management positions with startups related to artificial satellite, newspaper publishing and the National University Incubator. 

The event is hosted by Yigal Arnon Law Firm and held in collaboration with the Israel-Japan Chamber of Commerce and Aniwo / Million Times

 

Register at:

http://www.meetup.com/mHealth-Israel/events/231542168/

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