JapanNight VI Brings Top Japanese Startups to SF
- Nov 16, 2013
“You have five minutes to make your point. Just spit it out and get it out there. Be confident. Believe in yourself.” With these words of encouragement from Airbnb co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk, the final startup pitches kicked off for JapanNight VI.
Discover Japan’s 6 Most Innovative Startups
- Oct 24, 2013
Wearable technology startup Ring emerged as the top contender at the JapanNight semi-final in Tokyo earlier this month. All eyes now turn to the finals event in San Francisco on November 7th, where Ring and five other finalists will compete for the Silicon Valley title. Who will win this year?
btrax Launches in Japan
- Aug 26, 2013
In conjunction with the expansion of our global operations, we recently launched our btrax Japan office in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo. Our new office will enable us to assist with larger-scale projects, and provide our branding and cross-cultural marketing services more smoothly than ever before. We also plan to hold a number of exciting events and seminars, starting with the upcoming JapanNight.
aquoria, The Photo-Sharing Service That You’ve Been Waiting For
- Nov 13, 2012
In September, I announced the open Beta launch of aquoria in a blog post giving a formal introduction and outlining its unique value to the users. A couple of months and countless hours spent working hard behind the scenes, we have grown to a modest, yet loyal user base of just over 400 as of start of this month, and steadily increasing!
Top Japanese Ad Agencies Announce U.S. Partnership with btrax
- Oct 3, 2012
IREP Co., Ltd. and D.A.Consortium Inc. choose btrax, Inc. to be their Ad technology research partner in the U.S. SAN FRANCISCO, October 3, 2012 – btrax, Inc. is proud to announce that IREP Co., Ltd. and the D.A.Consortium Inc. (DAC) have selected btrax, Inc. as their official partner for finding the latest advertising technology trends, ad technology and online media venture companies in the U.S.
Nostalgia Starts Here- Try aquoria, Our Current Work in Beta!
- Sep 7, 2012
Where have all the pictures you’ve taken gone to? What about all the pictures of you that your friends have taken? Are they organized well? Do you still look at them? These are the questions we asked ourselves as we began to build aquoria, a photo-sharing service that will address all these issues, and perhaps change the way we enjoy our memories with our friends and family.