Partnership Israel-(NY)-Japan
February 9th, 2014
Mission Statement
•

Architect new business development and global
strategic alliances to form joint project/ventures
and/...
Current Key Projects
Health IT/Sensor
Hybrid Cloud Center
M2 Mobile Solutions
Radio De-contamination/Service Robotics
Risk...
CEWIT (Stony Brook University)
AERTC

CEWIT
Bio Medical
Technology

Mezzanine
Mobile Market ($B in 2011) 200

188

160

139

120
80
40
USA (big 4)

Japan

80

70.2

70

63.2

60

53.0

50
40

33.7

30...
ARPU (2012)
Venture Investment
 NTT DOCOMO has a Corporate Venture Capital in order
to find innovative startups which can add competi...
Makoto Miyakawa_Global Vision Ventures_presentation for japan summit 2014 2-09
Makoto Miyakawa_Global Vision Ventures_presentation for japan summit 2014 2-09
Makoto Miyakawa_Global Vision Ventures_presentation for japan summit 2014 2-09
Makoto Miyakawa_Global Vision Ventures_presentation for japan summit 2014 2-09
Makoto Miyakawa_Global Vision Ventures_presentation for japan summit 2014 2-09
Makoto Miyakawa_Global Vision Ventures_presentation for japan summit 2014 2-09
Makoto Miyakawa_Global Vision Ventures_presentation for japan summit 2014 2-09
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Makoto Miyakawa_Global Vision Ventures_presentation for japan summit 2014 2-09

  1. 1. Partnership Israel-(NY)-Japan February 9th, 2014
  2. 2. Mission Statement • Architect new business development and global strategic alliances to form joint project/ventures and/or M&A, to contribute to the global economy and innovation. • Apply hidden services, technologies and talents to the hubs of innovation ecosystems, such as in London, New York, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, and Tokyo.
  3. 3. Current Key Projects Health IT/Sensor Hybrid Cloud Center M2 Mobile Solutions Radio De-contamination/Service Robotics Risk/Order Management Systems Smart Community/Smart Campus Three Dimension Printing Vertical Farming CONFIDENTIAL
  4. 4. CEWIT (Stony Brook University) AERTC CEWIT Bio Medical Technology Mezzanine
  5. 5. Mobile Market ($B in 2011) 200 188 160 139 120 80 40 USA (big 4) Japan 80 70.2 70 63.2 60 53.0 50 40 33.7 30 20.6 20 10 0 Verizon W. AT&T W. Sprint/Nextel T-Mobile DOCOMO
  6. 6. ARPU (2012)
  7. 7. Venture Investment  NTT DOCOMO has a Corporate Venture Capital in order to find innovative startups which can add competitive edge to the company in the telecom market Areas of interest NTT Group’s Venture Funds $250M (total) since 2008 Startups • • • • • • Medical Healthcare Safe & Secure Enterprise security Cloud Big Data Education
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