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Makoto Miyakawa_Global Vision Ventures_presentation for japan summit 2014 2-09 Makoto Miyakawa_Global Vision Ventures_presentation for japan summit 2014 2-09 Presentation Transcript

  • Partnership Israel-(NY)-Japan February 9th, 2014
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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 20.6 20 10 0 Verizon W. AT&T W. Sprint/Nextel T-Mobile DOCOMO
  • ARPU (2012)
  • 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