Silicon Valley - New Japan Summit 2016: Activating Silicon Valley Startup-Japan Connections

The Stanford Silicon Valley-New Japan Project (SV-NJ) is excited to announce the Silicon Valley-New Japan Summit 2016: Activating Silicon Valley Startup-Japan Connections, in partnership with Ishin USA and their media project, The SV Startups 100, on Oct 4, 2016 at Stanford University.

The conference is for knowledge deepening, networking, and business matching. We will bring together established Japanese corporations and connect them to Silicon Valley startups. The morning has panel discussions, Silicon Valley startup pitches, and a keynote. The afternoon is a business matching event, with tables of startups to facilitate business development. It will take place at one of Stanford's best large venues, the Arrillaga Alumni Center. Approximately 50 Silicon Valley startups have committed to attend so far, and the list is available at the event website.

Silicon Valley – New Japan Summit 2016: Activating SV Startup - Japan Connections

Date and Time
Tuesday October, 4, 2016 9:00am-6:00pm

Stanford University, Francis C. Arrillaga Alumni Center (McCaw Hall)

Morning Session 9:00-12:10
   - Keynote speaker
   - Panel Discussion 1
   - Start-up Company Presentations 1
   - Panel Discussion 2
   - Start-up Company Presentations 2
Lunch 12:10- 13:45
Afternoon Session 13:45-17:00
   - Biz-Dev Booths with invited Silicon Valley Start-ups
Networking Reception 17:00 – 18:30

The above schedule is tentative and subject to change.

Registration Fee
General Admission: $950/person
To register to attend please use the inquiry form on the event website:

NOTE: Registration is free for Stanford University faculty, staff, and students with valid Stanford University ID. Please contact Amanda Stoeckicht at amst at stanford dot edu for further registration instructions and details.

Event Sponsorship
For those who may be interested in becoming an event sponsor, various level sponsor plans are available. For more information regarding event sponsorship, please contact:

Hiro Nishinaka at event at svs100 dot com or by phone at 323-287-7041.