Born in 1961. Graduated from The University of Tokyo, Majored in economics. Joined NTT in 1985 when it was privatized. Engaged in the sales and marketing of communications network for large accounts. Received an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management in 1997, with a focus on high-tech venture business management. Joined Netscape Communications Corporation. Organized portal business in the Japanese Market. In Digital Garage Inc., provided strategic internet solutions to major companies as Representative Director and COO, during the IPO process. Developed a method of new business establishment with major companies, called sponsored incubation. Professor in Graduate School of Digital Hollywood University, teaches “IT Business in unification of communications and broadcasting,” “Venture capital business Theory” from 2004 to 2011. Published a business book called “Shocks in digital conversion” from Nikkei BP Planning, “Innovation Ecosystem and New growth strategy” from Maruzen Publishing, Inc.