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RareJob – Disrupting Education and Professional Training in Japan

In this Smartkarma Corporate Webinar, RareJob (6096 JP)‘s Co-Founder and CEO, Gaku Nakamura, will share a short company presentation along with some key aspects about RareJob, and have a fireside chat with Smartkarma Insight Provider Mark Chadwick. A live Q&A session will follow.

The Corporate Webinar will be hosted on Tuesday, 9 March 2021, 17:00 SGT / 18:00 JST.

Corporate Webinars by Smartkarma Corporate Solutions feature discussions with Corporate IROs and Executives, discussing their companies, the challenges they face, and the opportunities in their sectors and markets.

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Topic

RareJob – Disrupting Education and Professional Training in Japan

Description

RareJob (6096 JP)‘s Co-Founder and CEO, Gaku Nakamura, will share a short company presentation along with some key aspects about RareJob, and have a fireside chat with Smartkarma Insight Provider Mark Chadwick. A live Q&A session will follow.

Time

2 March 2021 at 17:00 Singapore/Hong Kong Time

Speaker(s)

Gaku Nakamura

Born in Tokyo in 1980, Gaku Nakamura received secondary education at Kaisei Junior High School and Kaisei High School before entering the University of Tokyo, where he obtained undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Information Science and Technology. He later joined NTT Docomo Inc., where he engaged in research into next-generation telecommunications. While working as an engineer, he came up with the idea of launching a new business to connect individuals. In 2007, he founded RareJob jointly with Tomohisa Kato, his classmate from junior high and high school. He took the position of CEO of RareJob in 2015.

Mark Chadwick 

Mark Chadwick has over 20 years of experience in equities and asset management in Asia and Japan. Most recently, he held positions in equity sales for Japanese and global investment banks in Tokyo and London. Mark has developed a database for evaluating the board structures of listed Japanese companies using publicly available data and a scorecard of 21 key metrics, grouped into three broad pillars – entrenchment, board independence, and shareholder alignment. The goal is to provide a framework to judge the state of governance in Japan and help investors understand each company’s strengths and weaknesses.

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