A “social business foundation cram school” targeting those who are trying to engage in businesses that are needed for Japan as social task solution businesses was held at Venture Café Tokyo in Toranomon Hills, Minato-ku, Tokyo .
A short-term business plan incubation program that deepens understanding of social business and prepares to put ideas into practice. From the 18th of October, with 4 workshops, we will learn how to fit social problems into social concepts, how to create services suitable for each person’s job, how to create profitable business models, and how to give a “know-how presentation.”
The final examination was held on November 29th, with Professor Okada, Professor of SBRC of Kyushu University, as judge. Three members selected from more than 150 participants announced themes of “Resource sharing to reform people’s sleeping habits,” “Searching for a room that promotes a healthy body,” and “Gender and sex.” The plans based on each individual’s experience provided solid output to be worked on, although the issues of profitability remain to be addressed.