Presentation: Validating an Idea for a Startup Venture


I'm pleased to announce that I'll be giving a presentation at J-Global Institute! The topic of the presentation is Validating an Idea for a Startup Venture. I invite my friends, fellow entrepreneurs and business-minded professionals to attend this event! (Please feel free to bring your friends as well!)

Topic: Validating an Idea for a Startup Venture

Speaker: Kevin K. Han

Date: Friday, December 2nd, 2016

Time: 7:00 PM

Location of J-Global Institute:

Yaesuguchi Kaikan Basement 2 (B2),

1-7-20 Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0028

〒103-0028東京都中央区八重洲1-7-20 八重洲口会館 B2

Note: The main door is not accessible after 6:00 PM so you will need to enter the Yaesuguchi Kaikan from the side street rather than the front entrance. Take the elevator to the B2 level and and follow the signs to the J-Global Institute. We'll be in the room at the end of the long hallway with the door on the left.

For Who:

Entrepreneurs; business-minded professionals looking forward to network with fellow-entrepreneurs in the startup venture / venture capital industry; investors.


7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Networking and exchange of business cards

8:00 PM to 9:30 PM Interactive Audience Engagement Presentation

9:30 PM to 10:00 PM Networking and exchange of business cards

10:00 PM ~ After-Party at a nearby bar

The Presentation will be based on the Interactive Audience Engagement format where the speaker will actively engage the audience for feedback and participation throughout the session.


Topic: Validating an Idea for a Startup Venture

Startup venture is a special kind of business. It has a plan to seek venture capital from investors - angels and venture capital firms - and an "exit plan" to achieve substantial capital gain for the investors.

A startup venture is also like a scientific experiment. It has a hypothesis that the business idea will make money - upon skillful and successful execution - and until so the business plans could be modified and improvised during operations to maximize monetization opportunities.

Investors look at one most important factor to determine if a startup venture is worth investing: monetization. Monetization is also the most important determining factor for the valuation of your business.

In this presentation, we examine each of the following components to validate an idea qualified for a startup venture:

  • The Problem(s) and Solution(s)
  • Market Potential & Scalability
  • Competition
  • Onboarding Strategy (or Go To Market Strategy)
  • Barriers of Entry


Entrance Fee:

¥1,500 pre-paid using Meetup.com or Peatix (right HERE on this page!)

¥2,000 at the door

More information:

We look forward to see you you there!



Fri Dec 2, 2016
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM JST
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