TECH PLANTER SEMINARS is a new program Leave a Nest Singapore launch to cater for needs of deep tech startups growth by sharing knowledge and experiences from TECH PLANTER alumni and TECH PLANTER partners.
Inaugural year we are proud to have 3 different partners, Ebara Corporation, Mitsui Chemicals Singapore R&D Centre Pte. Ltd. and Rohto Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
Program Overview: each session 2 hours, 15:00-17:00 (Singapore Time)
4 Feb. 2021 Deep and Marine Tech: Ebara Corporation
4 Mar. 2021 Agri, Food and Eco Tech: Mitsui Chemicals Singapore R&D Centre Pte. Ltd.
24 Mar. 2021 Bio, Med and Care Tech: Rohto Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
First of the series, 4 Mar, we are excited to announce a speaker from Mitsui Chemicals Singapore R&D Centre Pte. Ltd. and Real Tech Holdings who is our TECH PLANTER partner especially on investment.
Mr. Yoshikazu Uehara, Managing Director Mitsui Chemicals Singapore R&D Centre Pte. Ltd.
Mitsui Chemicals Inc. is one of the diversified companies in Japan and providing wide variety of chemicals and polymers globally. It will help build a better future society across five business domains, Mobility, Health Care, Food & Packaging, Next Generation Businesses and Basic Materials. Mr Uehara is in charge of new business development from Asia Pacific. He is looking for new business opportunities making best use of open innovation in connection with Mitsui Chemicals' proprietary technologies.
Mr. Daiki Kumamoto
He is the youngest capitalist of the deep-tech startup ecosystem in Japan and is the growth manager of Real Tech Fund, the No.1 VC in Japan focusing on deep-tech / real-tech startups. He is specialized in supporting startups, especially that bring solutions to care / welfare and is also the head for global strategy.
Alumni Startups from Agri, Food and Eco Tech
- Ube Tech 2017 TECH PLANTER alumni PHILIPPINES
- Noveltindo Eiyo Technoprima 2019 TECH PLANTER alumni INDONESIA
- EcoWorthTech 2017 TECH PLANTER alumni SINGAPORE
15:00-16:00 Presentation from Leave a Nest & partners
16:00-17:00 Sharing from alumni Startups