It’s a world unto itself, concentrated on development, tech, new plans of action, information, and subsidizing. It is for the most part fixated on subsidizing. I prompt, mentor, advocate, and go through the greater part of my days conversing with business visionaries and enormous corporates about new companies and how they’re upsetting the same old thing. I live, inhale, rest, and eat new companies, explicitly fintech new businesses. It’s my work, my public activity, and my conceded compulsion. Furthermore, I do this over the globe, from London to Paris, New York to Singapore, Tel Aviv to Sydney, Dubai to Bogota.
What’s more, most as of late, at the welcome of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s Access to Tokyo activity to take an interest in a Tokyo Familiarization Trip for the Invest Tokyo Program, I visited Startup Land Tokyo for a weeklong procession of new businesses from drug tech to fintech, and robots to rambles.
This is what I’ve seen about Startup Land: nihil sub sole novum. There is just the same old thing. Sounds skeptical, and somewhat difficult to accept as we’re immersed with declarations of advancement and tech that keeps on jumping frog itself past what we can understand into the domains of sci-fi. Quantum processing is new, genuine.
So is computerized reasoning. Equipment is new, day by day declarations from any semblance of Apple, Google, Intel and so forth demonstrate it. Markets are new; P2P commercial centers keep on springing up. Truly, this is new. However, at the center of this, what drives this is the same old thing.
Strip back each one of those layers, similar to an artichoke, and what is at the core of this originality is the equivalent, interminable want to tackle an issue, make an errand simpler, save time, and improve the personal satisfaction. The center of this is about mankind, improving things for people. Indeed, even the idea of business is about people.
Everything – from our utilization, our abuse of nature, our urban areas and governments and organizations – is tied in with being human. What’s more, people have carried on in comparative ways all through the ages, with similar fixations in spite of the period: cash, impact, vanity, sex, diversion, also the Maslow nuts and bolts. Nothing essential to being human is new under the sun.