EVENT: MONO 1st year anniversary party, Open Innovation Platform

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Upcoming:
MONO 1st year anniversary party, Open Innovation 
MONO is a shared workspace focused on startups, 3D printing, and the future of manufacturing.

Platform Schedule 
13:00 - Reception
13:30-13:35 - Opening

13:35-14:35 - Special talk session “How wisdom emerges through dialogue” by Mr. Toshiaki Izeki (Professor emeritus at the University of Tokyo, Doctor of Sociology) x Mr. Shinjiro Yamada, CEO, BRAINBUS Corp., Doctor of engineering )

14:50-15:40 - Presentations (7 min x 6 pitches)

Date:
Sunday, March 2, 2014 - 13:00

Location: 
Telecom Center (MAP
10-5-2 Koto青海, Tokyo, Japan

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