[BIJ Event] Monday 8/09 12pm JST~
8pm PDT | 11pm EDT | 4am BST | 5am CEST | 8:30am IST
[Founded In Japan] Startup Reading Classics: The Hard Thing About Hard Things
In this 2 hour special for the Monday holiday in Japan (‘Mountain Day’), we roll the usual evening session ‘Founded In Japan: uncommon knowledge about starting up into the Business In Japan weekly lunchtime Clubhouse room, for the first in a new series where Japan market Startup Founders and Investors discuss famous as well as perhaps hidden gems in the books about startups that they found most relevant and interesting.
For this first discussion room Paul will introduce selected open readings from the startup classic, The Hard Thing About Hard Things, by Ben Horrowitz.
“Considered a cannon of management wisdom for first time, or experienced, startup CEOs. Join us for an uncommon take on the lessons and applying them in Japan.”
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WHAT: [Founded In Japan] Special Startup Book Classics: The Hard Thing About Hard Things
WHEN: Monday, August 9th, 2021, 12pm to 2:00pm~
JOIN THE ROOM: https://www.clubhouse.com/event/Pr1Vgpaj (tap to enter/save to calendar)
ZOOM URL will be sent to you after RSVP: https://businessinjapan.doorkeeper.jp/events/125520
You can listen in on Zoom or Clubhouse! While Clubhouse is a smartphone only, Audio-only, invite-only new Social Media platform, we will stream the audio from Clubhouse into Zoom.
During Q&A, AMA, Zoom attendees can use Chat to have a moderator ask a question on your behalf!
Due to the Audio originating in Clubhouse, for Zoom attendees, we can take any questions from the Zoom audience by Chat. If you’re on Clubhouse, feel free to raise your hand to come on stage to talk.
If you can, we recommend joining the Clubhouse App – ‘Drop-in, Audio-only Chat’ with the link above, where you’ll have a chance to raise your hand to ask questions, where people are ‘brought up on stage’ in an AMA format within Clubhouse. You can do this with the link mentioned above if you have an iPhone though – no Invite required!
News: the Android version was released in May and invite requirement to join dropped July!