When I was a student, I was wandering abroad, collecting enough money to borrow. If I met myself in the future, I would definitely say, "Don't worry about money, do what you can only do now." Experiences abroad have had a great impact on my thinking. It gave me a feeling of "impairment" and "sense of crisis."
The reason why Japan is rich now is that its predecessors sweated day and night, created world-class things, and earned foreign currency.
However, its position has declined, and few new world leaders have emerged. Moreover, the students from Asian countries that I met overseas had overwhelmingly high skills in English and information technology, and above all, they made a big difference in the hungry spirit. As it was, Japan was deeply impatient as Japan lost its international competitiveness.
We had to create a world-leading leader in a new industry, and create an ecosystem in which such entrepreneurs were born.
I was dying of malaria while wandering Africa. At that time, it was the local people who could not say that they could afford to help.
From that time on, I realized what a small idea for Japan's future.
Anyway, people die without having 100 years. One day you may die lightly.
At that time, how to live without regret, to leave a little interesting world for our next generation around the world, to create a mechanism that continuously improves I came to the idea that.
Widsley is the way to do that.
I would like to play a part in the innovation of technology so that it can advance human life.
In the future, I would like to continue to move forward and earnestly continue to move forward without losing my venture mind.
It's a sequel.
Representative Director Hirotoka Takahashi div>