Tim Romero Tech Expert

Tim Romero is the Head of Google for Startups Japan. He is a Tokyo-based entrepreneur, podcaster, author and teacher who has started four companies and led Japan market entry for others since coming to Japan more than 25 years ago. Tim hosts the Disrupting Japan podcast, teaches corporate innovation and entrepreneurship at the NYU Shinagawa campus and is CTO of TEPCO's Business Innovation Task Force. Tim is deeply involved in Japan's startup community as an investor, founder and mentor. 

What Three-Card Monte Can Teach you about NFTs

What Three-Card Monte Can Teach you about NFTs

You’ve seen three-card-monte even if you don’t know it by name.

What I Learned as Japan's First Professional Podcaster

What I Learned as Japan's First Professional Podcaster

There is a better way to make money in podcasting.


Four Signs Your Startup is Secretly a Relationship Company

Startups in Japan have a problem. It's the same problem that faces startup founders around the world, but the misunderstanding is so strong here that it causes a lot of companies to go out of business just as they should be starting to scale. 


Why Your ICO Investment Is Going To Zero

ICO tokens are similar to dividends and should be valued as such. However, valuing these tokens using something like discounted cash flow is a horrifying exercise.


Can Workplace Drones Help To Combat Japan's Overtime Culture?

Japanese companies have long been known for their widespread practice of overtime, with employees toiling late into the night after the official end of the business day. Japanese drone startup Blue Innovation has offered a technological solution, a special drone called T-Frend designed to reduce overtime by flying around the office after hours, playing loud music and taking pictures of any staff who are still working and reporting them to management. 

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