Sat, Dec
15

Women Entrepreneur Night Vol.8

4:00pm – 7:00pm
¥2,500 – ¥4,000

Startup Lady is bridging together a business network of current and future female entrepreneurs/leaders in a friendly, bilingual environment. Bond with icebreakers, business journeys, & thought-provoking discussions with like-minded individuals. Let’s support each others’ endeavors while learning and growing together. Guest speakers are to be confirmed but are sure to be interesting and inspiring.

Both Japanese and non-Japanese are welcome; this is a bilingual event. Male supporters, please come accompanied by a female guest. The event will be held at Ryozan Park in Otsuka.

Tickets for returning guests are 2,500 yen, Earlybird tickets are 3,000 yen, Advance tickets are 3,500 and on-the-door tickets are 4,000 yen. Online tickets will be made available soon.

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