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Dream, Girl – Movie Night with FEW and Mums in Business

Join FEW and Mums in Business (MIB) for this special screening of Dream, Girl, which tells the stories of amazing female entrepreneurs inspiring the next generation of leaders, followed by a panel discussion with Tokyo-based female entrepreneurs.

Wednesday April 26th / 19:00 - 22:00 / FEW and MIB Members ¥3500 / Guests ¥4500 (includes finger food buffet & beverages)

We’ve all heard of entrepreneurs like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Mark Zuckerberg. But what about female entrepreneurs? What is the story behind the amazing women who set out to conquer the world and pursue their dreams of business? Dream, Girl is the movie that tells the story about female entrepreneurs who inspire the leaders of tomorrow.

FEW and Mums in Business Tokyo invite you to the first screening of this amazing movie in Tokyo. Dream, Girl is entirely written, directed and produced by talented women from various backgrounds all with one goal: Showing the struggles and the big successes of female entrepreneurs.

The evening will include the screening of Dream, Girl, followed by a panel discussion with female entrepreneurs based in Tokyo. Men are welcome to join as well. Drinks and finger food will also be provided. Check out the trailer below and view other inspiring Dream, Girl videos here.

Panel Discussion Members & Moderator
Panel Members

tia (2)Tia Haygood, photographic entrepreneur and founder of TopTia Photography. Tia does portraits, events, food, and product photography from the Tokyo area, helping businesses and artists enhance their brand visually. She enjoys photographing the urban characteristics of Tokyo and travels around Japan, tasting its many unique local foods.


abigail updated(2)Abigail Terrien, founder of Abi Loves, a PR & Consulting agency specializing in kids fashion and lifestyle industry. She also runs Small if More Kids Pop-up Shop and My Organic City, a guide to places & products that make our city. Abi is an active working Mum, always on the lookout for new ventures, new trends bringing a certain lifestyle to the market picked up through her numerous travels, and a nomad at heart.


yuko_snap(2)Yuko Watatani, co-founder and designer of Pompette, a Japanese duo bringing ideas and brands to life through illustration, design, storytelling and content creation. Yuko’s work ranges from concept development and design to writing and content creation. Pompette has two books to be released in 2017 from Italy, both in English and Italian.



koel updated(v3)Koël Purie Rinchet, award winning actor, writer, talk show host and YouTuber. Koël has recently been hired by the Japanese government to promote tourism. She also writes for India Today, and has acted in over 20 films in India, UK and Canada.



About Venue:

Impact HUB Tokyo LogoWe chose to organize the screening of Dream, Girl at Impact Hub Tokyo, a place where entrepreneurs can be creative, cowork and exchange ideas with like-minded people. Impact HUB Tokyo is a community with a common value shared amongst its members: “Questioning + Action = Impact”. It is part innovation lab, business incubator and coworking space where a community of (social) entrepreneurs gather, connect and exchange knowledge and ideas. Find out more here.

About Caterer:

Kiwi-Kitchen-Logo-Red-200pxThe Dream, Girl event will be catered by well-known gourmet food company Kiwi Kitchen. Based on providing healthy, delicious food from all corners of the globe, Kiwi Kitchen delivers gourmet meals and  provides catering services for businesses and international schools, office functions and meetings, cocktail parties, BBQs and other functions.  The company also operates a cafe in Shirokane, less than 10 mins walk from Shirokanedai station.

About Mums in Business Tokyo

Mums in Business TokyoMums in Business Tokyo is a group of professional females with one thing in common – we’re all frantically trying to find ways to balance working life with everything family life throws at us too. We love being mums, but we also love having a career. And because it’s rarely easy to do both brilliantly, we get together every month to share experiences and tips, and generally provide support. It’s a great place to network professionally too, with worthwhile connections and business relationships also often formed.


Event Details

Dream, Girl – Movie Night with FEW and Mums in Business
Wednesday April 26th
19:00 - 22:00
FEW and MIB Members ¥3500 / Guests ¥4500 (includes finger food buffet & beverages)
Impact Hub Tokyo
2-11-3, Meguro, Meguro-ku, 153-0063 Tokyo