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Strategic Partner Spotlight: Megumi Moss, Founder and CEO, Carefinder

CF_MM_profileI joined FEW 4 years ago, around the same time I started my company CareFinder, a bilingual babysitter matching site. CareFinder aims to support working women and families in Japan. CareFinder’s mission is similar to FEW’s.

Four years ago, when I left my job to start CareFinder, I needed support as I was embarking on a new journey. Without the help of the FEW community, I would not have found the support, guidance, and network I needed to start CareFinder.

Over the past four years, the CareFinder community has evolved into an international community of trusted babysitters. The CareFinder team puts a lot of effort into ensuring the babysitters on our site are up to the CareFinder standards. We put each sitter through a strict screening process, bring them each to our office for a face-to-face interviews, confirm childcare experience, ensure permission to work in Japan, and register with the government.

Because CareFinder caters to both the international and Japanese communities we are able to attract babysitters from varied backgrounds, such as students from over the world, au pairs from Europe, multilingual sitters, or Japanese license child care providers. Exposing children to such diverse backgrounds helps foster an enriching environment for children to grow up in. CareFinder seeks to go beyond simply babysitting, but to help children grow into well rounded open-minded individuals.

Now CareFinder is in the position to give back to the FEW community that we have gained so much from. We are looking forward to working together with FEW as a Strategic Partner.

For more information on CareFinder and finding babysitters, please visit: www.carefinder.jp.

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May 2018 FEW Women’s Start-Up Club Recap: The Importance of Cyber Security to Entrepreneurs

In our May Women’s Start-Up Club, Nicola Vote of McAfee shed light on how entrepreneurs can protect their customers and also protect their reputation and business online. And she managed to leave us all well informed, alert yet a bit “scared”, too.   Let’s jump into some definitions and which aspects are important when it […]

Published on 24th June 2018

Special Event Recap – Radical Boundaries Workshop with Sarah Furuya

  FEW’s June Special Event Workshop, took place on June 21st, 2018 at H&R Roppongi and was run by Sarah Furuya, FEW Strategic Partner, long-time member and former president who works as a life & executive coach, facilitator and mentor, supporting particularly women in achieving their goals and realizing their dreams. Her workshop “Radical Boundaries: […]

Published on 24th June 2018

Q&A with Cynthia Usui, author and Head of Hospitality, Tokyo 2020 Olympics, The Coca-Cola Company

Leading up to our upcoming monthly meeting on ‘Breaking the Mold: Finding New Beginnings at Any Age,’ we’re featuring a Q&A with Cynthia Usui, author of 専業主婦が就職するまでにやっておくべき8つのこと (Eight things Full-Time Housewives Should Do Before Entering the Workforce) and Head of Hospitality, Tokyo 2020 Olympics, The Coca-Cola Company. The Q&A is modeled on the Proust Questionnaire, designed to […]

Published on 7th June 2018

June 2018 Strategic Partner Member Offers and Other News

Check out the latest member offers and opportunities from our Strategic Partners and other FEW Community Events here! Our Strategic Partners are committed to bringing the best services and products to FEW members. And go to our Strategic Partners page to learn more about all of FEW’s Strategic Partners, who not only support FEW’s activities but also […]

Published on 6th June 2018

May 2018 Monthly Meeting Recap: Stronger Together: FEW x FAJ

Who knew that our members had so many hidden talents? The first joint event with FEW and FAJ — the group for French-speaking professional women in Tokyo — on May 15 unveiled quite few surprises as we listened to presentations about their work, projects, lives, experiences and aspirations. Members of both associations are involved in […]

Published on 5th June 2018