Women’s Start-up Club

April 2015 FEW Women’s Start-up Club Recap : How to Take the Leap from a Corporate Career to Your Own Business

April 21, 2015
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Recap FEW Women’s Start-Up Club April Meeting – Tuesday, April 14, 2015 “Three important key learnings from two women who have made the shift from large corporate to running their own business” Old Kimonos, school uniforms and a health coach certificate: how to take the leap from a corporate career to your own business By…

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February 2015 FEW Women’s Start-Up Club Recap: Branding

February 8, 2015
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FEW Women’s Start-Up Club Meeting – Tuesday, 3 February 2015 By Katharina von Tschurtschenthaler Sofia made it. She started her own business: She is running an online shop selling paintings produced by Ethiopian artists. The webpage looks fabulous, professional and creates the desire to start filling the online shopping cart. Now that the online presence…

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December 2014 FEW Women’s Start-Up Club Recap: Starting Your Own Business in Japan

December 7, 2014
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FEW Women’s Start-Up Club Meeting – Tuesday, December 2, 2014 By Katharina von Tschurtschenthaler Be advised: There is a lot of paperwork waiting for you if you want to start your own business. But: ”Once you know the procedure, it is quite straightforward“, says Yoko Majima, immigration lawyer and legal advisor. She started her own…

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November 2014 FEW Meeting Recap: Tips for Overcoming Conflict

November 18, 2014
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Recap: “Tips for Overcoming Conflict” FEW Meeting November 13, 2014 Speaker: Tania Coke Tania Coke, conflict meditator, corporeal mime artist, and FEW November speaker, sees conflict as a chance to keep asking yourself, “Who am I?” By Christina Hanazawa-Gallagher, FEW Programs Director On Thursday, November 13, FEW welcomed conflict mediator and corporeal mime artist, Tania…

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