Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten has decided not to renew its contract with WeWork when it expires next month, according to a report in the Japan Times. Rakuten had leased about 700 desks in Tokyo, but is now planning to move employees from its fintech division into its own new offices. Both...

Uber is a mainstay in numerous giant cities, but it hasn’t had a foothold in Tokyo — a combination of strict limits on ridesharing and public wariness has kept it out of Japan’s best-known metropolis. Now, however, it’s part of the landscape....

Helsinki-based startup conference calls off flagship event due to global health crisis   By Nayantara Bhat   As COVID-19 sweeps the world, international startup conference Slush, which organizes annual shows in Helsinki, Tokyo, and Shanghai, has become the latest casualty. However, despite...

American Airlines said it will suspend 75% of its long-haul international flights from the U.S., beginning March 16 in response to decreased demand and government travel restrictions put in place to lessen the spread of COVID-19. American Airlines had already reduced its capacity. This latest move,...

KOCCA – Korea Creative Content Agency successfully organized an event “K-Content Startup in Japan” on October 28th at the Mita Campus of Keio University in Tokyo. The event had 10 … The post KOCCA conducts “K-Content Startup In Japan” successfully appeared first on KoreaTechDesk -...

With the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympics and the Rugby World Cup being held in 2019, Tokyo has become the next hothouse of growth in the field of sports. The market … The post Sports Tech Tokyo- The Next Generation Of Sports Technology appeared first on AsiaTechDaily - Asia's Leading Tech and...