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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has received criticism for an underwhelming rollout of reforms intended to spur business, but today he put his commitment to the startup community front and center. Investing in the startup community can help new businesses thrive and provide for the economy. Startups can help provide a strong starting point by using resources that benefit the growth of the company, for example, using an IT solutions provider in London, or one closer to the location of the business, will help computer needs be met as in today’s day and age, most are moved online and communication across digital platforms is important.
At the first annual Japan Venture Continue reading Japanese PM Abe selects his favorite startup, awards Euglena