RUTILEA Inc. (Headquarters: Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, President and CEO: Takafumi Yano), was selected as a coworking member of the “Japan Innovation Campus''. RUTILEA will strive to expand its business in the United States using its business base in Silicon Valley.

Background on Japan Innovation Campus Establishment

In order to build a global startup ecosystem in Japan and create startups that can win out on the world stage, it is important to network with top startup ecosystems overseas.
For this reason, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry is working with local industry, academia, and government to support Japanese startups aiming to expand overseas in Silicon Valley (Palo Alto City), one of the most developed startup ecosystems in the world.

Working with private companies such as local accelerators and venture capital firms, world-class universities and academic institutions such as Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley, and government agencies such as JETRO to help Japanese startups raise funds in the United States. Supporting business development, collaboration between Japanese companies and American startups, VCs, and more.

(From the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry website)

Facility exterior (from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry website)

(Address: 212 Homer Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94301 United States)

▼About Japan Innovation Campus

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