Journey into Tokyo

Council Community follower and entrepreneur in Japan, Marc-Alexandre Cartiant shares a video of journeying to Tokyo

A true Japanophile – a “shinnichi” – Marc-Alexandre Cartiant moved to Japan seven years ago after a period of professional assignments in the country for CrossKnowledge, a leading Franco-American eLearning provider. He now heads a start-up consulting agency in Tokyo. Watch this space for a forthcoming insider perspective on entrepreneurship in Japan.

Music written by Benjamin Pitot

Marc-Alexandre Cartiant

Marc-Alexandre Cartiant

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