This event features four speakers who are in the field of English language education for children. They have solved their need for space in different ways. Some of the solutions have been driven by purely practical concerns. Others by their vision and philosophy.
Join us for an evening of practical discussion about the role of space in the development of a small business. When do you make the leap to renting or owning your own space? How is a space related to insurance? marketing? growth potential?
Lisa Hosokawa, Relations member at Shibaura House and co-founder of Third Space Tokyo, will give an opening overview presentation about the business model and space decisions of each of the four speakers. The presentation will be followed by facilitated Q&A. The atmosphere will be relaxed and friendly. We especially welcome people who are wondering how to combine parenthood with starting a small community-based business.
Founder of Tokyo Bees and co-owner of The Colourful Circle in Azabu, Minato-ku
Founder of Hana House in Nishi-Ogikubo, Suginami-ku
Founder of Honey Tree Tots in Aobadai, Meguro-ku
Fe Esperanza M. Saito
Founder of Fe Saito Home School in Hachioji-shi
Graduate of SEELS Teachers Academy
Co-Founder and Chief English Co-Creator at Third Space Tokyo
Member of Shibaura House Relations co-working program
Shibaura House, 5F
3-15-4 Shibaura Minato-ku
Participation Fee: 2,000 yen (to be paid in cash at the event)
Light food and drink included.
Japanese and English will be the primary languages for the event. We will flow between the two and provide support based on the needs of participants.
Registration (required): Registration Form for My Room Event