Back in the early days of Silicon Florist, one of the first startups I began covering regularly was a Portland startup called LUNARR. And while that venture didn’t achieve the stratospheric heights we all hoped it would, it did bring an incredibly thoughtful and interesting cofounder to the fore in Hideshi Hamaguchi. Now, fast forward nearly a decade and Hideshi is speaking at New Relic’s FutureTalk, this evening.
In 1993, he developed Japan’s first corporate Intranet and also led the concept development for the world first USB flash drive in 1999. Hideshi Hamaguchi has profound experience in defining strategies and decision making, as well as in concept development for various industries and businesses. As Executive Fellow at Ziba Design and CEO at monogoto, he is today considered a leading mind in creative concept and strategy development on both sides of the Pacific.
I highly encourage you to take the chance to hear Hideshi speak. He is, quite literally, one of the most thoughtful and insightful people I’ve ever had the pleasure of encountering.
The event takes place tonight, Monday, April 11, 2016, at New Relic. Doors open at 5:30PM.
For more information or to RSVP, visit FutureTalk with Hideshi Hamaguchi.