CHIBA, Japan, April 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Shuta Shibuya, Founder and CEO of Fuller, Inc. was chosen as one of the finalists of Forbes' 30 Under 30 Asia in the enterprise tech category on February 25, 2016. Shuta has been ambitious, attempting to grow his company worldwide, and this event will accelerate his activities and increase exposure overseas.
Forbes' introduced the inaugural list of Forbes' 30 Under 30 for Asia for the first time. 300 of the top promising young leaders were selected. Its selection criteria and process are private.
On May 19th, 2016, Shuta will be attending the event "Under 30 Summit Asia" in Singapore as a finalist of Forbes' 30 Under 30 Asia. The event will host approximately 250 attendees, people considered to be the most influential young entrepreneurs, innovators and game-changers across Asia and the rest of the world. A TED-style presentation will be held featuring successful business leaders. One of the judges of the Forbes' 30 Under 30 Asia, Singapore's Royston Tay, tech guru and CEO of Zopim will be speaking at the event.
Shuta is currently planning Fuller's overseas expansion process. Fuller's current mobile app market survey and analytic service "App Ape" is almost ready to launch its service in South Korea in May 2016. Taiwan is also in his vision of overseas expansion for the year of 2016. Fuller has been hiring people internationally and is getting prepared for rapid growth.
Shuta said, "I don't think there are any Japanese IT companies that have truly succeeded in the US market. And so, I will not just localize the existing business model we successfully developed in Japan. As the CEO of Fuller, I want to bring a big impact to the world by challenging myself to come up with innovative ideas by physically moving to the United States this year."
About Fuller, Inc.:
Fuller is a Japanese startup company which was founded in 2011 by Shuta when he was 22. Shuta graduated from "Kosen" high school (5-year college of technology) in Niigata, Japan. "Kosen" High School is a type of high school education which has received attention from all over the world due to their unique educational system. Attracted by Shuta's charisma, many passionate and highly skilled engineers are joining Fuller. The company has enjoyed massive growth in Japan with their mobile app survey and market analysis service "App Ape." Fuller separates their company name and its service title, so it won't disrupt its growth and innovations by limiting Fuller's possibilities.
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