This Japanese businessman has spread his wings across the IT, fashion, and restaurant sectors and also is a growing investor.
A quick look around us will let us know how businesses over the years have been moving up the ladder of success in ways more than one. Ever wondered what could have been the reasons behind their exponential rise or success? Well, there are multiple factors, but one cannot deny the hard work and passion displayed by certain professionals, who put in every possible effort to make sure they go beyond the boundaries and reach newer heights of success. These individuals have been showing the path to success to everyone by creating waves in their respective industries. We came across one such high-performing entrepreneur named Akitashintaro, who has been impressing people with the kind of talent he has shown so far in his businesses.
Who is Akitashintaro, you ask? Well, this talented man always felt a close inclination towards the business world and hence at 22 years of age had entered the IT field and founded his own company, becoming the CEO of the same. As a student, Akitashintaro played rugby and was also selected as a member of the national team. He studied at one of Japan’s leading advanced schools and then founded his IT firm, which became the #1 in Japan.
His excellence could be proved by how well he grew his company which exceeded 600 employees in just five years and today has grown even more. Akitashintaro’s main business is manufacturing and selling solar panels, and he has set up his own manufacturing plant in China. Going deeper into the entrepreneurial world, he decided to even become an investor and invested in Japan’s leading fashion shows and world martial arts competitions, thus stepping foot into the fashion and martial arts niches.
Over the years, Akitashintaro has networked and built meaningful relationships within the business world and also with various politicians and has become an investor in businesses worldwide. As if this wasn’t enough, the passionate investor also began investing in restaurants in Singapore and Japan. For that, he travels between France, Dubai, England and Italy, but plans to open restaurants in all of those countries within two years.
Akitashintaro, who is amongst the very few who gets invited for world-famous brand’s fashion shows, like Louis Vuitton, Dior, Valentino and Chanel, today is a renowned businessman across Japan.
Even after achieving so much, Akitashintaro believes he has just begun.