All industries have been made more convenient by ICT (information and communications technology).
However, only the construction industry
Although many before us have challenged the old ways,
new values and ways of thinking have never been created.
Here, Sukedachi takes up the challenge.
Based on history, this might seem reckless.
People with common sense say it’s impossible.
For us, that is what makes the challenge worthwhile.
With our deep knowledge of the construction industry and our app development skills,we can do it.
We will dig deep into the roots of the industry and redefine it.
We will be a fundamental game changer.
It is our mission.
He worked in the construction department of Kinden Corporation, engaging in the management of electrical construction, mainly on general contractors’ large construction sites and redevelopment projects. After managing an electrical construction company for more than 10 years, he founded Sukedachi Inc. in March 2017.
He completed his master's degree in business administration at Rikkyo University Graduate School.
In 2007, he joined Bain & Company, where he worked in strategic consulting. He lived in Vietnam for three years, starting in 2012. He launches cooking schools, restaurants, etc. Starting in 2017, he served as Managing Director and Executive Officer at Yumeshin Holdings Co., Ltd., where he was in charge of Temporary Construction Staffing, Corporate Planning, M&A, Human Resources, Internal Control, Investor Relations, etc. He joined Sukedachi in February 2021.
He graduated from the University of Tokyo's Faculty of Law.
Representative Director of Genesia Ventures, Inc.
After working for about 8 years in fundraising at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, he was involved in investment at CyberAgent Ventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of CyberAgent. From August 2010, he served as the company's Representative Director. In August 2016, he founded Genesia Ventures Inc.
He graduated from Osaka University’s Faculty of Engineering.
MPowerPartners Fund L.P. General Partner
Formerly with Morgan Stanley’s Investment Banking Division and former branch manager at Clay Finlay Investment Advisors. She made long-term investments in Uniqlo and other companies as a Japanese growth stock portfolio manager. She launched the babysitting company Mei Corporation, and sold it to an education-related company. She has translated entrepreneur bibles by authors such as Peter Thiel and Ben Horowitz. Ms. Seki is an outside director of World Co, Ltd. and Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd.
She completed a Master’s Degree at the Harvard Graduate School of Business.
Mr. Uemura joined Intelligence Co., Ltd. (now PERSOL Career Co., Ltd.) in 2008. After first working in sales, he was engaged in business planning and mathematical management as a corporate planner. After joining the Temp Group (now PERSOL Group), he was in charge of corporate planning, during which time he promoted the integration of group companies and PMI as PMO of business restructuring PJT. He joined Sukedachi in April 2019.
He completed his master's degree in engineering at Kyoto University Graduate School.
In 2016, he joined Mizuho Bank, Ltd. He joined Sukedachi as the fourth employee in January, 2018, and has served as COO, Director at Corporate Strategy Group, Leader at HR group, GM of CEO’s office, and Manager of PR group since then.
He graduated from Rikkyo University/Faculty of economics.
In 2013, he joined GREE Inc. He was engaged as a server-side engineer in social game platform development and social game planning, development, and operation. After that, he joined Geniee, Inc. as a server-side engineer in 2017. After working as the development team leader and manager of an advertising platform, he was appointed as the head of the development department in 2019. He joined Sukedachi in November 2020.
He completed his Master's degree at the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University.
After working at Fuji Bank, Bankers Trust and Banking Japan, and studying at the University of Sydney (MBA), he joined the Nomura Research Institute. Mr. Igata has been a full-time Auditor at Sukedachi Corporation since April 2021, after serving as General Manager of the Asset Management Research Department at Nomura Research Institute, Deputy General Manager of the Corporate Planning Department at Nomura Holdings, Director of Research at the Nomura Institute of Capital Markets Research, Executive Officer of the Nomura Holdings, Managing Director of the Nomura Holdings, and Senior Fellow of the Nomura Sustainability Research Center. Since 2016, he has been a specially-appointed professor at Rikkyo University’s Graduate School of Business Design, and a visiting professor there since 2020. He has also served as a member of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry's conference on the "Ito Report for Human Capital Management" (commonly known as the Ito Report).
He completed his Master’s degree at the University of Sydney’s Graduate School of Management and Public Policy.
In 1993, he joined Chuo Audit Corporation, and then after working for a major securities company, he founded the Wada CPA Office in 2003.
He graduated from Keio University’s Faculty of Economics.
|March 30, 2017
|Planning, creation, and operation of Internet services
|Tokyo Rocket Corporation (now Sukedachi Inc.) founded
|Winner of a GGA award sponsored by G’s Academy
|Headquarters relocated to Shibuya, Tokyo
|Implemented a capital increase totaling 50 million yen through a third-party allotment of shares
|Won the Judges' Special Award at the TechCrunch Tokyo 2017 Startup Battle
|Won 2nd place in Forbes JAPAN’s “Rising Star” Awards
|Won 2nd place in the IVS 2017 Fall Pitch Competition
|Tokyo Rocket Corporation changed its name to Sukedachi Inc.
|Implemented a capital increase totaling 530 million yen through a third-party allotment of shares
|Headquarters relocated to Nanpeidai-cho, Shibuya, Tokyo
|Implemented a capital increase totaling 700 million yen through a third-party allotment of shares
|Implemented a capital increase totaling 800 million yen through a third-party allotment of shares
|Won the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Award at the 2020 i-Construction Awards
|Implemented a capital increase of 1.85 billion yen through third-party allotment of shares, issuance of CBs, etc.
Sumitomo Fudosan Shinjuku Central Park Tower 14F, 6-18-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0023
A 13-minute walk from JR/Tokyo Metro/Toei Line Shinjuku Station, Exit A17
A 5-minute walk from Toei Oedo Line Tochomae Station, Exit E4
An 8-minute walk from Marunouchi Line Nishi-Shinjuku Station, Exit 2