Total Access Japan Event Series - The Global Market for Startups: Exit Trends in the U.S., Europe, and Japan

Seminar | November.20.2017 | 6:00pm - 7:30pm (Tokyo Standard Time)

Orrick Tokyo Office オリック東京オフィス

日本語: グローバル市場の観点からのスタートアップ:Exitのトレンド、米国、ヨーロッパ、そして日本

Orrick's Total Access Japan Event Series provides entrepreneurs business, tactical, and legal education through complimentary panels and seminars and networking events.

The next event will take place on Tuesday, November 21 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.

15,500 startup exits and 1.3 trillion USD in total value – join Orrick Tokyo and Dream Incubator to learn about worldwide exit trends over the last 7 years and the typical profiles of not just the startup that makes it to exit but also the regional ecosystems in which they are being acquired. Orrick attorneys will begin with an overview of global trends, focusing on the U.S. and Europe. Katsunari Matsui from Dream Incubator will follow with a discussion on exit trends in Japan. Attendees will be welcomed and encouraged to offer their observations and perspectives after the presentations.

Agenda

  1. Welcome
  2. Global Overview of Exit Trends
  3. Trends in US and Europe
  4. Trends in Japan
  5. Open discussion

Katsunari Matsui, Manager, Corporate Advisory Group, Dream Incubator

He is primarily involved in cross-border M&A advisory business at DI.

Most of the closed deals are cross-border as buy-side/investor-side advisor to large Japanese companies. The industries covered include Industrial Goods, Healthcare, ICT, Consumer Brands, etc.

Prior to joining DI, he worked as Investment Manager for SBI Investment (formerly Softbank Investment), one of the largest venture capital firms in Japan.

Date & Time: November 21 (Tuesday) 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Location: Orrick Tokyo Offices (Map)
Speaker:
Katsunari Matsui, Manager, Dream Incubator
Sven Greulich, Partner, Dusseldorf Office
Ben Spitz, Managing Associate, Tokyo Office
Language: English and Japanese (no simultaneous interpretation)
Registration: RSVP by Monday November 20
Fee: Free of charge

For questions, please contact Aya Mori.

Practice:

  • Technology & Innovation Sector
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Technology Companies Group

Dr. Sven Greulich, LL.M. (Cantuar), EMBA 合伙人

杜塞尔多夫

Sven advises technology companies on complex cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and venture capital as well as growth investments, and provides general corporate counseling.

His clients include technology companies of all stages and their investors. Supported by a global and cross-practice team, he also counsels major corporations and scale-ups on international expansion and growth projects and has a special focus on in- and outbound German/US investments and joint ventures.

Sven is passionate about building a bridge for his clients from Germany to the US and other international technology hubs and to help them succeed in the international market. With a dual background in business and law, an entrepreneurial spirit, and experience in over 200 M&A transactions and financing rounds across many industries, Sven has a unique perspective, which inspires him to find the best strategic and commercially viable solution for his clients.

Sven volunteers with entrepreneur groups at the WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management and the RWTH Aachen and regularly lectures at the WHU and the RWTH incubation and innovation centers on venture capital financings, start-up growth and corporate venture capital.

Sven's work has been repeatedly awarded, inter alia

  • the leading German market publication JUVE lists him as "frequently recommended" for M&A, private equity, as well as corporate advice and - since 2019 - ranks Sven as one of Germany's top 15 attorneys for venture capital, the highest recognition for this category awarded by JUVE (2023/2024);
  • Chambers ranks him as one of the top 10 venture capital lawyers in Germany (2024);
  • Legal500 Deutschland includes Sven as "frequently recommended" for M&A (mid-sized deals) as well as private equity (mid-sized deals) and ranks him as a "leading individual" for venture capital (2024); and
  • in the 2017 edition of its Innovative Lawyers Report Europe, the Financial Times named Sven's work to connect start-ups with Germany's Mittelstand (mid-sized companies) a standout “for making bridges between Silicon Valley and Germany”.