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You just launched your service and you're hoping to draw hundreds of paying customers to your platform, great! How do you actually achieve that? What are the best practices to launch an e-commerce service? What do you need to think about as you expand your business overseas?
For this ApéroTalk, we're really happy to welcome back Daniel Heffernan, CEO of Stripe Japan. If you've been living under a rock and never heard about Stripe, it is revolutionizing the e-commerce industry by providing a plug & play solution to run your online payment, and currently handles billions of dollars for business around the world.
In the continuity of his previous talk, Daniel will introduce additional best practices for building and running an e-commerce business, and also provide an introduction of some of Stripe's latest innovations (including Stripe Atlas).
ApéroTalk is our event series based on a very simple (and very French) concept: Apéro and Talk.
• 7:00 pm - Door opens
• 7:30 pm - Talk and Q&A by Daniel
• 8:30 pm - Networking session
About Daniel Heffernan
Daniel Heffernan established Stripe Japan in 2014 and since then has been building the product and team, and running local operations. Passionate about both engineering and Japan, Daniel has been writing software for 18 years and first starting studying Japanese 15 years ago. Prior to Stripe, Daniel was an engineer at Cookpad. He earned his Masters in Creative Informatics at The University of Tokyo.
About Le Wagon Tokyo
Le Wagon Tokyo is a codingschool for startups, creative people and tech entrepreneurs. Our 9-week Full-Stack Coding Bootcamp is designed for complete beginners or "half-beginners" who really want to dive into programming and, above all, change their mindset. Learn to think like a developer, consider issues with new insight, and become more autonomous thanks to these newly acquired abilities.
Le Wagon is a coding school for startups, creative people and tech entrepreneurs. Our 9-week Full-Stack Coding Bootcamp is designed for complete beginners or "half-beginners" who really want to ...Join community