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Stories from 7-Figure Business Leaders to Inspire Your Growth

Japan Scalers features interviews with Japan's top country managers, bootstrapped founders, venture back founders, growth leaders, we will feature their stories to help you scale your company to 7 figures.

Japan Scalers guests bring experience from global brands you know
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Scaling Youtube in Japan with David Macdonald

In this fourth episode, we are delighted to welcome David Macdonald, founder and CEO of DJMAC. His company specializes in corporate consulting and advisory, particularly in global and intercultural business challenges, drawing upon his extensive experience at Docomo, Disney, and YouTube, as well as his role as an outside director at KADOKAWA Corporation!

Scaling Haagen-Dazs in Japan with Bela Schweiger

In the second episode of Japan Scalers, Bela Schweiger shares his story as an expert in scaling Häagen-Dazs. With an impressive track record collaborating with The Coca-Cola Company, Nokia, General Mills, and L’Orèal, Bela talks about the transformation of Häagen-Dazs in Japan and pioneering AI-driven ESG solutions for the Japanese market.

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Learn from the best in business on how to grow, expand, and rock out with the Scaling Japan Podcast! Learn more about business in Japan across finance, marketing, market entry, sales, and human resources. 

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Founder. Entrepreneur. Mentor.

Your host, Tyson Batino

Tyson Batino is a seasoned entrepreneur known for scaling One Coin English to 200 employees and Japan Switch to 30 employees. As a mentor with 500 Global, he guides emerging entrepreneurs, leveraging his expertise in business growth and education. Tyson's leadership and vision drive his success in diverse ventures.

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