Aeterlink won the Startup Category Award at the "2nd Start Pitch Japan Final Competition"
On February 12, 2021 (Fri), Ryo Iwasa, the Representative of Aeterlink, participated in the "2nd Start Pitch Japan Final Competition" and won the Startup Category Award.
Outline of the competition: https://staatpitch.nikkei.co.jp/#about
Start Pitch Japan is a pitch-run contest sponsored by Nikkei for promising startups and successing companies that are sprouting up all over Japan.
Out of a total of 4,000 companies, we received the highest rating as a startup.
Results of the Final Competitionhttps://staatpitch.nikkei.co.jp/final/
BS TV Tokyo Broadcasted (Iwasa's appearance during the competition was covered)
About Aeterlink Corp.
Aeterlink, spun out from Stanford University, is a startup that develops and provides "WPT" (wireless power transfer) technologies and solutions to realize a wire-free world. The Company has been engaged in research and development of medical implant devices such as pacemakers for years. The Company succeeded in developing the world's first complete WPT system on a practical level, and has patented its metasurface and power receiving technologies. The Company's WPT technology has been published in numerous academic journals, books, and papers, including Nature.
|Company Name：||Aeterlink Corp.|
|Address：||Inside the Inspired.Lab, Otemachi Building 6F, 1-6-1 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo|
|Capital：||101.2 million JPY|
|Representative Directors：||Yuji Tanabe, Ryo Iwasa|
Contact information for this press release
Takaya Konishi, Public Relations, Aeterlink Corp.