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From Atlas CEO Message

28.Atlas's Future as corporate.

Getting up so early in the morning on weekend and sitting in front of my PC, I always think about one thing. Am I doing correctly? Am I really approaching what I’m aiming at as Atlas's CEO?

Aren’t there anything I didn’t mistakenly pick up? It’s terribly hard for me to find a room during daylight to think about these things without being interrupted. Only a little bit time in the morning at the dawn of days gives me opportunities to do so.

To be honest, I’m continuously concerned with one thing. Quo Vadis in terms of where my company should go. Of course, we successfully distribute our language lessons to Japanese students and corporates even through the prominent news agency, even to foreign language instructors.

We’re very proud of that, because our school, Atlas, is the only company which is, as a totally independent language school in Japan, allowed to do so.

Beyond that, both our school counselor and marketing team are capable enough to make our school so influential in the Japanese educational market within a few years. In this regard, we’ve welcomed a series of Japanese corporate clients and help them to grow with their talented workforce. We’re also extremely proud of what we’ve successfully done so far.

Nevertheless, from my viewpoint, something significant is failed. This doesn’t mean that our school as a private company registered in Japan falls short of money. What I want to say is something different. I’m now trying to figure out what it is. Of course, we’ll further work on our financial success and reputation. It’s something to be added to them that actually matters.

Peter Drucker, a legendary scholar on corporate management, suffered from the quite same frustration as I’m now facing. The reality in Germany in 1930s didn’t reflect his firm belief in Christianity.

He was forced to escape from Europe and flee to the States where he could finally find out what he really wanted. The God’s will reveals in companies due to excellent leadership and management. He enthusiastically tried to understand general principles, which automatically let companies be successful in this regard.

Having said that, I’m feeling our school should to slightly change its direction to reach its own goal. Thanks to our own instructors making on lessons, which is, as I described beforehand, well known in the market, our school is fully aware of how the Japan will look like in the very near future.

However, what we imagine isn’t automatically the reality. However splendid our imagination is, it just stays as imagination. What we need is our actions to make it happen in the reality.

Herewith, I declare to get started to be actively involved in Japanese venture capitals’ world. To realize Japan's golden age, it’s not governmental acts but private companies’ power that’s urgently needed.

Only entrepreneurs are capable of giving the people jobs, so that they can survive and enjoy their lives. For this purpose, we Japanese need both excellent and public spirited entrepreneurs with splendid leadership and management skills, whom our institute have to support both financially and strategically. To reach this goal, our institute is obliged to become venture capitalist by itself from now on.

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