Entry Japan's mission is to improve medical care through the exchange of technology, and to provide practical, cross-cultural business services and information.
Entry Japan is extremely fortunate to be supported by a network of business relationships built up over 15 years by the founder, Daniel Stakoe. The company seeks to employ self-starters with a strong sense of business ethics.
Daniel Stakoe, President
2001 - Present Established Entry Japan K.K. with 10,000,000 yen
1999 - 2001 Vice President of Business Development, Nihon Cochlear K.K., local subsidiary of the world's largest cochlear implant manufacturer.
1993 - 1999 Representative Director and Controller, The Stanley Works Japan K.K., which had acquired its bankrupt local master distributor. This franchise sales organization became both profitable and predictable in the first three years.
1989 - 1993 Manager, Citibank NY and Citibank Tokyo. Performed a variety of tasks, including mergers and acquisitions, financial analysis, market research, sales management and planning.
1986 - 1989 Systems Analyst, Yasuda Trust and Banking Co., Ltd. Engaged in overseas branch management system design, programming, training, and translating.
1997 - 1998 M.B.A., Asian business focus, University of Southern California, I.B.E.A.R. program
1982 - 1986 B.A., Global Finance, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Tokyo Mitsubishi Bank Co., Ltd. Shibuya, Meiji Dori Branch
Entry Japan K.K.
Tokyo, Japan 150-0002
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