After an engagement in consulting firms like Deloitte, I founded my first company exporting secondhand cars from Japan to Africa through its online commerce. After that, I founded And Africa.
After visiting over 10 African countries, I reached out the belief below.
“The future of Africa will be taking shape by youth in Africa.” The youth population is rapidly increasing in Africa.
On the other hand, the unemployment rate is still high, in particular among youth.
The lack of industry is an essential issue in that sense.
Industrialization by “startups” that is aiming to grow up rapidly by African youth.
That is the most valuable mission that I should be contributed, I believe.
With such intention, I’m working hard day by day.
Yo Murofushi, in Johannesburg, South Africa
|doing business as name||And Africa Co., Ltd.|
|Date of establishment||May 2017|
|Capital||40,852,506 JPY（as of April, 2021)|
|Business content||1. Last-mile delivery service
2. Investment Advisory and Consulting
3. Business Matching Platform
Graduated from Kobe University Faculty of Law. He is a member of the Dai-ichi Tokyo Bar Association. After working as a lawyer and being transferred to the Financial Services Agency, he joined the Boston Consulting Group in 2011.
He was appointed to the board of directors in June 2016 (retired at the end of 2018) and also serves as an officer of several group subsidiaries.
An executive officer of A.L.I. Technologies Inc.
Graduated from Columbia university Graduate School of International Public Policy.
He established Attacker’s School for Entrepreneurship, Business Breakthrough Management School, Isshinjuku Policy School, and Japan School of Policy Making. Teaching at Tama Graduate School of Business. He runs EDO TEC GLOBAL SHOOL in Rwanda and Syria as a non-profit organization. He served as a director of listed companies, a venture founder, and a venture capital executives.
While working in the overseas division of a Japanese manufacturer, he built his career in Africa as a Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers for two years. He worked as the Executive Director of an NGO supporting Africa, and just before TICAD 6 in 2016, he moved to Nairobi and worked for two and a half years at JICA’s Kenya office as an ABE Initiative Program Officer. Currently he supports projects related to Africa as an individual.
We’re looking for internship who can support our business expansion consisting of consulting and startup investment business.
Currently we’re not looking for anyone.
an management consultant who used to work at major consulting firms.
an IT engineer who can work at our Tokyo office.