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Will remote work push Japan’s rural mobility forward?

With remote work becoming the new normal and the mass movement from the city to the Japanese countryside, the trend of private car ownership is growing day by day. During this session, we’ll be hearing from Sae Hyung Jung, serial entrepreneur, founder and CEO of oVice. oVice is an agile communication tool that facilitates hybrid remote and virtual meetups. Most notably, a hope that can trigger a sudden expansion in the Japanese mobility and vehicle infrastructure.


Sae Hyung Jung — Founder & CEO, oVice

After graduating from high school in Australia, he returned to South-Korea to start a trade intermediary business. Taking advantage of the Great East Japan Earthquake, he entered a Japanese university, worked as a planning intern for an IT company, started a business in Osaka while he was a university student, and carried out cross-border IT projects. He raised funds from several venture capitals and sold the company to an incorporation listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 2017. Since 2019, he has been conducting consulting on cutting-edge IT technologies such as AI, blockchain, and RPA, and established NIMARU TECHNOLOGY to create new technologies in 2020. After being stranded in North-Africa by COVID-19, oVice began to develop.