As some of you know, we’re a part of the Rakuten Group – the Japanese electronic commerce and Internet company. We’re currently closely integrating with them and we’re excited about the endless opportunities ahead! So if you haven’t heard much about Rakuten, here are some interesting facts!
Our lives are managed by little portable machines carried in our pockets. Relying on tech gadgets has become normality. Technology revolution is speeding up in front of our eyes. But what does it all mean for our daily lives? Will we be taken over my machines? Read our article about AI robots based on a fascinating keynote presentation from Ben Hammersley from the Wired Magazine.
Aquafadas are becoming a major subsidiary of Rakuten with Rakuten executives Yasufumi Hirai and Koichiro Takahara joining the leadership and Claudia Zimmer and Matthieu Kopp stepping down and taking the role of advisors overseeing the transition.
2016 is drawing to a close and what a year it has been! Here at Aquafadas we’ve been tackling digital and mobile challenges with our clients from various industries and parts of the world. We are proud of our client portfolio, our part in their digital transformation and results achieved together!
Rakuten, one of the world’s leading internet services companies, who acquired Aquafadas a few years back, has entered into a partnership with the greatest football club in the world – FC Barcelona. By signing a sponsorship agreement they will become FC Barça’s new global sponsor.
The secret of startups growth ? Individuals with vision. That’s the most important fuel of Aquafadas: meaningful encounters, supportive innovators and enthusiastic employees. This is how Claudia Zimmer and Matthieu Kopp, co-founders of a mobile publishing company Aquafadas summarize their adventure in 2016 marking their 10 years anniversary.
Internet, comms and tech collaboration
What happens when a leading global Internet services company Rakuten and one of the top worldwide digital publishing technology vendors Aquafadas get together?
The 21st annual Tokyo Book Fair will be kicking off in Japan on July 2nd, with hundreds of thousands flocking to the Tokyo Big Sight to attend 4 day..