Founded Year

2015

Stage

Series B - II | Alive

Total Raised

$12.62M

About primeNumber

primeNumber operates trocco, a SaaS-based data integration service that enables engineers to automate the data acquisition process, and systemN, a general-purpose data engineering PaaS platform.

primeNumber Headquarter Location

Toshin Meguro Building 7F 2-20-28 Shimomeguro, Meguro-ku

Tokyo, 153-0064,

Japan

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  • trocco

    trocco is a cloud based data integration platform, offering data management solutions such as, ETL/ELT pipeline integration, orchestration, and data catalog. trocco can be used to automatically integrate, and orchestrate multiple ETL pipelines, reducing the data engineering time required to by up to 90%.

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Top 20 Most Promising Startups in Japan in 2022

May 5, 2022

Top 20 Most Promising Startups in Japan in 2022 Share Top 20 Most Promising Startups in Japan in 2022 It’s one of the most exciting and cutting-edge countries globally, especially for people who want to start a business. People in Japan have a strong work ethic on average. They also have a lot of entrepreneurial spirits, which means there are a lot of high-quality startups in the country. It also helps that Japanese startups have a great ecosystem, consistently rated higher than the global average. This also helps explain why Japanese startups have been so successful. The government’s strategy to improve the startup ecosystem in Japan has also worked well for startup founders there. Let’s talk about the Top 20 Most Promising Startups in Japan in 2022. Izumi Finance Size ranges from 1-to 10. Founder: Jimmy Yin. Izumi Finance is a Japanese company that was started in 2020. It is now based in Tokyo. The company uses liquidity mining to give Uniswap staking rewards across different prices. This makes it easier for people who provide tips on Uniswap to get them quickly. Since the business was started, it has been able to get money from outside sources to help it grow and improve. The company has been through two rounds of funding and has 22 investors who have supported it during these financing rounds. As a result, the company has put in $5.6 million. I’mbesideyou. Size ranges from 1-to 10. Founder: Shozo Kamiya  There is a Japanese company called I’mbesideyou. It was started in 2020 and is now based in Setagaya. The company has a SaaS solution for online communication that uses AI technology for video analysis. People who work for a business can use this to improve their communication online and make it more meaningful. Since the business was started, it has been getting money from outside sources to help it grow. The company has raised money once, which has opened the door for two investors to get in. These investors have put together 115 Million Yen. 3. Prime number  Size ranges from 11-to 50. Founder: Yamamoto Kenta and Yuki Tanabe. There is a Japanese company called PrimeNumber. It was started in 2015 and is now based in Meguro. The company has a SaaS solution that allows for better data integration and saves engineers time by automating getting data. This will enable them to focus on more critical tasks and improve the efficiency of the business. In terms of getting money from outside sources to help the business grow, PrimeNumber has had some success. For example, the company has done a single round of funding for startups since it was founded. This has allowed two investors to put together 130 million yen into the company. 4. Finatext Japan’s headquarters are in Tokyo, which is in Japan. Size ranges from 1-to 10. Founder: Masashi Toda, Ryota Hayashi, and Watanabe Tsutomu Watanabe Finatext is a Japanese company that was started in 2014. It is now based in Tokyo. The company wants to help financial services businesses by giving them essential cloud infrastructure and data analysis tools. It has found a market for its services because of all the information available in financial markets and how important it is to do an excellent job of analyzing that information,  It has been getting a lot of money from other people since it was started. Because of four separate rounds of funding, there are now five people who own a piece of the business. Some of these investors have put $67.1 million into the company, which has also helped it make its investments and buy other companies, which it has also done. 5. Saleshub Japan. Size ranges from 1-to 10. Founder: Manabu Eda  Saleshub Japan is a new company in Japan that was started in 2014. It is based in the city of Tokyo. In this case, the company helps people find short-term jobs with many different companies that pay them. There is a lot of work involved in finding a side job, but Saleshub Japan makes this process a lot easier for workers and businesses that need help for a short amount of time. Since the company was started, it has been very good at getting money from outside sources to help it grow and improve. There have been three rounds of funding for the company, and it has received money from four different sources. In the end, this has led to the company raising money worth 96 million yen from investors. 6. Aidemy  People who work for the company are in Hongo, Japan. Size ranges from 51-to 100. Founder: Yoshifumi Seki and Yoshitaka Okayama Aidemy is a Japanese company that was started in 2014. It is now based in Hongo. The company has an online platform that helps developers learn the complicated but increasingly essential skills needed to write programs for artificial intelligence. Such skills are becoming more critical, and learning them can lead to a great job and a lot of money. As long as Aidemy has been around, it has had five rounds of money. These rounds have brought together a group of twenty-six total investors who want to help the company. As a result, many people have helped the company raise $4.1 million, which will help the business grow and improve. 7. Sprocket Size ranges from 1-to 10. Founder: Koji Fukada and Minoru Nakata  Sprocket is a Japanese company that was started in 2014. It is now based in Setagaya. The company has an online platform that is only for customer development that can be used on the web. This platform gives businesses the most up-to-date information about digital marketing and helps them better manage their customer lists and profiles. The Sprocket has been through a lot since it was made with five startup funding rounds. Throughout these five rounds of funding, the company has been able to get money from thirteen different sources. Investors from these groups have helped the company reach $11.9 million in startup money. 8. Hikky Size ranges from 11-to 50. Founder: Yasushi Funakoshi  HIKKY is a Japanese company that was started in 2018. It is now based in Akasaka. The company lets businesses use Virtual Reality companies to set up expo events and conferences for their companies. There is an excellent chance for people who want to hold these events safely because of the COVID-19 virus. Since the company was started a few years ago, it has been able to get money to help the business grow and develop. The company got cash from a single source in a single funding round. This has given HIKKY a total of 6.5 billion yen. 9. Voice Ping  Japan’s headquarters are in Tokyo, which is in Japan. Size ranges from 11-to 50. Founder: Akinori Nakajima   Voice Ping is a new Japanese company that was started in 2019. It is based in Tokyo, Japan. The company provides a virtual office environment for teams that work from home. This allows for instant audio communication, translation, and transcription in real-time, which improves the efficiency of groups that work from home. When Voice Ping was around, the company only had one startup funding round. Two investors were involved in this round of funding. The company was able to get $2 million in financing after this round of funding. 10. Kyoto Fusioneering There is an office in Kyoto, Japan, where they do their work Size ranges from 1-to 10. Founder: Richard Pearson and Taka Nagao    It is a Japanese company called Kyoto Fusioneering, and it was started in 2019. It is based in Kyoto, which is where its name comes from. When fusion reactors, the next step in energy generation technology, need parts, the company makes money. Because of this, the company is helping people use and create energy in a new way. Since the company was started, it has already received a lot of money for startup costs. Two people have invested in the company through three rounds of startup funding. This has helped the business raise 341.3 Million Yen in the short time around. 11. Linc’well Japan’s headquarters are in Tokyo, which is in Japan. Size ranges from 1-to 10. Founders: Kazuma Kaneko and Yamamoto Ryosuke  Linc’well is a new company in Japan that was started in 2018. It is based in Tokyo. The company is a healthcare startup that sells SaaS solutions to the medical industry to make the sector more efficient through cutting-edge tech. This is especially important because the COVID-19 pandemic is still putting a lot of strain on health care services worldwide. This is the second time the company has had money from investors since it started. Five investors helped the company get money through these two rounds. As a result, the company has now raised 8.4 billion yen, which will help the business grow even more in the future. 12. Good vibes Only Size ranges from 11-to 50. Founder: Aoki and Tanaka    Tanaakk is a Japanese company that was started in 2013. It is now based in Tokyo. The company provides growth-as-a-service solutions and equity financing services backed by law firms to help global technology startups grow and secure their legal standing concerning equity. This helps them become more successful. Since Tanaakk was started, it has had four different rounds of startup funding. During these funding rounds, the company has been able to get money from two various sources. However, it should be pointed out that the company has also been very good at buying other businesses, and the $2.8 million it got from investors is likely to have helped. 14. INNOPHYS Size ranges from 11-to 50. Founder: Hiroshi Kobayashi   INNOPHYS is a Japanese company that started in 2013 and is now based in Tokyo. Exoskeleton robotic technology allows the wearer to do heavy-duty work with less risk of getting hurt. This business is behind the design, manufacturing, and deployment of this technology. This solution can help people in many different industries, and it’s cheaper than other options. As of now, the company has had five rounds of startup funding since it was founded. A lot of people have invested in the company through these rounds. Twenty-nine people have put their money into the company. The company has raised $44.3 million in funding because of this. 15. Tsukulink  Size ranges from 11-to 50. Founder: Allan Yumoto, Hiroyuki Kasai, and Tatsuo Uchiyama  Tsukulink is a company in Japan that was started in 2013. It is now based in Tokyo. The company gives construction workers in the country a place to find work. The way it works is that the platform connects businesses with the best people for their available jobs. This helps enterprises fill positions faster while also giving workers more opportunities. Following its founding, the company has had four funding rounds from startup funds. Because of this, Tsukulink has attracted the attention of eleven investors who have agreed to help the business. This has led to the company getting funding worth 114.7 Million Yen. Size ranges from 11-to 50. Founder: Tateishi Tsuyoshi SpeakBuddy is a Japanese company that started in 2013 and is now based in Tokyo. It helps people learn new languages. The company helps people understand the English language through the web or by using the company’s app. An excellent way to learn English can help people get jobs in the future. There have been many rounds of funding for SpeakBuddy, with the business going through seven rounds in the time it’s been in business. As a result of these funding rounds, the company has been able to get support from eleven different investors. These investors have given the industry 760.4 Million Yen in money. 17. Pathee  Japan’s headquarters are in Tokyo, which is in Japan. Size ranges from 11-to 50. Founded: Makoto Hirose and Terada Shinsuke. Pathee is a Japanese company that was started in 2012. It is now based in Tokyo, Japan. The business itself runs a search engine that finds specific information for its users, starting with where they are right now. This helps give them more relevant results for what they are looking for. Pathee has had a good time getting money from other people. The company has been backed by eleven investors in four rounds of funding. The company has raised $9.7 million since it was founded because these investors have pooled their money. 18. AccuRNA Japan’s headquarters are in Tokyo, which is in Japan. Size ranges from 1-to 10. Founder: Shiro Akinaga  AccuRNA is a company in Japan that started in 2015 and is now based in Tokyo, Japan. It was created by a group of people who wanted to know more about RNA. The company is working on a new drug delivery system that uses nucleic acid therapeutics to help people who have recalcitrant diseases worldwide get better faster and more quickly. Since the company was started, it has had three rounds of startup money. From these rounds, four investors have given cash to AccuRNA. This has helped the company raise $7 million since it was started. 19. Coiney Japan’s headquarters are in Tokyo, which is in Japan. Size ranges from 11-to 50. Founder: Naoko Samata, Shinnosuke Io, and Yusuke Sato    Coiney is a Japanese company that was started in 2012. It is now based in Tokyo, Japan. If a customer has a smartphone, they can use it to pay for things with a credit card. This makes it easier for people to pay, making it easier for businesses to make money from that. Almost a decade ago, Coiney was started. Since then, it has had five rounds of startup money. It has been able to get the attention of ten investors because of the funding rounds it has done. From these investors, the company has raised $23.2 million in startup money. 20. Smiloops  Japan’s headquarters are in Tokyo, which is in Japan. Size ranges from 1-to 10. Founder: Nakako Takuya  Smiloops is a Japanese company that was started in 2012. It is now based in Tokyo, Japan. The business makes money by planning, building, and operating services on the internet. This is how it makes money. As long as the company has been around, it has been through two rounds of startup money. These two funding rounds have helped the company get two investors to back them. These investors have given the company $5.4 million in startup money. edited and proofread  by nikita sharma Share this:

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  • When was primeNumber founded?

    primeNumber was founded in 2015.

  • Where is primeNumber's headquarters?

    primeNumber's headquarters is located at Toshin Meguro Building 7F, Tokyo.

  • What is primeNumber's latest funding round?

    primeNumber's latest funding round is Series B - II.

  • How much did primeNumber raise?

    primeNumber raised a total of $12.62M.

  • Who are the investors of primeNumber?

    Investors of primeNumber include Salesforce Ventures, Daiwa Corporate Investment, SMBC Venture Capital, SBI Investment, Coral Capital and 3 more.

  • Who are primeNumber's competitors?

    Competitors of primeNumber include CData Software and 3 more.

  • What products does primeNumber offer?

    primeNumber's products include trocco and 1 more.

  • Who are primeNumber's customers?

    Customers of primeNumber include Mercari, Inc., Sansan, Inc. and PIP CO., LTD..

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