We are a boutique start up firm, that is excited to be working with you. We look forward to supporting you in the way that suits you best.
Here is our team:
Originally from Portsmouth, England, Jason graduated from the University of Hertfordshire’s Business School in 1997 with a BA (Hons) in International Business with Languages. He flew to Japan two weeks later to further his studies in Martial Arts and the Japanese language. Following three years working on the JET Programme in Nagano, he started his career in recruitment at an international search firm in Tokyo in the summer of 2000.
Jason has developed a strong, trusted network into the Japanese Technology market over the years and deeply values the relationships he has formed. He looks to develop these relationships for the long term and maintains an active interest to support the people within his network.He is an objective thinker that aims for the win: win and is direct in his approach to get there.
When not working, Jason can be found training in the dojo, wine-tasting with friends, or trying his hand at some new exotic curry recipe in the kitchen whilst enjoying the ambience of mood inspiring music in the background.
Daniel is originally from Christchurch, New Zealand where from a young age he developed a keen interest in travel, music and exercise. Daniel discovered his love of Japan when he visited the country during his teenage years, and so upon completion of a science degree at Canterbury University in 2007 Daniel left his homeland to start his new life in Japan.
Daniel has enjoyed immersing himself into the rich culture of Japan and has continued to pursue his passions of travel, music and excersise. He continues to study Japanese martial arts, music and language and holds certifications in all of them.
Daniel’s recruiting experience has always been within the IT industry where he feels he is able to add the most value to both his clients and candidates. What he gets most from recruiting is the feeling of being about to facilitate something that may not have otherwise been possible. “It’s all about helping to open up new doors for companies looking to expand and people who hope to advance themselves”.
When he is not working, Daniel can be found strumming his guitar, practising in the dojo or learning some new Japanese saying that he can add to his robust vocabulary.”