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株式会社ネットストラテジー代表取締役社長 大前研一氏主宰 ビジネス・ブレークスルー大学教授

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1987年 (東京大学経済学部卒)日本興業銀行入行。国際業務・投資銀行業務のマネージャー
1999年 NTTドコモに転職。imodeの成長戦略プロジェクトのコアメンバーとして戦略を策定。アライアンス推進部長としておサイフケータイの普及の責任者をつとめるとともに楽天、電通、三井住友カード、コカコーラ、フジテレビ、日本テレビ、ローソン、ファミリーマートなどNTTドコモの企業提携アライアンスを行った。
またベンチャーキャピタル子会社のドコモドットコム取締役を兼務し数多くのベンチャー企業への投資を行い、3年間で10社が上場100億円以上の利益(含む含み益)をもたらす。ドコモドットコム取締役、楽天オークション取締役、タワーレコード取締役を兼務。
2006年 米国ハーバードビジネススクールやMITの教授とともに戦略系コンサルティング会社米国MPDに参画。CAモバイル専務。沖縄大学大学院非常勤講師(現任)を務める。
2007年(株)ネットストラテジーをハーバードビジネススクール準教授Hagiu博士と日本に設立。代表取締役社長に就任。数多くの企業の顧問や社外役員を務める一方、Hagiu博士とともにプラットフォーム戦略論に基づき、大企業向けインターネットモバイル戦略コンサルティング、ベンチャー企業のインキュベーション投資、M&A戦略の構築とアドバイザリーなどを行っている。
2009年 ビジネス・ブレークスルー大学教授に就任(文部科学省認可)
著書にアマゾン1位になった アライアンス仕事術 プラットフォーム戦略 新・プラットフォーム思考など多数

Andrei Hagiu(アンドレイ ハギウ)  Co-Founder  Managing Patner  兼 Harvard Business School Associate Professor
フランス国立理工科大学(Ecole Polytechnique)にて経済学士、修士を取得。
米プリンストン大学にて博士号(経済学)
1999年 仏経済金融産業省のアジア担当財務部
2000年 National Economics Research Associates コンサルタント
2004年 RIETI(独立行政法人経済産業研究所)
2005年より弱冠26歳でハーバードビジネススクール戦略ユニット準教授
2007年より(株)ネットストラテジー社マネージングパートナー、
米ハーバードビジネススクール準教授
近著に「Invisible Engines」 MIT Press.2006


  Carl Atsushi Hirano, Co-Founder, President and CEOWidely known as the mastermind behind NTT DoCoMo’s i-mode technology, Carl was Managing Director of at NTT DoCoMo.com, Inc. and the head of i-mode’s Strategic Alliances, NTTDoCoMo until late 2006. While at DoCoMo, he spearheaded i-mode’s entry expansion into the mobile commerce and mobile payments business. He and created a number of creative alliances with leading Japanese companies and formulated their and created mobile strategiesy for them including : Sony, JR East, Dentsu, Coca-Cola, MacDonald’s, Rakuten, Mitsui-Sumitomo Bbank and Ccredit Ccard, Mizuho Bbank, JCB, AEON, Seven Eleven ,Lawson, Familly Mmart, Aam/Ppm, Fuji Television, Nippon Television, Sony Computer Entertainment, Tower Records Japan etc.
While with NTT DoCoMo as Managing Director, Carl made investments in mobile-related venture companies, including Access, Acrodea, Aplix, HI, Faith, Bandai Networks, Picsel Technology, most of which conducted successful IPOs.
He was also NTT DoCoMo’s pitchman for establishing joint ventures such as FeliCa Networks, D2Communicaiton, mobile advertising companies and Coca-Cola’s C-mode service. 
He Carl is regularly is invited as key note speaker from at various international conferences, including ITU Asia, Mobile Commerce Summit, Card Technology, Communicasia, Harvard Asian Business Conference, Mobile Marketing Conference Europe etc. He was and featheured in many prominent media, including Business Week, Asian Wall Street Journal, major Japanese TV news, etc.
He also serves as a Senior Advisor to Market Platform Dynamics (MPD) and a visiting professor of the Graduate School of Okinawa, guest speaker at Harvard Business School..…
While he was in DoCoMo.com as Managing Director, he made investment to mobile irelated venture companies including Access, Acrodea, Aplix, HI, Faith, Bandai Networks, Picsel Technology and most of them successfully listed or IPO.
He was the pitchman for establishing joint venture such as FeliCa Networks, D2Communicaiton, mobile advertisement company and C-mode service with Coca-cola.
Prior to joining DoCoMo, Carl was an executive at the Investment Banking Division of the Industrial Bank of Japan, Ltd., currently merged to with Mizuho Corporate Bank.
Carl was born in the United States and received his B.A. from the University of Tokyo.

Andrei Hagiu  Co-Founder, Co-Founder Managing Partner

 Andrei Hagiu is a Managing Partner at NetStrategy, Inc. and Assistant Professor of Strategy in the Strategy group at Harvard Business School (he assumed the latter position when he was 27 years-old)..
Andrei becomes Assistant Professor of HBS at his 26years oldAndrei is an expert in strategies for multi-sided platform and intermediary and is an expert businesses, with a strategist with a focus on the software Internet, mobile, software and and payments platformssectors, in the US, Europe, China and Japan. He has a deep expertise and knowledge of product roll outs involving new technologies that intersect both spaces, including emerging mobile and online payment technologies, and their adoption in the Japanese and Chinese markets. 

 He is also a research fellow at the Research Institute of Economy Trade and Industry, an economic think-tank affiliated with the Japanese Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry, Tokyo, Japan.
This OctoberIn November 2006, Andrei published the book, a ground-breaking book, Invisible Engines: How Software Platforms Drive Innovation and Transform Industries (MIT Press, co-authored with , 2006) (with co-authors David. S. Evans and& Richard. Schmalensee). The book relies on the authors’ work with reveals findings from his experiences working with some of the most world’s most successful software businesses engines of all time to draw fundamental strategy lessons about how and the lessons to be learned from them, in particular, how emerging and established software platforms can be used to transform today’s IT landscapecan transform cool technologies into profitable fixtures in today’s global economy.
Andrei’s client work focuses heavily on successful strategies for businesses operating in two-sided markets. Most recently he built a theoretical model for studying pricing structures and the organization of two-sided platforms. He Andrei is currently applying the insights drawn from his research on multi-sided markets this formal work to the analysis of market structure and business strategies in a variety of industries: personal computers, videogames, consumer electronics (mobile phones, PDAs), shopping malls, digital content, etc.
Andrei graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et Administration Economique in France with an M.S. in Economics and Statistics. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University